THE WORLD NEEDS MORE TEMPLES.
NOT FOR WORSHIPPING,
BUT FOR EATING, SLEEPING, WORKING
AND MAKING LOVE.
CREATING SPACES THAT CAN
CHANGE PEOPLE'S LIVES.
For at least 17000 years, ancient wisdom has been used to change people's lives through physical spaces, building temples, sacred sites and historical monuments which connect us to a deeper intelligence. When this knowledge is brought into our spaces in creative, intuitive and
intentional ways, lasting transformation can be achieved.
Joy, abundance, and deep connection await.
Fun and easy to follow, the tips are a quick and easy way to start using principles of sacred spaces in your home straight away. These can be used on their own, as a prelude to taking bigger steps, or after a larger project to allow for continued maintenance.
A series of videos, some professionally shot, and some livestreams, rough and uncut, offer tips, advice and knowledge on the topic of sacred spaces. Turning your home into a sacred temple starts here.
Individual sessions allow people to achieve real transformation, by getting to the bottom of issues which are specific to their lives and shedding light on areas which need to be addressed. The answer to anything we would like to resolve is always found in our homes.
An experience of over 500 projects across the world left me with a unique set of skills to create spaces that can change people's lives. Get in touch to see how we can work together.
Initially a self-taught interior designer, Marc ran his own interior design studio for nearly 10 years, overseeing the completion of over 500 projects from Houston to Shanghai, Sao Paulo to Dubai, for clients like Vivienne Westwood, Marc Jacobs and L'Oreal.
in 2012, he launched the 19 greek street gallery which became a pioneering force for sustainable design in London.
His projects, as well as his private home, have been frequently lauded by top interior design press around the world.
Over the past few years, Marc has engaged on a path of transformation, developing his craft as a shaman and energy worker, leading him to develop his current Sacred Transformative Space practice.
"To the question 'Can design and spirituality go hand in hand?'
the answer is 'Definitely yes!'"