Interior design is a discipline that demands research, development and analytical skills, a command of technology, and knowledge of codes.
Thirty years ago, most interiors were planned by their occupants. But once technology began its rapid evolution, designing an interior has become increasingly complicated. Automation, new construction technologies, environmental consciousness and ergonomic progress has conspired to make good design more complex to achieve and as result, more valuable.
Interior design is a discipline that demands research, development and analytical skills, a command of technology, and knowledge of codes. With these tools, the designer shapes three dimensional interiors. Relying on education and experience, the designer is well prepared to create an environment that will meet your functional needs as well as aesthetic expectations.
But a beautiful interior is without value unless it is a functional environment. The relationship between space planning and productivity has been proven. Good design means good business, as well as personal comfort and well being.
If you are renovating, relocation, or expanding, costly mistakes or downtime negatively affects profitability. Seeking professional counsel early is most cost-efficient and is among the best investments an individual or a business can make.
International Interior Design Association
"Good Design Makes the Difference".