The initial stage of the project involves consultation with our clients to create a brief. We detail the main requirements, preferences and wishes, and put together an outline budget based on this brief.
Concept planning ↓↑
This stage incorporates identification of zones within the premises, according to their function and the client’s aesthetic requirements for the space. This 2nd phase of the design process includes:
Taking measurements and photographs of the space/object, and formation of a measurement plan
Plans for taking down and/or installing any partitions
Further plans relating to construction work and the placement of furniture
Ensuring all materials are delivered to contractors
Concept sketches ↓↑
Key design ideas are presented in sketch form to provide a picture of the overall style and mood of the project. All primary materials are chosen and incorporated into plans for the ceiling, floor and wall elevations.
Concept resolution ↓↑
The 4th phase brings us to a detailed and complete design which is presented to the client in photo-realistic image form.
Detailed design ↓↑
A detailed plan is formulated for each specific implementation stage of the project. Sketches of interior detailing and wall elevations are provided as part of a kit for all construction works. This includes any required materials for the type of rendering approved by the client.
Statements and specifications ↓↑
During the 6th and final phase of the design stage we itemise and tabulate all working materials required. This includes:
Specification of wiring for sockets, switches etc
Specification of sanitary ware
Specifications of furniture, equipment and lighting