Anne-Flore P. Dwyer is a licensed Architect in California, completing her Bachelors in Architecture degree at the University of Southern California and founding Ecosense Designs in 2009. With a focus on integrating three essential pillars into all aspects of their design and planning. These guide their design to improve the homes and communities that we live in as they relate to the natural environment and human physical and emotive needs.
Sustainable: With a responsibility to design/construct buildings which respect the natural environment. Through careful selection of materials, capturing beneficial impacts of natural resources and incorporation of efficient systems we strive to create buildings which will have a neutral impact on the natural environment and its resources. As we look to the future they believe that it is critical to implement creative solutions in order to develop buildings and communities which can be sustained. They aim to identify ways to create regenerative buildings which minimize the building's footprint on our planet and its resources.
Resilient: As climates change, and are predicted to become more volatile and extreme, it is critical to assess local conditions and corresponding use of materials, design and construction techniques that will not only withstand the impacts of the changing natural world, but create safe and comfortable spaces in which to thrive.
Holistic: Designing spaces to improve peoples' daily lives through the spaces they inhabit. Focus on efficient space design as well as incorporation of healthy materials for wholesome spac