Ryan - Creative Living
Every client’s needs and requirements are different from others, so consulting with a client before the designing part is necessary because we can understand the client’s perspective and exchange the importation information. The initial stage is to identify the client’s needs and perspective; after that, analyse the space and furniture equipment requirements based on the construction area. Consulting before the interior design must understand the client’s requirement and the market availability for furniture, colour, electric equipment, etc.
According to the given client’s requirements, we design the space layout and furniture design in the designing phase. Next is to designed patterns after clearance considered to be applied on the floor plan; after that comes the rough sketches and 3d creation part and implementation of new ideas about furniture design, colour combination, space management and then presented to the client for the final interior designing review and revision.
After the approval of the given design, the designer develops the floor plans, elevations, and other things related to big details. Colours, finishing, furniture, and all the required equipment are selected, and estimate the cost and prepare for the final client’s approval. When the process is done, we design the teaching aspects and stages to prepare a fully furnished project technical phase pack for the project. It includes refurbishment and all the details for the development part.
In the starting phase, the interior design details of the work created in document form. This documentation includes the work specification, the final selection of the floors and the paint, lighting plans and texture selection, plumbing location, and electric layout to conclude the complete work which should be done.
The last process of the project one’s all the planning, sketching, and meetings have done, we finally begin with the construction process. We create the concept of a picture into a real thing. This process can take much time, depending on the work. The designer works more onsite during the installation to analyse and ensure furniture all the materials are received in good condition and managing the installation process should be done properly and ensure the documentation have been followed accurately as needed.