Futureproofing Home Design: Builders’ Breakfast Webinar (April 2021)
Often the thought of future proofing a home is one-dimensional, focused on technology alone, but this presentation will cover the many aspects of how to make sure that a home will continue to work for the long run, and how its design plays a major role in ensuring that. Sarah Gallop, RID has an approach to design that makes sure that homes stay timeless, and she will share with you how to future proof the design of a home, taking into consideration trends, technology, step code, energy, and family changes.
In this seminar, you can expect to learn how to guide and advise your clients on…
• How to incorporate design trends of the moment, without dating the home for the future.
• The dos and don’ts of home integration and why not to go over-board on home technology.
• How to consider energy efficiency requirements of the future into home plans for today.
• Ideas for home evolution through all stages of family change in age, care, and capability.
Sarah Gallop, Director of Design, Sarah Gallop Design Inc. (SGDI)
As the founder of SGDI, Sarah loves working with homeowners and uncovering things that will truly make their spaces unique. She is experienced in designing custom spaces of any size, from 1000 sqft to over 15,000 sqft. Hundreds of projects completed and underway, throughout Greater Vancouver, the province, and at international reaches, contribute to a portfolio illustrating Sarah’s depth of knowledge in home planning, design, and construction.
Since 2009 the SGDI team has won many CHBABC Georgie Awards, HAVAN Awards, IDIBC Shine Awards, and NKBA Awards. Sarah’s expertise and dedication to the client experience, along with her proven capacity to improve quality of life through dynamic home design, has created a high demand for Sarah Gallop Design Inc. amongst homeowners in the Vancouver area.
Sarah was a commissioner with the Delta Heritage Advisory Commission for 8 years and currently is a member of the Board for the Delta Hospital and Community Health Foundation. She is a
professional member of the Interior Designers Institute of BC and has passed the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) to hold the title of Registered Interior Designer (RID).