A new design-build firm, Sensory Six, a company
focused on creating commercial and residential
living spaces “that are in harmony with
the senses” has opened in Saratoga Springs.
The company, located at 18 Division St.,
Suite 517, is the brainchild of Sandra Fox,
former owner and technology executive with
CHA, an Albany-based engineering firm.
She said Sensory Six promotes a design
style it has named 21st Century Zen, that
focuses on simplicity, luxury and health. The
style merges the use of color, texture, lighting
and art with technology, engineering and materials
to create highly functional smart spaces
that serve as both a haven and an inspiration.
She said the company is collaborating with
architects, suppliers, artists, designers and
building contractors regionally, nationally
and internationally, a network that Fox built
during her 23-year tenure in the engineering
industry and as a community activist.
“Building a new space or renovating an
older one always starts with a vision. We will
bring together teams that understand both
aesthetics and functionality and manage those
projects in a way that provides a superior
process and end result,” said Fox.
One prominent component of the firm is
its ability to source unique artistic signature
lighting, which the company will sell
separately or as part of its design services,
“We are bringing lighting to this area that
simply has not been seen before,” said Fox.
“We believe that lighting is one of the most
important components of creating extraordinary
spaces, and we want our clients to have
access to the most beautiful and innovative
Sensory Six will also focus on creating
spaces that promote health and wellness because
people spend over 90 percent of their
time indoors, said Fox.
The firm will design and build healthy
spaces through organic furnishings and materials; use of natural light; bringing nature
into the home; and incorporating the latest
technology in water, air and light therapy,
sound abatement and bacteria prevention.
Fox said there is strong demand in the category
of health and wellness, as people today
are more focused on longevity and improved
quality of life. Spas have been interested in
this area for a long time, and Fox sees the potential
to extend health and wellness concepts
to other hospitality businesses, residences,
Sensory Six is following the trend of providing
residential and commercial clients with
turn-key solutions through the increasingly
popular design-build model. Fox said the intent
of design-build firms is to create a better
client experience by providing the ability to
handle an entire project from initial design to
Additionally, Sensory Six will serve clients
who need only specific services in new builds
The company can be reached at 306-1099.
Its website is www.sensorysix.com.
Photo Courtesy Sensory Six