September is Sustainability month and while sustainability is a complex area, making sure that your home runs off greener energy, is properly insulated, and its fittings and furniture are ethically sourced is a good place to start. Swapping energy providers to one that runs off renewable energy, reducing draught, moving to LED lighting, upcycling furniture and sourcing environmentally-friendly materials all contribute to making your home a more sustainable place to live. Simone Suss, experienced interior designer and head of Studio Suss, renowned for its timeless aesthetic and sustainable approach to design, joins us to share her perspective on creating beautiful homes that stand apart thanks to natural materials and sustainable procedures.
About Simone Suss
Simone Suss, founder, Studio Suss, is principal to the design industry’s sustainability strategy through her work at the British Institute of Interior Design (BIID), and the Construction Industry Council Climate Change Committee (CIC). She is also a founding signatory of Interior Design Declares, where she collaborates with colleagues to set the interior design industry’s sustainability agenda and long-term strategy.
Simone Suss trained at Central St Martins College of Art and Design, the Chelsea School of Art and Design and the Inchbald School of Design. She is an alumnus of the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.