New Build – working with architects to create beautiful spaces
Renovation – working directly with clients or working with architects to redesign interior spaces to meet your needs
Selection of materials and finishes, such as flooring, tiles, paint etc
Custom design kitchens and bathrooms including structural and cosmetic changes
Custom design of wardrobes and built-in joinery such as cabinets
Selection of furniture, lighting, rugs and accessories to suit scale and aesthetic considerations
Design of window treatments appropriate to interior and environmental factors
Design and management of bespoke upholstery and cushions
Curation, expansion and exhibition of artworks
Refreshing and rethinking heritage interiors
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What are the key differences between Interior Architecture and Interior Design?
Understanding some of the key differences between the two can help when it comes to determining which service will best suit your project needs.
Full Service Design
Uniquely tailored design from beginning to end. This can be done on the residential, commercial, and hospitality level. Inquire to learn more about our full service design process.
For the client that wants to oversee the construction on their own but still wants a tailored design. This service can be provided virtually or in person.
Renovations should not only be for people that own property. Your space should feel complete and luxurious no matter the type. Inquire to learn more about how we tailor bespoke design to our renters.
The Perfect Piece
Sometimes your space is missing something and you can't quite put your finger on it. Have a Design Consultant provide their expert opinion on your space to see what it is missing.