At Fuse Living we create spaces that allow you to live in a healthy home that is functional, beautiful, and long lasting. All of our designs are developed to a sustainable Green Building program with our residents, clients, and communities in mind. We believe that a home should be a place of security. A place to create memories. A place to feel comfortable in. And most importantly a place where you are most uniquely you.
Sustainable design begins with a recognition that our natural world is paramount to our well-being. We are invested in all aspects of design and we consider the many facets that go into creating a space where you can feel truly at home.
We were thrilled the theme of ICONIC HAUS is MOD-iterranean, as this perfectly captures all our inspirations. A nod to history, raw materials and handmade, while looking fresh and rich with pattern. The nod to handmade and raw materials encapsulates all that we embody with striving to produce non-toxic interior solutions through and through. Bringing in a fresh new take on history’s most well-thought visions is simply where Shannon finds herself feeling most complete in a space.
Cheers to MOD-iterranean coming to life!
Shannon Harris started her career in interior design at a furniture boutique and full-service design firm in Cherry Creek of Denver, Colorado. There, she worked on high-end residential homes and smaller commercial spaces for clients throughout the city. Since then, Shannon has envisioned and co-founded a residential development firm, Fuse Living. With a few new construction developments under her belt, she decided to open a second branch of the company, offering full service interior design packages to both residential clients, as well as other developers, builders and architects.
The passion that drives Shannon is human health and sustainability. She is a certified GREENleader (certification from SFI, Sustainable Furnishings Council) and a Green Associate (certification from USGBC, United States Green Building Council), incorporating sustainability measures like energy savings and healthy indoor air quality into the Fuse Living projects. She also studies topics of environmental psychology: the relationship between humans and our built environment. She believes that, in our fast-paced and technological world, it is of utmost importance to offset the negative effects that come from technology by creating spaces and homes that allow for brain restoration and a sense of place.
Shannon’s key roles include project visions, design implementation, general project oversight, general contractor coordination and design team coordination. Shannon has a love for people and a passion for smart, beautiful, practical and innovative design. She gives people a more positive experience living in their homes in hopes to set her residents up for success in their lives.
“The home should be the treasure chest of living.” — Le Corbusier
Photos by Paul Moore
We hope you enjoyed a few quiet moments of "Living Beautifully," gazing through our VIRTUAL ICONIC HAUS, which was originally designed as an 18-day luxury designer showhouse tour as a fundraiser for The Heart Center at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. If you feel inspired, you can support PCH here.