Indigo Arrows Design Studio
Indigo Arrows is an Indigenous led design studio based in Manitoba.
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The Indigo Arrows Design Studio take a critical look at the representation of Indigenous cultures within the built environment. Seymour specializes in the design of Indigenous spaces. Her approach is anchored by community consultations; her designs are informed by local history, current realities, and the needs of future generations; and, her innovative finishes push her clients' spaces ahead of their regional competitors. Her design mission is to respectfully reflect local Indigenous cultures & identity within architectural forms, interior spaces, furniture, and textiles. This design process acknowledges community engagement, inclusiveness, and collaboration when creating new works.
Robust △ Competitive △ Indigenous
B.A., M.I.D., LEED AP
Destiny Seymour (Anishinaabe) holds a Master of Interior Design degree from the University of Manitoba and has 15-plus years of interior design experience under her belt. Seymour is a member of Peguis First Nation. She lives in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and works on both sides of the Canada/US border.
Elder & Project Design Support
Destiny incorporates language and cultural knowledge support from her father, Valdie Seymour. Through ceremony, Valdie helps guide the designs of textile patterns and use of Anishinaabemowin when naming new designs. New patterns are inspired by stories, history and language. Valdie also helps with architectural projects by leading community design consultations.
For inquiries regarding Indigenous design consultation, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org