Ferree has also done numerous commercial and residential designs for interior and exterior spaces where sacred intentions energize a space for public or private use. At Davidson College in North Carolina she helped the college community to install and utilize a temporary outdoor labyrinth for a Horticultural Symposium.
Her installations of outdoor labyrinths also include Valle Crucis Conference Center in Valle Crucis, NC and Carpe Diem Farms in Highlands, North Carolina.
She has led numerous indoor labyrinth walks for communities such as Grace Episcopal Church in Morganton, NC, and organizations including MAHEC at Kanuga Conference Center in Hendersonville, NC.
Meditation gardens are a welcome addition to any home or public gathering place. Ferree has experience in consulting on designs and applications of meditation gardens, labyrinths, and sacred spaces. She is currently working with Mission Hospitals, Inc. in Asheville, NC on the redesign project of their two chapels. The chapel on the St Joseph's campus will include an indoor labyrinth (prayer walk).
Ferree also helps her clients to remember that sacred space can be integrated within the interior of a home, and incorporated into the overall design to create a more inspiring and creative space.