Designed for people who struggle from mental illness and autism, Tarshaw was inspired by the challenges of the social stigma surrounding mental health. Following 6 key design principles, the design encourages a safe and reimagined space for people to seek help and engage in conversation.
Studying a major in interior design with minors in architecture and communications, Chloe believes that design is for the people. For as long as she can remember she has been a creative person, always having a paint brush or pencil in hand. Creating and designing has brought her happiness and has led her to where she is today. Becoming a designer allows her to develop inspiring spaces that can bring a positive impact on the people that use them.