Luxurious Luxury interior design by Tatiana Antonchenko. Villas, apartments, cottages, houses, studios, apartments, residences, hotels, restaurants, salons, galleries.
Interior design should not be "typical", it should be the author's interior design.
A designer, as an artist, paints an image of a room with its inherent manner of work. Like all artists, each interior designer has his own style, his own manner of interpretation and comprehension of a specific task.
At the same time, there is such a concept as "the level of creativity" or "creative horizons" - it speaks about the ability of a designer to work with a certain set of styles. This concept does not level the concept of the author's interior, it qualitatively characterizes it.
Appealing to the concept of author's interior design, one should expect two possible ways of forming the image of one's interior.
The first is that the design will be exclusively author's, which implies minimal client influence on the design. That is, I will do the way I want, how I "see" this space. This case is similar to buying a finished painting in a gallery from an artist whose work a priori is liked.
The second case - the interior design is created taking into account certain key points present in all my works. It's about the same handwriting.
In this case, the client takes the most active part in the aesthetics of his apartment, but I am free to interpret the task "according to my vision."
On my site you can see a small selection of my works that correspond to my concept of author's interior design.
The project is drawn up and provided by the client in one copy in the form of a set of documentation (corporate, personalized album), designed to give the client a visual idea of a possible design solution, work and materials required for its implementation. The project is advisory in nature.
The project can be transferred by the client at his request in electronic form only in (jpeg, gif, png, tiff), but not in the working format of the software in which it was developed.
The virtual tour of the facility / room is transmitted electronically.
The project is transferred directly to the client without the right to transfer or the right to sell this project to third parties. The project is the property of Tatiana Antonchanka, an interior designer, decorator, and real estate developer. All rights for the sale and processing of this project are the property of Tatiana Antonchanka - an interior designer, decorator, real estate developer.
STAGES AND COMPOSITION OF THE DESIGN PROJECT
Design project composition
Why do you need an interior design project? Why, in one form or another, does it have to be? What documents are included in the project and what stages of project development await me? This is not a complete list of the questions that my clients have. The answers will be in this article.
Interior design is a set of project documentation, neatly stitched into a corporate, author's, personalized album, which contains the following basic and mandatory positions:
- sketches of premises;
- working drawings;
- consolidated statements of finishing materials, furniture and other elements of the interior of the premises.
Sketches of premises as part of the interior design project
These are images printed on paper, 1 per sheet of the design project. Usually, at least two or three angles are given for each room. Such images of premises are made in 3ds max.
The essence of the action is the same: to show the client your design idea from different angles and from the most important angles. Also, these "pretty pictures" help builders, suppliers and manufacturers to see the design idea in three-dimensional form. And this is very useful.
It is worth mentioning that it is at the stage of creating sketches that most of the time for creating a design project is spent.
Working drawings as part of a design project
Without these documents, it is impossible to accurately calculate the volume of purchased finishing materials and implement a building structure, even if of a medium degree of complexity. Working drawings are the backbone of a design project. All millimeters of the placement of lamps, the height of the outlet of sockets, switches, the beginning of the laying of tiles and the type of trimming, vertical sections of multi-level ceilings and other technical information - all this is contained in the working drawings.
They are usually performed in AutoCAD. The drawings contain various information: dimensions, tolerances, symbols, explanatory information, a stamp with the details of the author of the design project, etc.
The more complex and responsible the interior design project, the more complex furniture, designer cabinets and structures in it, the higher the requirements for the qualifications of an interior designer.
Consolidated statements of finishing materials, furniture and other interior items
A document containing information on the number of purchased finishing materials for each of the premises and for a separate group of surfaces. The meaning of the document is to show the client and the supplier what and how much to buy.
Project design stages:
1st stage of design - PLANNING SOLUTIONS
Measurement of existing premises with drawing up a detailed scheme of load-bearing walls and structures, ventilation and equipment schemes. Measurement plan. Concepts of the scheme of planning solutions of premises (2-3 options), explication. Zoning schemes concepts (2-3 options). Dismantling and erection of new walls, partitions, structures. Furniture arrangement scheme. Coordination with the client of all the above stages of this stage.
Prepayment for the 1st stage of design - PLANNING DECISIONS - 20% of the total contractual cost of work on the day of signing the Agreement.
2nd stage of design - STYLE SOLUTIONS
Recommendations and approvals for interior solutions that shape style. Style recommendations and coordination on the use of decoration materials, lighting design, wall and floor coverings, furnishing. Agreeing with the client. 3D visualization of an object / room (2-3 main views / perspectives of a room). Coordination with the client of all the above stages of this design stage.
Prepayment for the 2nd stage of design - STYLE SOLUTIONS - 50% of the total contractual cost of work after agreement with the client of all the above stages of the previous design stage.
3rd stage of design - CONSTRUCTION AND TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS
Layout of sockets, switches, junction boxes, control panels, warm floors, heating systems, a boiler, dust removal system, emergency power supply, computer networks, security systems, acoustic, TV-video systems and other equipment. Arrangement of lamps and division into loops for lighting control and other equipment. Scheme of water supply, sewerage, air conditioning, ventilation, purification systems and other equipment. Scheme of ceiling, wall and floor plasterboard structures. Floor scheme. Scheme of plasterboard ceilings, stretch ceilings, etc. Scheme of unfolding walls and structures, layout of tiles. Consolidated statement of finishing the premises - Coordination with the client of all the above stages of this design stage.
Prepayment for the 3rd stage of design - CONSTRUCTION AND TECHNOLOGICAL SOLUTIONS - 30% of the total contractual cost of work after agreement with the client of all the above stages of the previous design stage.
4th stage - AUTHOR'S SUPPORT
This design stage is an additional service to the above mentioned project, which is not included in the main parts of design. This stage gives the client the opportunity to receive the final result of the interior design and the entire project in a more professional and high-quality performance as a whole.
Architectural supervision implies a planned (once or twice a week, but no more than 12) visits to the facility, as well as trips with the client to showrooms and shops.
- Recommendations and control over the observance of the quality of decorative, finishing works carried out by other persons as part of the author's support of the project.
- Agreeing with the client.
- Visits with a client to select materials for decorating an object, furniture, lighting, ceiling, wall and floor coverings.
- Coordination with the client of all the above stages of this stage.
5th stage - DECOR PROJECT
This design stage is an additional service to the above mentioned project, which is not included in the main parts of design engineering.
The selection of decorative elements of the interior is carried out after all repair and finishing work has been completed. It includes:
-Selection of textile design;
-Selection of curtains and curtains, carpets;
-Selection of bed linen;
-Selection of tablecloths, sets and cutlery;
-Selection of lighting devices;
-Selection of pieces of furniture, including the author's design;
-Selection of wall graphics, drawings, paintings;
-Selection of sculptures and decorative accessories for different rooms;
- Agreeing with the client.
- Trips to salons and shops and consultations on the choice of items for the interior (once or twice a week, but no more than 12).
6th stage - VIRTUAL TOUR of the facility / premises (additional service by agreement)
The project is handed over to the client after acceptance and full payment by the client for the services provided by the contractor in accordance with the Agreement.
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