The Missing Link in Green Building Design


Sacred Design has a positive impact on employees, productivity, and business relationships.

ALLENTOWN, Pa., Nov. 6 /PRNewswire/ — Eco-friendly efforts have fueled the rise in green building. But despite positive results, many projects have become so technically-focused that they’ve missed an essential element of the process — Sacred Design.

Sacred Design addresses people’s inner need for balance and comfort. It integrates shapes, proportions, color, light, nature and other structural and elemental components in ways that create buildings and interior spaces where people feel peaceful, safe and content. As a result, employees, residents and visitors are happier and more productive.

And the building industry is taking notice:

  • The October 25, 2007, episode of “Extreme Makeover Home Edition” demonstrated the beauty and power of Sacred Design and green building with a makeover of a Native American home.
  • The Florida Atlantic University (FAU) Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing, which was awarded the coveted LEED(R) Gold certification from the US Green Building Council in October, incorporated Feng Shui and holistic design principles into all aspects of planning and development to create a supportive environment for self-care, healing, meditation, working and studying.

These projects and others like them demonstrate that Sacred Design is moving into the mainstream.

“Sacred process taps our inner need for balance, peace and comfort, all of which are critical for a business to flourish,” says
Carol Cannon, a Sacred Design expert, environmental building consultant, and member of the FAU College of Nursing design team. “Visitors to the Lynn College of Nursing consistently comment on how good the space makes them feel. These healthy buildings foster a sense of well being that translates to greater productivity, better employee relationships and smoother client interactions.” Carol Cannon is available to discuss Sacred Design, environmental building construction, Bau-Biologie and Feng Shui. To contact her, call 866-336-7484 or visit:

About Carol Cannon

Carol Cannon is a noted Sacred Design and environmental building expert and teacher, and the founder of the Carol Cannon Group. She is featured regularly on local, national and international television and radio shows, and in numerous newspapers and magazines. Prior to becoming an environment design and certified Bau-biologie(TM) consultant, she was VP of Commercial Real Estate Appraisal at Chase Manhattan Bank.About LEED(R)

LEED stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and is the nationally accepted benchmark for high performance green buildings.

SOURCE Carol Cannon Group

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