Explore The Intersection Of Wellness And Design With Luxe


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It’s time to examine the future of wellness at home, and Luxe Interiors + Design is leading the charge.

Exploring innovative solutions and inspirational spaces through multi-channel storytelling and events, Luxe’s new Wellness by Design pillar spotlights conversations with, and insights from, leading voices and brands within this booming residential sector.

The effort kicks off Oct. 26 with the brand’s inaugural Living Well summit at the Sunset Marquis in West Hollywood, California. Open to members of the architecture and design industry, the intimate conference will spotlight speakers who will tap into wellness topics across four key buckets: Rest, Nourish, Create and Transform. Subjects include sleep, landscape design, kitchen design, color, regenerative design, spacial planning and more. (Secure tickets here before sales close Oct. 14.)

Speakers include wellness journalist and New York Times besetting author Max Lugavere; renowned sleep researcher and cognitive neuroscientist Dr. Sara C. Mednic; co-founder and design director at Parsons School of Design Healthy Materials Lab Jonsara Ruth; Vera Iconic Architecture senior designer Blair Costello; co-founders of the Well-Designed initiative Caleb Anderson and DeAndre DeVane; and innovative brand leader Edward Leaman with celebrated designer Jeremiah Brent. Title sponsors for the summit are: Benjamin Moore, California Closets and Signature Kitchen Suite.

In addition, Luxe’s November/December issues will offer readers a deeper look at wellness trends, from biophilia and architecture, to residential spaces dedicated to helping homeowners find a sense of center—be it through meditation rooms, mindful kitchens, soaking tubs or zen gardens.

Select stories, too, will be featured within Luxe’s “Happy Healthy Home,” launching on LuxeSource.com Nov. 14. Exploring the best in inspired living, the digital package will spotlight interviews, rooms and videos that further propel the discussion and education around the $134 billion wellness-focused design industry.

Plus, be on the lookout for Luxe’s new Wellness Channel, debuting on DesignTV by SANDOW this fall. The video distribution platform will feature exclusive wellness-themed programming that highlights takeaways from some of the leading names in the business.

“Wellness in design has never been more important, and it represents so many ideas to so many different people,” says Luxe Editor in Chief Pamela Jaccarino. “We are excited to lead the conversation around creating a happier, healthier, and more regenerative world.”

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For more information on the Living Well Summit and tickets, please visit the event page.