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Tricia Striano Inc

Designed to Develop

BUILDINGS: DEVELOP LIKE A BABY

Watch a baby crawl. Research shows that movement and independent locomotion broaden the mind (1). Moving to the right environment is key to health, happiness and productivity. I see home design and real estate through the eyes of a developing baby. As part of the Powers Team at Trig Realty.com in NYC I apply a developmental-neuroscience approach to holistic real estate, living and design.  I also bring a developmental, cognitive, neuroscience research edge to interior designers, brokers, architects and builders. Even babies know that movement is key to development – If it’s time to develop, do it like a baby.
(1). Campos, J., Anderson, D., Barbu-Roth, M., Hubbard, E., Herterstein, M. & Witherington, D. (2000). Travel Broadens the Mind. Infancy, 149-219.
Looking 2 (2009). Pablo Rochat. Price upon request