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We work closely with our customers to understand their lifestyle and preferences. We also do so to push the boundaries of what they think is possible, unleashing their creativity in the process.
The resulting homespace is not only soothing and personal, but aspirational. While our designs are varied, bringing together a palette of colors and materials, as well as reflecting our clients’ vision, they are commonly rooted in natural design elements, such as wood and marble. Ultimately, our goal is for you to get a surge of comfort every time you set foot in your home.
A public space should be optimized to meet its purpose: an efficient, delightful experience that reflects the government’s supporting role in our lives.
We have had the honor of working on a number of public projects, including the U.A.E. Court Museum, Morocco Hospital, and the National Centre of Meteorology & Seismology. While each environment is unique, we sought to bring out a common element across all: a welcoming spirit.
Our journey always starts by meeting with you to gain a comprehensive understanding of your project and your specific requirements. This meeting is an opportunity for you to share your vision, preferences, and any practical considerations. We discuss your budget constraints and establish clear expectations to ensure our design aligns with your financial goals.
After the initial meeting, we get to work on creating an interior design concept that captures your vision. This includes mood boards, color schemes, material selections, and layout ideas. Based on your feedback, we refine the design concept until it aligns perfectly with your vision and expectations. This may involve making adjustments to the layout, materials, or aesthetics.
Once the design is refined and approved, we present a final design proposal that includes detailed plans, material specifications, and estimated costs. With your approval of the final design, we move forward with the execution phase.