Detailed design with Photorealistic Visualizations
After accepting the functional layout, we start the second stage, i.e. the detailed design. I prepare the whole thing in the form of visualization. They are created after prior determination of aesthetic preferences. Made in photorealistic quality, they will allow you to get acquainted with the designed space before it is created. Step by step, we discuss each stage of the project through meetings or by e-mail. We set the investment budget, determine the character of the interior, learn about the potential, work out joint design decisions taking into account space, form, light, shade and necessary materials. Together with clients, I work on the final version of the visualization, which reflects their future interior.
Selection of Equipment
During the development of the detailed design, together with the client, we select the equipment in terms of the final decoration of the space. The works are multi-faceted and consist in selecting interior furnishings in the store together with the customer or indicating selected elements of decor by e-mail based on the manufacturer’s catalog. It can also be a confirmation of a choice made by the Customer himself.
The interior creation process ends with the approval of the visualization. This is the time to prepare technical documentation based on the assumptions developed together with the client during design work. It is a detailed instruction containing all the necessary drawings that will allow the finishing team, carpenters and other specialists to evaluate and make the designed elements needed to implement the project in accordance with the arrangements and the final vision presented in the visualizations. The documentation includes projections along with instructions regarding the arrangement of walls, all installations, floor layout, ceiling designs and other individual developments.
After the design work is completed, I offer free-of-charge ad hoc contact with the teams and consultations to check compliance with the project. The service is not a typical author’s supervision, nor a part of the design process, but is only intended to help in the implementation of the effect of joint design work.