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“ENVIRONMENTS WE LIVE IN SHAPE US. THEY CAN BE CURATED USING 5D’S”

The interior space understanding and sense of place are what we look for when we design a certain space; however, when it is ‘unique space’ Interior design/ Spatial design is the answer. It always starts with a purpose. Every space has a unique function and is actively driven. Over the years and decades, space design is focused on functions & experience. The modern families are small and so the community spaces are increasing in size.

We love creating our home as it is a special place of comfort. It is our basic instinct & personal choice to create a miniature world around us that reflects our personality. Residential spaces are becoming small & unique. Designing a small space with multiple functionalities becomes a greater challenge here. The more compact space is, it requires better design skills.

“Spatial design is a holistic approach and it involves interior, exterior, architecture, people, and space around. It is a 360-degree approach. This is what we call the modern approach”.

Our approach is to define our plan based on functional requirements, constructional values & a navigational plan. Once the areas are defined, we do human-centric research and evaluation. We then critically research and evaluate and then prepare the analysis report of the core design data.

Our creative journey, the imaginative world starts from here. We start creating concept design, theme building, design thinking, and articulating the space. Creating Color pallet and material selection is done after this. And it evolves into the final design.

All the creative journeys, follow the fundamental 5D process:

1st Discover: We discover a subject to know & understand it.

2nd Define: We define our problem issues or opportunities.

3rd. Design: We start weaving the solutions to create design ideas.

4th Develop: We develop distinct ideas and structure them in detail.

5th Deploy: We finally implement the design delivery process.

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