Approach & Execution

Programming - Meet with the user, gather information, understand the requirements, and identify special needs.

Concept Development - Perform space planning, architectural design (if needed), and material selection; and identify desired atmosphere and color themes, such as warm/cool, neutral/pastel etc.

Design Development - Formalize the design concept into a presentation.

Concept Presentation - Educate the users and gain their approval through a formal presentation.

Design Execution - Prepare contract documents, specifications, and working drawings and executing the project.


Design Project Process

i. Preliminary Design – The preliminary design is initiated upon acceptance of a written agreement based upon the actual scope of services to be provided by designer. The design will include drawing of proposed structural and architectural modifications, custom built-ins and furniture plans, as well as, the specification of decorative details and furnishing for approval. 

ii. Final Design – Final design will be prepared incorporating all noted changes and specifications of approved preliminary changes.

iii. Construction/Project Implementation – Simultaneous with development of final designs, the designer will begin preparing preliminary cost estimates, details and specifications required to begin the work.

iv. Purchasing – Upon client approval of specification and cost estimates, the designer places orders to vendors for furnishing and contractors for any construction work. A status report is used to keep the client updated on the progress of the job.

v. Installation/Project Supervision – Throughout installation the designer will maintain the supervision of the project as required. A punch list will be maintained until all items are satisfactorily completed.