(PRWEB) July 18, 2005
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Austin, Texas Architecture and interior design firm, Laura Britt Design, was chosen to design the Cooking Light Fit House located in the Spanish Oaks subdivision of Austin, Texas. Laura Britt Design is committed to using sustainable design, earth-friendly products, and to finding a healthful harmonious balance between our built environment and nature.
Laura Britt Design often uses local artists and artisans as well as local materials. In the Cooking Light Fithouse, the firm drew upon the Austin art scene to add the final impact. Austin artists and artisans used in the design included Shanny Lott, Susan Tharinger Cahill, Sean Camp, Art on 5th, Elliot Hubbard, Monica Araoz, Aimee Perrine, Stanley Architects and Artisans, Deborah and Chip DuPont, Hank Waddell, Linda Dumont, Todd A. Van Duren, Kim Gaul, Kathy Womack, David Coddair, Marla Henderson, Kent Samuelson and Vol Montgomery.
The FitHouse is a house sponsored by Cooking Light magazine, which focuses on healthy living and a fit lifestyle. In the July issue, Laura also offers several tips on how people can achieve sustainable design on their own and create their own healthful space.
ÂThere are many ways one can create an inviting space without having a negative effect on the environmentÂ, says Britt. ÂChoose paint with low VOCÂs. Use natural materials such as wool, cotton and wood. Specify recycled products such as solid surfaces made from recycled paper and glass.Â
With both a B.S. in Interior Design and a Masters degree in Architecture, Laura Britt expertly bridges the creative and technical aspects of interior design and architecture. The Laura Britt Design team combines international travel and multi-cultural backgrounds to provide dynamic, diversified full service design.
Contact: Laura Britt