interior design


Why You Should Hire an Architect to design the interiors of your house or office?

Architect can help you bring your spaces to life while making sure to satisfie considerations such as space planning and building codes. A trained eye and a creative mind with attention to the tiniest details, can find solutions that you might never have imagined.

Architect can help you to create useful and fascinating interiors to the people who own and inhabit them, and make them more commercially sustainable. Efficiency is a key concern. Efficiency means avoiding over-sized rooms and wasted spaces. Efficiency also consist in selecting materials within your budget and at a fair price. Efficiency can reduce costs, decrease your home's energy needs, and increase its future resale value.

Who are the interior design services for?

If you have a hard time deciding what direction you want to take the room style and living in a designed and decorated home is a top priority of yours, it may be worth it to hire a professional.

If you have the vision to bring acoustics, lighting and landscape elements together, Architect can help you to create stunning effects and playful spaces that work in harmony with their environment and people.

How much does it cost an interior design project?

The costs associated with interior design will vary quite dramatically from project to project, depends on the requirements, details and complexity of each interior design project. The biggest influence on the total costs of interior design services is the size of the home or space to design.

Fees can also be calculated in different ways, for example as an agreed lump sum based on the anticipated work involved, or a hourly time charge based on the estimated time of a project.

Fixed or flat fees are the most likely way that a job will be priced. It puts a single price on the entire job and is intended to cover all expenses that include everything from design and layouts through the supervision of the final installation process.

The fee is usually drawn down at various project stages, typically coinciding with project milestones such as Preliminary Design (25%), Developed Design (25%), Detail Design (25%) and supervision of the final installation process (25%).