Comprehensive design

MISKIEWICZ DESIGN

DESIGNING A TURNKEY INTERIOR

TAKES PLACE IN FOUR STAGES:

1

STAGE

DETAILED ANALYSIS

The first stage of designing an interior consists in a detailed customer needs analysis. During a meeting weagree upon the scope of design work and time of realization. I try to get to know the client’s intentions as for the investment as well as the budget allocated to the project.

Next I move on to the client’s preferences concerning the style and character of the interior. We visit stores together looking for inspirations. We also talk about colors, textures and functions. In other words we look for an idea of an interior which will fit the personality and lifestyle of the client.

2

STAGE

INVENTORY

The second stage is inventory – measuring all rooms and preparing the functional interior design in accordance with the initial arrangements.

The functional design comprises the following elements:

  1. Preparing a design of a new walls arrangement, including the plan of demolition and development.
  2. The plan of electrical sockets and switches arrangement (technical drawings, plans in the 1:50 scale).
  3. The plan of plumbing points (water taps, toilets) – technical drawings (plans in 1:50 scale).
  4. The draft of furnishing arrangement/functional arrangement – in accordance with the principles of ergonomics. The price includes two drafts of the functional arrangement.
3

STAGE

PREPARING DOCUMENTATION

The third stage consists in preparing technical documentation for contractors (the detailed design). I also present to the client propositions concerning the furnishing and particular interior elements and colors. That includes all the fixed and mobile elements that will comprise the interior. Upon the client’s request I prepare a 3D visualization of the interior.

The detailed design consists of the following elements:

  1. Plan of interior arrangement – the functional arrangement of all rooms, in the 1:50 scale.
  2. The design – drawings of the electrical installations/outlets: sockets, switches, RTV sockets, etc.), in the 1:50 scale.
  3. The design of the kitchen, as a base for the contractor – proposals concerning the kitchen cabinets and household equipment arrangement – two proposals, in the 1:25 and 1:50 scales.
  4. Drawings of the wardrobe and built-in closets, as a base for the contractor, in the 1:25 scale.
  5. Bathrooms – detailed drawings of the walls with tiles, in the 1:25 scale.
  6. Detailed floor plans – tiles arrangement, in the 1:50 scale.
  7. Detailed drawings of the G-K development.
  8. Plans of suspended ceilings.
4

STAGE

SUPERVISION OF REALIZATION

The final stage involves the author’s supervision of the project realization.

At this stage I visit the site and present the contractor with all the design assumptions and guidelines. The supervision also aims at verifying the quality of the works and their accordance to the details of the design.m.

Dlaczego warto wykonać projekt wnętrza pod klucz?

Nie zawsze jesteśmy w stanie sami na początku planowania zmian w mieszkaniu czy domu przewidzieć różne utrudnienia techniczne lub wyobrazić sobie efekt końcowy naszych zmian. Dlatego projekt wnętrza pod klucz jest niezbędny, pozwala na uniknięcie wielu pułapek w realizacji, daje nam pełny obraz jak będzie wyglądać nasze wnętrze po zmianach.

Projekt wnętrza pod klucz dzięki opracowaniu przez fachowca i wizualizacjom wnętrz pozwala uzmysłowić sobie przyszły wygląd mieszkania czy domu i przemyśleć pewne decyzje przed ich podjęciem. Porada doświadczonego projektanta wnętrz jest nieoceniona, jego doświadczenie wynikające z pracy przy zmianach w wielu bardzo różnych wnętrzach oszczędza nam czas, zabezpiecza przed przykrymi niespodziankami i daje optymalny zgodny z naszymi marzeniami efekt.

Projekt wnętrza pod klucz to sposób aby znaleźć się w wymarzonym wnętrzu bez nerwów, bez dodatkowych kosztów wynikających ze zmian decyzji i konieczności wielokrotnego poprawiania prac w trakcie remontu/urządzania naszego wnętrza.