Developing a design concept
Design concept aims to:
● determine goals in reorganizing the space (e.g. organize work-room, kids’ playroom, prepare for a new member of the family, make an additional guest bathroom, etc.),
● after setting goals, the designer develops a floor-plan, coordinates with the client, and then prepares working drawings.
Working drawings are a set of schematics, necessary for builders to calculate prices and implement project ideas (which walls to demolish and erect, where exactly the new wires should go, exact way of finishing walls, floors, etc.)
During this stage the interior designer:
Develops a color scheme of the new interior
Chooses prototypes of interior materials, light fixtures, furniture, textiles, structures information about the rooms
Displays necessary materials in collages for every room for the client.
Creation of highly realistic 3D visualizations
It’s fairly hard to imagine the design concept in real life, let alone to figure out how you will feel in the redesigned space even after receiving completed working drawings and collages with fully developed stylistic solutions. Before massive renovations and substantial costs clients want to be sure that everything will be done according to their expectations.
For that to happen 3D visualizations are created in several stages:
black and white 3D visualization drafts of the rooms to finalize the geometry of the space.
colored 3D visualizations with actual textures according to the design concept and developed stylistic solution