Using the information gathered during the Space Needs Analysis as a basis of design, we develop a schematic design (consisting of walls, doors, and general space relationships) that responds to the agreed scope for review. We do not always get it perfect the first time around and expect the initial process to involve back-and-forth feedback to hone the design such that it matches the goals created during the programming phase as well as all necessary code requirements.
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The interior design process begins by determining a program for the space. In this initial phase, designers become detectives gathering information to understand what the client needs and how they work. This analysis lays the groundwork for how the space will be used and creates metrics by which a project’s success can be measured.