Architecture

Each project should be the outcome of a thorough research and architectural design process regardless of context, size or scope. Because every project is a unique challenge it is my role to develop a bespoke design-led solution to go beyond the expectation of all stakeholders involved.

The architectural process tends to be organised as suggested in the Riba Plan of Work:

  • Strategic Definition;
  • Preparation and Brief;
  • Concept Design;
  • Developed Design;
  • Technical Design;
  • Construction;
  • Handover and Close Out;
  • In Use.

Interior Design

Interior design helps to promote and bring the architectural space to life ensuring the outcome is both functional as it is aesthetically appealing.

A good interior design also ensures the project will adequately suit its purpose by using the best finishes, fixtures and furnishings available for any given budget. 

An interior design project an be organised in the following phases:

  • Client consultation;
  • Concept Design;
  • Design Development;
  • Construction Documentation;
  • Construction Administration.

Project Management

An effective project manager will ensure the project is delivered on time keeping the desired quality standards and cost transparency.

This is done by being the main link between client and the construction as well as by overseeing the entire process from initial brief to final handover, coordinating with the different parties involved in the construction process.