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Full Service Interior Design

Customized Full Service Interior Design | Residential Office Design

Creating cohesive, beautiful homes and offices is the goal when it comes to full service design. This method includes the completion of entire homes, groups of rooms, or solitary rooms in a single installation. While projects may be phased into a room at a time or a group of rooms, our Full Service Interior Design process does not lend itself to providing individual furnishings or accessories. Investing in our Full Service Interior Design process involves a flat design fee in conjunction with a furnishings budget.

You may be wondering what’s typically include in our Full Service Interior Design process. Here is a short list highlighting portions of our detailed process.

Step 1: Consultation

The design consultation is the starting point. During this first meeting we will discuss the scope of your project, your goals and your budget. I will ask you to fill out a questionnaire and we’ll discuss your tastes, your lifestyle, and how you intend to use the space. You’ll want to make sure all decision-makers are at this meeting and budget two to three hours of time.

During the consultation we will cover:

1. The scope of your project in detail

This will include all the rooms involved in the project, how you intend to use each room, and your ideas and goals for each space.

2. Your tastes, preferences, likes, dislikes, style and lifestyle

I’ll ask lots of questions and we’ll look at pictures to focus in on your tastes.

We’ll set an overall budget before you begin the project. I will work with you to determine your options, goals and set a realistic budget for your space. I have an in-depth step-by-step process for determining your best budget right from the very start.

4. Assign the Main Contact

If there is more than one decision-maker, you will assign one to be the contact person for the project. This person will be the one that makes decisions and approves the proposals. This will also be the person we will have direct contact with and receive direction from during the course of the project. Because it is not always possible to meet with both people at the same time, the contact person will be responsible for communicating any ideas or decisions to his or partner.

Step 2: Site Measure and Assessment

This on- site meeting generally occurs within two weeks after the letter of agreement and retainer is received. We will take detailed measurements and photographs of all the spaces involved in your project. Where appropriate, we will also arrange to have the trades people who will be working on your project come in and take their own measurements for estimating purposes.

Step 3: Space Planning

Carefully considered space planning is crucial to a well-designed space. After all the measurements have been taken we will develop floor plans for each room. Floor plans allow us to determine what pieces will best fit into the space, how it is arranged, and the scale of each piece. We will then schedule a meeting to review each floor plan and discuss the pros and cons of each.

Step 4: Design Concept

Once we have decided on a floor plan, the next step is to create the design scheme. This starts with developing a color scheme and sourcing fabrics, furniture, fixtures and materials. Custom furniture and built-ins are designed and finishes chosen. Materials for flooring, counters and cabinetry are selected. Wall and floor coverings are considered. Window treatments are designed and fabrics, trims and hardware are chosen. A lighting plan is developed. Drawings, samples and pictures are gathered. Quotes and pricing are researched. Every detail is considered.

Throughout this step there will be a fair amount of communication and there may be intermediate meetings to discuss certain elements of the design. Creating the design concept is a multi-faceted process and generally requires several weeks, depending on the scope of your project.

Step 5: Concept Presentation and Approval

Once the design concept is ready to present, we will scheduled a meeting. You will be presented with carefully edited selections that represent the best choices for your space. We will go through the design in detail and you will be presented with fabrics, drawings, photos and samples for each element in the design. For some elements you’ll be presented with a few options. During the meeting you’ll provide feedback and we’ll narrow down the options to the best one for each element. If there are items that need to be re-sourced we’ll discuss the steps involved with that.

By the end of the meeting we should have a complete design concept that meets your approval. If you want to see, touch, feel or sit on some of your furniture options we can arrange a trip to the showroom. Timely approval of the design concept is crucial for maintaining accurate pricing and ensuring the availability of some design elements (fabrics or antiques, for example). If the design is not approved in a timely manner there may be additional costs associated with replacing items that are no longer available. Once the design has been approved and all elements are finalized we can begin executing on the design.

A time-table is developed for purchasing and ordering, work to be done by trades, and final installation. This schedule will be adjusted along the way to accommodate unforeseen circumstances. Please be aware that most projects take several months to complete. The lead time on furniture can often be 8-15 weeks.

Before any trades are hired or items are purchased on your behalf you will receive a proposal for approval that details the work to be done or item to be purchased along with all known associated costs. Nothing will be purchased without your approval.

You will receive two copies of each proposal; one for your records, and one that you will sign and return to our office with a 50% deposit. For fabric, antiques and other off-the-shelf items payment must be made in full when the work order is approved. The balance on each order will be due when the merchandise is ready for delivery or when services provided by trades are substantially completed.

Step 8: Design and Trades Implementation

If there is work to be done by trades, we schedule this as soon as possible. We manage the scheduling and oversee the work to make sure the design is executed properly and with the highest quality workmanship. Throughout the design process, we manage all the details. We make sure work by trades is underway or has been satisfactorily completed, all concerns have been addressed, furniture ordered, payments made, schedule on track, and no detail overlooked. We’ll schedule a brief meeting to review anything left outstanding or any changes that need to be made.

Step 9: Installation Accessorizing

This is where the vision becomes reality. All work by trades has been completed. Now the furniture is delivered, window treatments are installed, rugs laid, accessories placed and art hung. If it can be arranged, I have it all done on the same day so you get that “wow” effect when you come home.

Styling is what elevates your space to magazine quality status. It involves adding finishing touches and follows a different process than the rest of the design. Before the installation we’ll go to a number of stores and choose various accessories for your space. This could include art, lamps, throws, vases, candles, and other types of accessories. On installation day they’ll be placed throughout your space. We’ll provide you with the cost of each item and you’ll have a day or two to decide what you want to keep. You’ll pay for what’s staying and we’ll return anything you don’t want.

Step 10: Refinement Punch List

Once the installation is complete, we’ll walk through the space and review each room together. We’ll compile a punch list of all the little things that are left outstanding or need attention (such as paint touch-ups or a needed item). We will have each item on the list addressed as quickly as possible. If there’s something that’s not right, don’t worry. We’ll make sure it gets taken care of. Once all the items on the punch list are completed, the project will have come to a close. We will then discuss plans for photographing the space.

At this point, it will be time to celebrate. The space will be yours to enjoy for years to come!

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32 Minimalist Home Offices: The Most Modern, Artistic And Stylish You ll Ever Seen.

Architecture Art Designs is bringing you articles about home offices because they are part of our every day life. Since they are part of home, usually they are made in minimalism style. It is very popular in design of offices. Why minimalism? It does not distract attention from your tasks and work. Also it looks modern and stylish. White color is relaxing and peaceful so designers are choosing it as well as black one. The black and white combination is most popular in designing a home office. This colors are helping you create a working atmosphere. Want to create a unique style of your office?

Use natural materials, sharp angles, also sleek surfaces and glass to help you in that mission. In order to make the mood bring in some colors. Use pink, red, yellow and green to refresh your working area. Need to make a comfortable place where just notebook can be accommodate? Sleek glass and wall table with a pouf will be just perfect solution for that.

Designing with minimalism ideas, you are gaining a space-saving solutions. Having a modern and laconic, even designing in minimalism, it can look stylish and appropriate for your home office. Furniture made of natural wood and colors like soft gray may help you create a coziness of your office.

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75Interior Design jobs

Senior — Master Degree Construction / Property Permanent Shanghai (上海) 03/09/2016

  • Our client is one of the world s leading international design practices, with offices around the globe and a long history in China. Due to improving market conditions, they are now looking to make a strategic and key appointment within their Shanghai studio at Design Director level. The successful candidate.

    Top — Master Degree Construction / Property — Shanghai (上海) 31/08/2016

  • Top 15 or above Bachelor Degree Design Permanent Hong Kong 30/08/2016
  • To cope with our continuous growth, we are looking for energetic candidates to join us as:Ref: GSO-PD Degree in Interior Design 10 years or above relevant experience in handling sizable residential / hotel / commercial design projects and experience in high-end furniture / showflat / sales office.

    Middle 10 Bachelor Degree Design Full Time Central 26/08/2016

  • Senior 8 Bachelor Degree Construction / Property Permanent China 18/08/2016
  • We are one of the largest land developers in HK and now invite caliber candidates for the position of. Higher Diploma / Diploma / Certificate in Interior Design or equivalent Minimum 6 years experience in interior design Responsible for material selection, interior drafting and site supervision Knowledgeable.

    Middle 6 Diploma / Certificate Design Full Time Hong Kong Island 09/09/2016

  • We are one of the largest land developers in HK and now invite high caliber candidates for the position of. Degree / Diploma in Architecture, Interior Design or related discipline Minimum 5 years proven experience in management of interim fitting-out works or renovation on related discipline Self-initiative.

    Middle 5 Bachelor Degree Construction / Property Full Time N/A 09/09/2016

  • Job Duties: Prepare sketches and conceptual drawings Prepare interior design presentation including perspective, mood board and material sample Liaise with clients, suppliers and other consultants Requirement: Minimum 3 years relevant working experience Diploma holder in interior design Proficient in.

    Entry 3 Diploma / Certificate Design Full Time San Po Kong 09/09/2016

  • Middle — Bachelor Degree Construction / Property Full Time Hong Kong Island 09/09/2016
  • Sunnic Engineering Ltd. is a member of CNQC International Holdings Ltd. (青建國際股份有限公司); HKEX listed company stock code. 1240. We are registered general building contractor, registered specialist contractor in foundation / site formation / ground investigation field works in Hong Kong.

    Entry 2 Diploma / Certificate Construction / Property Full Time Hong Kong 09/09/2016

  • Entry 5 Diploma / Certificate Construction / Property Full Time Hong Kong 08/09/2016
  • Middle 5 Bachelor Degree Construction / Property Full Time Causeway Bay 08/09/2016
  • Entry — Diploma / Certificate Design Part Time Central 07/09/2016
  • The incumbent will be responsible for supporting the team in implementing various Retail projects including mechanical / electrical appliances and wooden work at Retail outlets. He/she needs to lead the technicians conducting regular inspection on Retail outlets to ensure good show condition. He/she.

    Middle 3 Diploma / Certificate Design Permanent Aberdeen 07/09/2016

  • The Department Our Property Department commits to provide integrated, customer-centric, sustainable and cost effective asset management, development management, project management and facilities management services to the key Business Units in the Club.The Job You will: work closely with internal stakeholders.

    Middle 5 Bachelor Degree Design Full Time Happy Valley 07/09/2016

  • Middle 3 Diploma / Certificate Construction / Property Full Time Hong Kong 06/09/2016
  • Senior 10 Bachelor Degree Design — Thailand 05/09/2016
  • Ebro is a professional HR consultancy providing permanent / temporary recruitment, outsourcing services and other HR solutions to corporates in the Asia Pacific. Our specialized areas: Banking & Finance Property & Construction Information Technology Engineering Legal & Professional Services Luxury Retail.

    Middle 1 Bachelor Degree Construction / Property Permanent Hong Kong 05/09/2016

  • Ebro is a professional HR consultancy providing permanent / temporary recruitment, outsourcing services and other HR solutions to corporates in the Asia Pacific. Our specialized areas: Banking & Finance Property & Construction Information Technology Engineering Legal & Professional Services Luxury Retail.

    Middle 1 Diploma / Certificate Engineering Permanent Hong Kong 05/09/2016

  • Ebro is a professional HR consultancy providing permanent / temporary recruitment, outsourcing services and other HR solutions to corporates in the Asia Pacific. Our specialized areas: Banking & Finance Property & Construction Information Technology Engineering Legal & Professional Services Luxury Retail.

    Middle 2 Associate Degree Construction / Property Permanent Hong Kong 05/09/2016

  • Ebro is a professional HR consultancy providing permanent / temporary recruitment, outsourcing services and other HR solutions to corporates in the Asia Pacific. Our specialized areas: Banking & Finance Property & Construction Information Technology Engineering Legal & Professional Services Luxury Retail.

    Senior 10 Bachelor Degree Construction / Property Full Time N/A 05/09/2016

  • Ebro is a professional HR consultancy providing permanent / temporary recruitment, outsourcing services and other HR solutions to corporates in the Asia Pacific. Our specialized areas: Banking & Finance Property & Construction Information Technology Engineering Legal & Professional Services Luxury Retail.

    Middle 2 Bachelor Degree Construction / Property Full Time N/A 05/09/2016

  • Entry — Diploma / Certificate Design Part Time Central 04/09/2016
  • Senior — Master Degree Construction / Property Permanent Shanghai (上海) 03/09/2016
  • Senior — Master Degree Construction / Property Permanent Shanghai (上海) 03/09/2016
  • PacificPlan Interiors Limited invites the following candidates: Diploma or Certificate in Architectural / Interior Design / Image Design Familiar with AutoCAD, IT and Computer Software Application Knowledge and competency in 3D Studio Max or Photoshop shall be an advantage Good communication and sound.

    Entry — Diploma / Certificate Construction / Property Full Time Kwai Fong 03/09/2016

  • PacificPlan Interiors Limited invites the following candidates: Relevant Degrees / Diploma in Architecture / Building Construction or Interior Design or equivalent with minimum 5 years experience in construction / interior design / fitting out field is preferred Candidates with membership in HKIA, RIBA.

    Middle 5 Diploma / Certificate Construction / Property Full Time Kwai Fong 03/09/2016

  • Building Homes with Heart Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited was publicly listed in 1972 and is now one of the largest property companies in Hong Kong with about 37,000 employees. Our core business is the development of properties for sale and investment. We also have complementary operations.

    Senior 8 Bachelor Degree Design Full Time Wanchai 02/09/2016

  • Building Homes with Heart Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited was publicly listed in 1972 and is now one of the largest property companies in Hong Kong with about 37,000 employees. Our core business is the development of properties for sale and investment. We also have complementary operations.

    Middle 4 Bachelor Degree Design Permanent Wanchai 02/09/2016

  • Entry — Diploma / Certificate Design Part Time Central 02/09/2016

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    We Provide Minimalistic Interior Design In Singapore

    The Minimalist Society

    Interior Design Renovation Solutions

    Why Choose Us

    “Very meticulous planning and appreciate the attention to details given by The Minimalist Society in creating my first dream home. Due to our busy schedule, we couldn’t check on the progress often but we were updated continuously about the progress. Good quality workmanship and certainly value for money. Thumbs up!”

    Josh Tan. Senior Wealth Advisor

    “Thank you for the successful handover last month. I am impressed with the dedication that Keith offered me throughout the renovation. Very patient and amended the designs several times to ensure that it is the best possible. When minor rectifications were needed, he was very prompt in following up. Very thankful and my family love this new home that we have now.”

    Tony Wong. Defence Executive Officer

    “Very value for money and good workmanship. Thank you.”

    Josh Singh. Logistic Supervisor

    “The Minimalist Society offers good workmanship and unique designs at a reasonable price. For the same thing they can propose various suggestions and even after I confirmed, they managed to think of other more cost effective solutions to help me save money without compromising on looks. Really just want to do their best for us by spending additional time and effort and not take the easy way out. Very appreciative of their commitments and responsibility.”

    “Minimalistic and practical design. Easy maintenance when doing housework.”

    Mohamad Bin Othman. Maintenance Officer

    “I like that the designs done are creative and refreshing. Modern approach to interior design and home renovations. Good work guys.”

    Hong Ping. Assistant Manager

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    Interior Design Internships

    Students in the Interior Design program are required to participate in the department-coordinated internship program that involves a 150 hour/minimum eight week (i.e. 3-credit) professional experience. At the conclusion of this experience students submit a final project that demonstrates their growth of knowledge and skills in the field of interior design. Placements include regional, national and international commercial and residential design firms as well as construction companies and product manufacturers. The majority of students undertake this experience in the summer prior to the senior year, bringing this experience into the studio environment to enrich their portfolios and capstone projects.

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    Interior Design

    16 Jun 2015 – Car Design Trends

    As the auto industry moves towards considering vehicles that require less driver input, profound questions are being raised concerning the space inside the.

    30 Nov 2012 – Design Stories

    Matthew Easton is a Visual designer at Volvo and has been responsible for the design behind the all new digital instrument cluster seen in the new V40. He.

    9 Nov 2011 – Interior Design

    Design evolution from 1941 to 2011 2011 marks the 100th anniversary of Chevrolet. During these 100 years the company developed over a hundred different types.

    23 Feb 2011 – 3D Printing (3DP)

    The work that goes into building a physical model of a concept car is usually hidden behind closed doors, known only to engineers sworn to secrecy and.

    23 Nov 2010 – CAID (Computer Aided Industrial Design)

    This paper presents two geometric operations constrained curve beautification and polygonal mesh scissoring for a sketch-based Computer-Aided.

    12 Jun 2010 – Interior Design

    Car Design News was recently invited to a preview of Visteon s C-Beyond concept, which makes its full debut at the Paris motor show in September. Based.

    19 Apr 2010 – Interior Design

    Developing a high quality and reduce lead time is an important policy in designing a new product in today’s highly competitive marketplace. To reach this.

    18 Aug 2009 – Interior Design

    It changed our relationship with car interiors and forced manufacturers to innovate. The cup holder, in its modern automotive incarnation, is about 30 years.

    26 Jun 2007 – Interior Design

    In the initial 100 years of automotive development, the comfort and safety of passengers have been greatly enhanced by functional textile products. The focus.

    23 Feb 2005 – Interior Design

    Woven pile fabrics may be found in upholstery, apparel, and industrial applications. This fabric formation technology may produces a variety of pile heights.

    23 Feb 2005 – Interior Design

    After technical textiles and functional textiles, also smart textiles came into force a few years ago. The term ‘smart textiles’ covers a broad.

    23 Feb 2005 – Interior Design

    Design is a critical component of the development of textile materials for automotive interiors. It contributes to the overall quality and cost of the vehicle.

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    1,297 Vancouver, BC Interior Designers and Decorators

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    What does an interior designer do?

    A good home design professional will hone your style down to its very essence and be able to choose a functional layout that feels natural to you. Interior design companies can be involved as much or as little as the client desires. Many clients who hire an interior decorator in Vancouver, BC — particularly those who are remodeling — have a good sense of how the room should look and what products they should use. Often clients will insist that interior decorators use the products already present in the house. Other times a designer will need to start from scratch — especially if this is a newly purchased or just-built home. An interior design company will need to figure out exactly what the client needs, which includes organizing rooms, picking flooring and wall colors, and finding furniture to complement it all. Sometimes that means he or she will have to recruit help from other Vancouver, BC home professionals to help create the perfect look for your renovation. Here are some related professionals and vendors to complement the work of interior designers & decorators: Architects & Building Designers. General Contractors. Home Builders. Design-Build Firms. Photographers.

    Do your research before meeting with an interior designer or home decorator in Vancouver, BC. Ask yourself what you want your space to become and what it will be used for. Figure out the extent of what you need help with, what your must-haves are and what your budget is. Interior design services can add up fast, so be up front with a potential design firm or individual from the beginning. Also, pick an interior decorator that fits your style. Browse through the portfolios of different Vancouver interior design firms and decide if you would live in those houses. Just because you like something doesn’t mean you could live in it. There’s a big difference! You can find more interior designers & decorators in West Point Grey. Ladner. White Rock. Port Moody and Bowen Island.

    Questions to ask when you meet with local Vancouver interior designers:

    • Can you give me a referral? (It makes a big difference to talk with a client who’s worked with the designer before.)
    • Can I see your design portfolio?
    • When will the home renovation be done?
    • Do you charge an hourly rate or a flat rate, or use the cost-plus method or a mixed method?

    Find an interior designer or home decorator in Vancouver, BC on Houzz. Narrow your search in the Professionals section to find Vancouver interior designers near you. You can also look through Vancouver, BC photos to find a room you like, then contact the design firm who designed it.

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    Minimalism in Interior Design: 25 Examples Proving Less Really Is More

    Stark, cold and boring? Simple, sleek and sexy? Regardless of how you view minimalist interior design, there s more to this widely embraced concept than most of us think.

    Delving into the theory of less is more, we need to rethink minimalism as not just a plain white box or cool ultramodern space, but as a concept that simultaneously showcases exceptional functional design while artistically creating a simplified way to live.

    Minimalist design started in the 20th century as a reaction to traditional and overly wrought classical details. In a nutshell, it s design that s stripped down to its essential purpose and identity by eliminating everything unnecessary. This pared-down aesthetic exemplifies simplicity at its best.

    Designers from all fields started embracing simple, clean design. Cars, electronics and architecture became more streamlined, a trend that continues in almost everything we appreciate today. You can thank minimalism for your sleek, compact and uber-functional iPhone.

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    The Intersection of Form and Function

    One of the first to embrace minimalism is Mies van der Rohe. In fact, the term less is more came from the German architect and educator, who used glass, steel and wide-open spaces to create his unembellished modern visions. His use of crisp lines and well-placed rectangle shapes created a sense of order.

    Accordingly, creating functional design elements in the most compact way is key in minimalist design. Take a simple rectangular floating wall. In many cases, it divides a space and doubles as a closet or concealed storage piece. But it also stands on its own as a piece of art and a focal point.

    Eliminating clutter and extraneous objects is also a hallmark of minimalist interior design. This simplicity allows the focus to remain on the room’s purpose and function, and on the beauty of its carefully selected furnishings.

    Similarly, keeping color combinations to a minimum further enhances the serene and balanced environment. This doesn’t necessarily translate to keeping everything black and white. Pops of color, monochromatic hues of any color, and layers of textures such as wood and wool work well in any minimalist space.

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    Why Minimalism Works

    Minimalism not only looks great, it also has several benefits. First, an uncluttered, clean space is known to increase our happiness and health. Not being able to find something easily is a surefire way to dampen any mood and increase stress.

    Next, having something streamlined and designated for one purpose — without all the bells and whistles and multi-functional purposes we have grown accustomed to — creates a neat, fluid and relaxing environment.

    Another obvious benefit: Streamlined furniture gives you more space, even in the smallest rooms. Plus, a calm palette or limited color choice makes a room feel serene and less chaotic. Finally, less of everything means more money in your pocket.

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    How to Embrace It

    Even if you are a traditionalist and love your curves and frills, you can embrace some tenets of minimalism for a happy and healthy home. Here are a few tips:

    Declutter Your Home

    Who couldn’t use a little decluttering? Living in a clean and clear space isn’t just minimalist, it’s healthy. If you have accessories or other objects lying around that are just gathering dust, consider donating them.

    The same goes for old photos in outdated frames. Try consolidating them into a digital frame, or putting them in matching frames and creating a gallery wall. When you start clearing surfaces, you’ll immediately feel new life breathe into the room.

    Streamline Your Furniture

    Do you need every piece of furniture in each room? If there is a lonely ottoman just waiting in the corner for a non-existent guest to sit on it, remove it.

    Is your coffee table unnecessarily large? Try replacing it with a smaller one. Every piece of furniture that you remove or downsize will open up the space.

    Simplify Your Color Scheme

    Look around the room. Including accessories, artwork, rugs, window treatments and even furniture, how many colors are there? Simplify your color scheme by eliminating extraneous colors and keeping it to two or three colors.

    Try layering the same color in different textured pieces; for example, put gray wool pillows on a gray sofa. Or, if you already have a neutral room, add a pop of color for an artistic focal point.

    Focus on Function

    The focus of a room is often created by the furniture and accessories in it. Disjointed wall art or overdone window treatments, for example, don’t necessarily enhance the function of a space; they distract from it.

    That’s not to say that you can’t create an artistic feature in a minimalist room. Just do it with a piece that adds to the function, such as a handsome light fixture above an empty dining table, or a brightly colored piece of furniture. When embracing minimalism, ask yourself: Is this absolutely necessary?

    Minimalist spaces are known for balance and simplified beauty. For a healthy, less chaotic and aesthetically peaceful home, embrace a minimalist design.

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    Acquiring interior design services should not, and is not only for the affluent. I believe that an Interior Designer is an integral part of your project and can save not only money, but your sanity as well, by providing task direction to facilitate and guide your project.

    Interior Design services provided for the following applications:

    • Residential – Renovation and Custom New Build
    • Commercial Office
    • Commercial Retail
    • Healthcare Dentistry


    • Individual Interior layouts space planning (AutoCAD)
    • Site Plans (AutoCAD)
    • Custom Millwork Design Elevations (AutoCAD)
    • Tile pattern layouts (AutoCAD)
    • Reflective Ceiling Plan (RCP, lighting layout) (AutoCAD)
    • All necessary construction schedules (door, window, etc.) (AutoCAD)
    • Scope of Work Development
    • Contractor Trade Liason
    • General Budget Development


    • Sourcing specification of hard materials fixtures (tile, stone, lighting, plumbing, etc.)
    • Furniture layout design
    • Custom furniture design
    • Textiles selections window treatments
    • Colour schedules
    • Wall Treatments – Wallpaper or other custom options
    • Accessories styling
    • Art Selection


    Jacqueline Brynjolfson, D.I.D, R.I.D, IDC Principal Designer

    Originally from Edmonton, Alberta, I migrated to the beautiful west coast in 2000. Fresh faced and on my own, I embarked on an amazing journey of self-discovery and exploration. I didn’t always know I wanted to be a designer and dabbled in many areas of life, including accounting, education and acting, but struggled to find a right fit.

    After finding my feet here in the lower mainland, and at the suggestion of my then-future-husband, I began an intensive education in the Art Institute of Vancouver’s Interior Design program where I studied under some of Vancouver’s best interior furniture designers, artists and instructors. In the spring of 2007, I graduated having achieved the prestigious Dean’s List award and quickly began apprenticing under one of Vancouver s most affluent independent designers, allowing time to explore the multi-faceted profession I had chosen. I was then carried to the door of a budding, award-winning design-build contracting firm where I trained in the finer points of construction practices and project management to accompany my extensive formal education and inherent ardour for design.

    I have recently achieved one of my primary career goals, and successfully wrote the National Council for Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ). acquiring the elite Registered Interior Designer professional designation with the Interior Design Institute of British Columbia (IDIBC). Not one to slack, my future goals include completing the Certified Kitchen Bath Designer (CKD/CBD) designations from the National Kitchen Bath Association (NKBA) and procuring a teaching position with one of the preferred design schools in the lower mainland. I truly feel that education in career and life never stop and that one should always strive for betterment in all areas to achieve balance and success. With each new client and each new home or space, I find myself with further opportunities and challenges to realize my personal and professional goals.


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    Program Details

    Apply your creativity to a real-world environment with an internship in Interior Design. You will get to expand your knowledge of this field by learning about the different codes, design, and culture applied in this field in another country. Assisting int

    Location: Melbourne, Australia; Sydney, Australia Program Type: Intern Abroad Degree Level: Undergraduate Term: Year Round Work Types: Arts & Architecture

    Program Overview

    Program Description: Intern in the mega-diverse, sport enthusiast country also known as the land down under from one to six months and immerse yourself in Aussie culture! Most of our internship placements will be located in Sydney or Melbourne. Placements can last from 4 weeks up to 6 months. Life down under will help you develop professionally while experiencing a culture that is different from your own. Weekly social events are also arranged so you are sure to make many new friends from around the world during your time abroad.

    Apply your creativity to a real-world environment with an internship in Interior Design. You will get to expand your knowledge of this field by learning about the different codes, design, and culture applied in this field in another country. Assisting interior designers, modeling, choosing themes and patterns as well as the basic administrative and client related tasks will all be explored so that you get a well-rounded view of what a career in this field is like!

    • Internship placement and supervision
    • Airport pick-up
    • On-site orientation
    • Housing*
    • Cultural and social activities included in a weekly e-newsletter
    • Medical and Accident Insurance
    • 24/7 emergency support
    • WI support services from start to finish

    *Housing in Sydney is in shared student accommodations. In Melbourne, homestay arrangements are made and 2 meals per day will be provided to the intern. Setting Description: Inhabitants of Australia are thought to date back over 60,000 years, making Australia an interesting mix of established traditions as well as new influences. There is a lot of unique art in Australia that is a direct representation of the indigenous people as well as their multitude of migrant cultures. Due to the diverse geography of the country and its mild weather, sports are also a huge part of every Australian’s life. Beach culture is also a huge part of being Australian and there are over 3,000 miles of coastline to explore! Snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef, surf in the Fleurieu Peninsula, or splash around Parsley Bay when you aren’t busy interning! Cost: Please visit our website for details.