14th September 2018 | IN HEALTHCARE & WELLNESS | BY SBID ShareTweetPinterestLinkedInFor our series following wellness in interiors, SBID spoke with Interior Architect and Creative Director, Ann-marie Weekes, who’s extensive 17-year career in Interior Design and Architecture saw her amongst William Russell’s Architectural team designing Alexander McQueen’s international boutiques; working on multi-million pound projects from M&S’s environmentally sustainable flagship store in Cheshire Oaks, to Dunhill’s grade 2 listed Bourdon House in Mayfair. She also works very closely with the Orassy in London, who have an Integrative Medical Doctor and health practitioners who seek to understand the complex nature of ill health, whether it be mental, physical, emotional or environmental. With experience in both the interiors and the wellness sectors, Ann-marie shared her thoughtful perspective on introducing concepts of wellness and interior wellbeing into the designs of our homes to in turn, help us improve and remove toxicity from our modern day lifestyles. . . Sorry! Your post preview finishes here. Want to keep reading? Not a member? Join now. If you’re already a member, sign in to continue reading.