1. Space need analysis and planning
After analysing a client’s available space and furniture requirements, a detailed site plan document is compiled with an accompanying model. Both takes current and future needs into account, such as business growth, individual space allocation, and unique industry requirements. This phase is the foundation of the process, ensuring that space planning is accurate, layout is efficient, and the flow complements the interior design’s look and feel.
2. Conceptual presentation
The conceptualisation phase is where the creative and cognitive wheels start turning, and because of their passion, the Platynum team’s favourite step in the process. After going through endless amounts of potential materials, finishes, and furniture options, a selection of unique designs are proposed to the client. All of these details – big and small – are chosen with a purpose and plays a part in creating a cohesive picture.
3. DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS
After everyone agrees on the concept, a design specification is completed based on the chosen paint colours, fittings, and finishings. This step in the process ensures that everyone is on the same page, and that the outcome will delight the client, not surprise.
4. TECHNICAL DRAWINGS
As one would do with any architectural building project to ensure high-quality standards and mathematical accuracy, detailed technical drawings are created to provide the team with even more specific guidelines. These drawings combine various processes’ data into one comprehensive document – research and development, space planning, interior design specifications. Furthermore, it details additional instructions and exact locations for various elements such as the layout for furniture, ceilings, lighting, air-conditioning units, and electrical and voice data appliances etc.