Equipped with a design sensibility that is embedded in holistic principles and practices, Cara Anderson is an Interior Designer that approaches creative problems with particular sensitivity to the driving factors of a project. A graduate of the Environmental Design program at the University of Manitoba Faculty of Architecture, she offers proficiency in delivering tailored and well-thought out solutions for clients. Cara is also driven by a philosophy of conscientiousness towards the environment as our footprint affects the overall well-being of not only the natural conditions but also our own health and productivity.


Cara's portfolio of work comprises of projects of varying typologies, including offices, health centres, residential spaces, and museums. Having practiced as an Interior Designer over the last decade, she offers an expertise honed from her experience in the development of conceptual designs and spatial plans for the specialized issues of her clients. An affable but honest interior design professional, Cara ensures that clients and their end-users receive spaces that satisfy their requirements in the most effective way possible.

Earthly Citizen

Cara is a huge proponent for the environment and the conscious conservation and preservation of its living resources. She lists 'plants and gardening' as an obsession of hers, which carries over in her experience in designing living walls in interior spaces.

Animal Farm

Perhaps following in the footsteps of Temple Grandin, Cara says that she would love to design for farm animals, 'so they don't hate their lives.'

A Proponent for Change

If you were to browse through Cara's playlist, you may be surprised to find Tupac's 'Changes' as part of her regular musical rotation.