• choosing the right designer  
    Quite often, what people believe they want is actually totally different from what they really need to meet their requirements.

Creating false needs is not the key concern of a designer. Conversely, apart from aesthetics, it is to create a properly ergonomic and functional interior space, engaging in an ongoing interaction with customers. Designing an interior is not only about choosing textures, materials and glamorous finishes, but also seeing how spaces function, act and interact.

An interior designer is required to “decipher” the customer, approach them, listen to them, find out how they like to live and understand them. It is only then that the designer can render on paper and, finally, apply the real wishes of the customer, who will after all live in this space.

The relationship between the interior designer and the customer continues until the very last moment. It is this close relationship that invariably ensures the desired result.
 
       
       
    • timeline  
    The more we respect the set timeline, the more efficient we remain in completing our design and meeting our target, loosing as little money and time as possible. Credible partners and crews ensure this outcome.
 
       
       
    • budget  
    I like the concept: nice design for all, not for the few. Nice design does not necessarily imply unaffordable cost. For me good taste is not about money; expensive is not necessarily aesthetically nice. Properly budgeting the project at the onset prevents last minute divergences.