What does an interior designer do?
Interior designers are the professionals who make interior spaces (residential / commercial / etc) functional, safe, and aesthetically pleasing by determining space requirements and selecting the ideal colours, lighting, textures, furnishings and decorative materials. Interior designers are qualified professionals who understand construction and technical building documentation, and are aware of regulations, guidelines and universal accessibility standards.
What are the advantages of having an Interior Designer in the project team?
An Interior Designer will work with you to custom design the interior space to meet your brief. We look at the interior planning and flow of spaces to make sure they work for your needs. As interior designers we specialise in the specification and sourcing of all interior finishes. We take into consideration all design aspects of an interior that affect the way the interior presents at the end of construction.
When is the right time to engage an Interior Designer?
We like to be involved as early as possible on any project. It is desirable to be involved at a stage where we can work with the other consultants and still have input into the 3-dimensional space planning.
What is Aged Care Interior Design?
Aged Care Interior Design is a specialisation around designing interiors for buildings where aged people reside and require differing levels of nursing care. It involves designing interiors that support the requirements for those residents to move as freely and unimpeded through the spaces as possible.
Can I see more samples of your work?
We regularly organise tours of completed facilities that we have worked on. Please contact us if you would like to find out more information.