Senior Interior Designer, DIA
B.Design (Hons 1st Class)
“You can’t go wrong with fresh air, sunlight and connection to the outdoors. It’s the simple things that make the biggest impact.”
Jennifer Addison defines good design as design that makes a positive impact on people’s well-being. To Jennifer, good design is simple and efficient, it results in low energy requirements and it creates less waste. It results in spaces that nurture human connections and that are a pleasure to inhabit, visit or work in.
Jennifer is a senior member of ClarkeHopkinsClarke’s dedicated interior design team. She works in close collaboration with project architects, key stakeholders and specialist consultants to deliver best practice facilities for our health and aged care sector clients.
Over the past 10 years, Jennifer has worked on major new hospital projects, integrated aged care and retirement communities, schools and hospitality projects. Her diverse expertise translates into a holistic approach that considers the well-being of the end user.
Jennifer understands the nuances of good design. She is not afraid to use colour and texture, but her work has a warmth and subtlety that is driven by the philosophy that experience is more impactful than bold aesthetic statements. As a result, her designs feel authentic and considered, providing ease of use and dignity for people with disabilities, health issues, and aging requirements and effectively support staff to deliver the best service they possibly can.