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When designers are faced with a job, they are taught that concepts will always benefit them when designing a space. A design concept is a collection of things that embody or express the requirements of the space or company that the design is specific to. It is different than just an idea, where ideas only talk about certain requirements, and concepts cover all bases.
Interior design is a very important aspect related to architecture. As its main focus is the interior of a space, it must make the buildings design both functional and aesthetically pleasing all at the same time. As designers it is key to design a space that is safe, comfortable, and visually pleasing.
Some things are more than what they seem.
Residential is interior spaces in which people live. Designs can be done for places including: homes, condominiums, apartments etc. The primary function of a home is where people live, therefore the designers focus is making the space comfortable and functional.
The design of a retail space is important for the consumer’s experience. Designers aim to create a positive experience when designing the storefront, displays and the overall interior of the space. Retail design is closely connected with the company’s branding and marketing strategy, which the designer always keeps in mind.
Corporate design is the layout of a large or small office space. In this field designers especially keep in mind the productivity and collaboration that will constantly take place in this space and apply it to their designs
Designing for a healthcare environment such as hospitals and clinics is a lot different than other fields of design. Those who are certified in this design field have to take into consideration the health, safety, and well being of patients and staff because of the length of time that can be spent in these facilities.
Hospitality design includes, restaurants, hotels, cafés, bars etc. The mood and style of the designs are an important part for not only the design but also the financial aspect. Usually blending functionality and luxury, designers keep this in mind when space planning.
We pride ourselves in our work because it is at the very core of what we do. We take the extra mile.