An outstanding project is well detailed and documented.
The Interior Designer’s role may vary per project just as projects may vary in size, scope and detail, but all projects require a set of detailed documents to be successfully constructed. Drawings and specifications instruct your contractor and the subcontractors and establish the level of quality for construction expected by the client.
Whether the Interior Designer is the prime design professional organizing the entire project or a team member offering specific expertise, thorough documentation is the language necessary to communicate to the contractor your expectations and requirements for a successful built environment.
This stage of the project may be less interactive between Client and Interior Designer as the production of drawings and specifications from the approved design development phase is drawing and coordination intensive for all the project team members. This phase culminates in a review and approval by the client prior to distribution of the documents for permit or construction bidding.