We believe there are 9 key steps to every project. Below is a step by step guide to how the process works. We will work with you through every step, to make sure you get the best possible results.
1. Let’s chat
Before we do anything, we start with a brief chat, on the phone or in person, where I will ask you a few questions about your project and to try and understand exactly what it is that you need.
The key to the success of any project is a strong client relationship. As each client is different, so is each project. We pride ourselves in listening to our client’s individual needs, whether they are Dubai based or elsewhere. Working on projects internationally is something we are very accustomed to.
We’ll discuss your desired budget, the design process, show previous projects and any other questions or concerns you may have.
2. Yes, let’s do it:
If you feel you would like to work together and you have an existing site to visit, we will meet there and do a ‘site walk through’. This gives us a clearer understanding of the projects and what it is you would like to achieve. Based on this we will give you a fee proposal. If you don’t have a site and it’s a new build/concept we would meet again to get a detailed brief to prepare a fee proposal.
3. Brief & Concept Design
Once the design brief and fee has been agreed, we will work on interior concepts and architecture & landscape concepts if relevant. This will consist of mood boards, look & feel images, some materials and a few sketch layout options for some key areas. This will be ongoing until all concepts are approved by you the client.
4. Schematic, Design Development & 3D Renders
Once the interior concepts are approved, we develop the drawings to schematic level, which includes material & furniture selections so we can start with the 3D visuals. This will give a photo realistic image of the space.
We then develop and issue the drawings and specifications to design development stage, along with material boards and the final 3D renders which are used for tender purposes.