At Adaptive Environments our aim is to deliver exceptional Interior Design solutions to suit our clients’ unique needs. We’re invested in every design challenge whether it’s a residential home modification or a commercial renovation, a simple upgrade or solving a unique functional challenge within a space.

We strive to stay as knowledgeable as we can be in areas such as sustainability, accessibility, universal design, and aging in place, and believe in representing the Interior Design industry with the highest degree of professionalism.  Principal designer Kirsten Marshall is an intern ARIDO member, a Certified Aging In Place Specialists (CAPS), and has her BCIN.  Additionally she will be completing the final component of the NCIDQ Certification in spring 2018, which will give her legal ability to use the title Interior Designer Internationally.


What is the NCIDQ, and why hire a Registered Interior Designer?

What is a Certified Aging In Place Specialist, CAPS?

What is a LEED Associated Professional?

What is a BCIN?

When is a building permit required?