partnering with architecture and developer practices
The elements of interior design are an important experiential component of a successful space, and the extent to which they complement architectural objectives can contribute immensely to the perception of a cohesive composition. In instances where clients decide later in a project to hire an interior designer whose vision may be incongruous with that of the existing team, a general audience to the finished project is often unable to distinguish between decisions of the two practices, even though the ideas of each may be at odds.
By engaging an interior designer with a knowledge of industry standards and procedures to work in partnership with an architecture or developer practice in the initial stages of planning, the existing project team helps ensure their intentions are conscientiously articulated; additionally, this collaboration can help reveal increased opportunities for comfort, functionality, and flexibility within a space.
+ schematic furniture layouts
+ furniture and fabric sourcing and specification
+ interior finish sourcing and specification
+ millwork design development and construction drawings
+ furniture program verification
+ client design documents and presentations
+ sample and mock-up coordination
+ showroom and manufacturer visits
+ furniture and electrical coordination
+ bid document management
+ installation punchlisting