Since 1983, CAMA has made people the priority in each project, ensuring all can thrive and flourish in the places they live, learn, work, play and heal. By practicing a seamless weave of research, team leadership, consulting, prototyping, and interior design, we imagine and create environments and experiences that empower wellbeing.
CAMA is a health design lab, studio, and collection that has spearheaded the evidence-based design movement.
Innovation and great design starts with deep thinking. We integrate many strains of research to inspire new ideas.
Our Studio provides full interior design services that utilize evidence-based design best practices to improve experiences and outcomes in our client's environments. We have designed beautiful, calming spaces across industries for over 30 years. Services are customizable and can be integrated with the offerings of our Design Lab.
Synthesis & Storytelling
In 2015, CAMA formed CAMA Collection LLC. after struggling to find products that could bring the human dimension into a design space. The CAMA Collection aims to enable the full development of interior environments that support health and wellbeing by creating solutions for the pressing gaps in the health and wellness market. Based on the intelligence we have gathered during our illustrious tenure, we help enunciate and develop products by working with handpicked manufacturers, artisans and publishers who share our values.
Design & Implementation
CAMA is actively engaged in professional development both locally and nationally: locally, through high school shadow programs, college internships, graduate level fellowships, and work with New Haven based non-profits, and, nationally, through board-level participation within our professional society, ASID, and The Center for Health Design. At CAMA, we are a for-profit firm with a social consciousness.
Education & Speaking Engagements
CAMA is dedicated to advancing the movement around wellness and our environments. We question how our environments can better function for whom they serve, and find new ways to leverage research to inform our design decisions. We believe that fostering awareness through publications, teaching, and lecturing is essential to transform design practices and processes.