Interior design

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Briefing and feasibility

During this stage we establish, key design requirements; audience, headcount, function/ zoning and overall environment. We set out clear objectives, budget and time schedules to get a better understanding to start design a well-rounded scheme.

Following the brief we need to visit site to get a feel for the space and then establish if the location chosen is suitable for the project. We often work through this via block planning and allocating certain areas per department/ function, to ensure all requirements fi t within the allocated space. Blocks are moved around like jigsaw pieces until we find the perfect fit for the building & brief

space planning

Having confirmed ideal locations for departments/ functions, we then start to hone in on the important aspects and detail up the individual areas. We do this by dividing the space with partitions where applicable and populating the plan with furniture blocks. This gives a better feel for the scale of space, and how each area will perform. Before coming to a final solution, it’s more than likely we will explore a number of layouts to be sure the space will run efficiently.

At this stage we will have signed of the space plans and started to develop more detail into the project. As a tool to help convey the design we start to realise the project in 3D. This is also the fun part of the design process, where we start to convey the overall environment and feel of a scheme. General colourways and graphics are depicted, along with incorporating your branding into the scheme, to make the design truly unique to you.

Details & Finishes

We then work up a number of detailed drawings; reflected ceiling plan, wall & floor finishes, small power plan, setting out, drawings for any detailed joinery items, and relevant sections.

To accompany these we also produce finishes boards, to really give you a feel for all textures selected, final colour scheme and any manifestations features.


The final stage is to put the project out to tender, for competing contractors to bid for the work. The most suitable contractor is then awarded the project and work begins on site.

Following various site meetings and final tweaks, the project is completed and realised as a finished product. We will then visit site one last time to check everything is finished to a high quality and document the project as a case study.