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Interior Design for Architectural Work
Interior Design for Architectural Work

Interior design is a multi-faceted profession where creative and technical solutions are applied in structures that are sure to achieve the built interior environment. The process follows a systematic and coordinated methodology such as research, analysis, and integration of knowledge into a creative process where the needs and resources of clients are satisfied to produce spaces that meet project objectives. With the advent of home improvement shows, many people are looking for the services of interior designers to make the repairs needed in their homes. Some take years to complete because specific elements of the project must be met to achieve completeness.

There are various working conditions and job opportunities in the scale of interior design work. Small and large companies often employ interior designers as employees during regular work hours. While some are casual workers, they do not have regular clients and workload is provided by client’s word of mouth or by referral. In addition, they usually work long hours. Interior design work requires a lot of pressure because deadlines must be met, the client’s budget must be considered, and of course, the client itself. Their work tends to involve many trips to visit various locations, studios, or clients’ homes and offices.

With the help of the latest technology, the process of contracting clients and communicating design alternatives is easier and requires less travel. Customers are quite happy with this development because the design process has become more interactive and interesting, in a relatively technological but labor-intensive environment. Architectural …

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How an Interior Designer Can Become a Dream Job

Recently, I received a very special application for interior design advice.

A husband wants to surprise his wife for his birthday by revamping their living room and bedroom! His wife got the idea to improve their home first. He had read about the possibility of hiring an interior designer somewhere. Although his wife found the house they lived in was very beautiful, he felt that the house lacked warmth and atmosphere. She discussed this with her husband, because it seemed like a good idea to her. Her husband seemed indifferent to this idea and said it would be better to manage without a designer. Even though he said this to his wife, he secretly sent me the next day. Because the customer lives far from me and has honored me with this opportunity, I took the appointment for an hour with him on the day his wife was not at home.

It was like a secret meeting! Together, we passed the whole house, and the problem was discussed. The home base was fine and only the additions needed to make it coherent overall. My tips and ideas are consistent with the needs and tastes of the customer and his wife. Our second meeting took place at an interior retailer. We carefully select new chairs for the dining room, lamps, pillows and rugs. It was decided by an interior retailer, that the order would remain in the warehouse and would be taken the day before restyling.

Our idea is implemented by …

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