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We offer a full range of design, architectural and planning services. We base our process on the Royal Institute of Architect's plan of works.
We study and survey how you use your existing space. Together we identify your problems and create design solutions that will determine how your space will function and what you need.
We visit your space to take a point cloud survey, which combines laser scanning, 360 photographic imagery and thermal scanning. The data we acquire of your space is highly accurate to the millimetre. We won’t need to make multiple visits because we have access to the digital survey.
We produce a digital model, a ‘twin’ of your existing or proposed building. An exact replica of your space including all of your interior finishes. This 3D interactive model sits at the heart of everything we do. It informs design and build decisions as we move through the process. We don't have to rely on outdated or inaccurate plans of your space, we can digitally capture reality.
Using the digital twin, we produce a Building Information Model (BIM) that is shared with the whole project team, enabling early access to design information and clash detection throughout the project. This early engagement reduces errors and lowers cost.
Our experienced in-house designers produce an interior design concept and space planning scheme. The design will conform to all relevant legislation and will embrace wellbeing and sustainability. We do it all, from spatial design to furniture finishes and fittings.
Once we have completed the initial design, you can view your space through plans, VR or design visuals that can be shared with the project team.
RIBA STAGE OF WORKS
Stage 0 – Strategic Definition
- Initial Consultation
- Communication Strategies
- Estimate fees
Stage 1 – Preparation and Brief
- Project Programme
- Site Survey
- Design Responsibilities Matrix
Stage 2 – Concept Design
- Final Project Brief
- Review Project Programme
- Concept Development
- Layout Development
- Mood boards
Stage 3 – Developed Design
- Design Development
- Furniture Layouts
- General location of service points
- Sampling Finishes Specifications
- Finishes Specifications
- Sketch 3D visuals
- Bespoke Joinery Package
- Bespoke Lighting Package
Stage 4 – Technical Design
- Landlord approval pack/planning application
- Building control
- Licensing plan
- Technical drawings – internal plans, elevations and sections
- Electrical plan
- Lighting plan and specification
- Service plan
- Product specification
- Scope of works/contraction programme
- Tender package
- Estimates from contractors/JCT Contract
Stage 5 – Construction
- Issue purchase orders
- On site visits/inspections/meetings during build
- Final site inspection visits – snagging
- Final styling
Stage 6 - Handover
– Handover and close out
BECAUSE GOOD DESIGN IS GOOD BUSINESS
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