In the gallery you have the opportunity to see some of our interior projects as a whole, starting from the concept of a space, through a conceptual design that deals with all segments of the interior: walls, floors, ceilings, lighting and furniture to details in the interior. Take a look at our interior gallery HERE.
We also have partial projects for furniture: kitchens, closets, bedrooms, wardrobes, living room, bathrooms, children’s rooms and much more, even for details in the interior.
The concept implies designing a global layout of spaces / rooms in an interior according to the wishes and limitations of that space, ie on the example of an apartment layout and dimensions of rooms for different purposes with the organization of furniture and other important elements within those rooms. From case to case, many variants of one interior can appear, depending on the limitations (constructive, economic, design …)
Only with the adopted concept can we move on to the elaboration of the conceptual design.
The conceptual design is in fact an idea so that an interior can be organized. It consists of two-dimensional drawings of space that are processed in certain projections: bases, sections, appearance, and if necessary, three-dimensional representations of future space, which can sometimes more easily see the future environment, especially more complicated projects. Drawings are made with the necessary indications in terms of materialization, ie colors and patterns in space. It is done on the basis of the project task by the investor, where there are more or less some guidelines, wishes, requirements, which lead the designer to a solution for obtaining the desired environment. The more concrete the wishes, the less artistic freedom the architect has and vice versa, which does not mean that neither is good or bad. That is why, after all, projects are made for each interior individually, because what someone enjoys can be extremely uncomfortable for someone.
The degree of freedom of the designer is more important when it comes to public spaces, ie interiors that are designed not only for personal use by investors, but also for public purposes, where more attention should be paid to global trends and functionality of space, which is still a field in whom the designer should dominate as an expert.