Astrid Design Studio integrates sustainability without compromising luxury and beauty.
Rooted in reverence for the natural world; driven by design, integrity, culture and place.
We are devoted to inspiring people to live and work better.
Principal, N. Astrid Lindo is a Colombian born artist, writer and entrepreneur. Trained as an interior designer at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, she holds Certificates in Green Building [Sonoma State] and Permaculture. In 2006, she received her LEED accreditation.
Having launched Astrid Design Studio in 2008, she hones her talent in being able to intuitively curate and design interiors that highlight her client's sensibilities, needs and desires.
Astrid's 19 years in the industry and her constant thirst for knowledge in all cutting-edge technologies and practices, enriches her as a designer and writer. These elements provide an understanding and application of the nuances that distinguish her in her trade.
Her distinctive competence and inspiration lies in being bi-lingual and in her training in Spain, Italy, New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Miami Beach.
Her broad education, experience and travels have provided her with a profound understanding of culture and aesthetic, facilitating an innate capacity in interior and lifestyle design.
In 2012, Astrid was chosen as one of ten Influential Women in Cleantech: Top 10 Women of Sustainability.
With education being at the core of all change, she strongly believes that in continuing to cultivate herself and share that knowledge, she can help facilitate inspiration, thought and ultimately positive change.
In 2017 Astrid launched her first retail shop, Astrid Design Home, in downtown Point Reyes Station, CA. It is a curated selection of objets d', art, vintage home goods, decor, accessories and small furnishings. One will find enticing pieces, from all over the globe, spanning many eras. Astrid is currently studying antique appraising through the revered Ashford Institute of Antiques.
Astrid is accepting projects in the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York City, Colombia, Asheville and Miami.