BASIC DESIGN PACKAGE
1. QUESTIONNAIRE AND INVENTORY
The first step of our cooperation is to learn about your needs, tastes and preferences. This is done through an online questionnaire completed by the client, which gives us an idea of your range of aesthetics, expectations, preferred trends, favorite color scheme.
Once we know your expectations, we are ready to meet you and discuss in detail the scope of the future project, the character of the interior, its color scheme and style. This is when we build a space to reflect on the formula and scope of our cooperation.
AT the meeting we also take an inventory of the rooms to be designed.
2. FUNCTIONAL LAYOUT CONCEPT
In fact, 2 or 3 concepts of the functional layout in a 2D format, because this is what we usually prepare, letting you choose what you find the most suitable. The concept design consists primarily of a scaled functional layout of the furniture, lighting and other major features.
3. VISUALIZATION OF THE INTERIOR
Based on the accepted functional layout , we prepare a 3D visualization, which allows you to see the designed space and the chosen solutions, as if in real life.
4. PREPARING THE FINAL DESIGN
The final step in our design work is preparing a set of technical drawings necessary for the implementation of the project, including:
- lighting layout,
- electrical layout,
- plumbing layout,
- custom-built furniture,
- layout of floor finishing – arrangement of tiles,
- suspended ceilings
The design is complemented with a detailed list of items (furniture pieces, tiles, lighting, carpets, household appliances, design accessories, etc.).
5. COST ESTIMATE AND BOQ
The market for contracting and finishing work is extremely diverse, and just as the quality of workmanship varies, so do the prices. But how to check if a contractor offers a reasonable price? For this purpose, we need a document prepared by an authorized cost estimator – the Investor’s Cost Estimate. Along with it we prepare a Bill of Quantities (BOQ), which is a document specifying all the works that need to be performed, but without their cost. The specification is made available to potential contractors so that their pricing is precise and does not include cost-generating “additional works”.