Perhaps most key to our success at securing clients, and them keeping over long periods of time is our unique manner of design concepting, presentation, and budget control.
Prior to any design work, we encourage that time be committed to qualifying the project with ownership, management, and all other consultants involved to fully understand the targeted market and project objectives.
Once this criteria is established, we present a conceptual control sheet, which details the project in terms of cost projections for interior architecture and interior design in its entirety.
Each line item identifies any cost which may be associated with our scope of work as it has been outlined and confirmed. Projections are then considered in three separate categories; required, recommended and upgraded, which is then shared with the client so they have all their options clearly identified out as they navigate their choices, to ensure they have achieved the required objective and met their budget expectations.
Past history has proven that on project after project, we have been consistent with our projections.
These detailed budget projections are supported by multiple ambient presentations, which has two benefits. Firstly, it offers the client a hands on association with the design process. We encourage our clients to play a major role in determining the development of the property: its profile within the community, the identity it will aspire to, and the viability amongst its competitors with respect to the interior experience.
Secondly, by offering varying design perspectives, we hasten the learning curve that takes place between a new client and designer, and therefore secure the quickest path to an approved design scheme.
Budgets, schematic architectural design, and conceptual FFE directions are all presented unilaterally, and develop from concept to reality in a parallel fashion.