Group launches green division

The Jennifer Adams Design Group recently announced the launch of a new division, which will focus on sustainable projects.

The Del Mar-based interior design firm appointed LEED accredited interior designer Julie Pierce, the firm’s Northwestern Division Manager, to head the division.

“It is our responsibility as designers to be on the cutting edge of trends as well as customer demand,” Jennifer Adams said. “Being sustainable, responsible and designing smarter, more efficient spaces is in high demand.”

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