Interior Architecture

For the last 40 years, we created original, practical, and sustainable interiors that suit our clients needs and taste.

Through close collaboration, we help guide our clients to the realization of their goals and visions.


Services


Our services range from Interior architecture and design to exterior finishes and landscaping for residential or commercial projects: apartment, villa, hotel, restaurant, office, boutique, spa, etc

Whatever your project needs, we can offer any type of services from concept design, to turnkey projects, including but not limited to: Conceptual design, Construction Drawings, Shop drawings, Perspective, Interior planning, Interior finishes, Exterior finishes and Turnkey projects.


Technical Expertise


Our emphasis on Planning, Functional design and effective use of space involved is what makes our strength in the profession. Our interior designers are able to undertake projects that include arranging the basic layout of spaces within a building as well as projects that require an understanding of technical issues such as acoustics, lighting, temperature,


Styles


Modern: Modern interior design derives its influences from the modern art movement that preceded modern design. Modern interior design grew out of the decorative arts, notably Art Deco, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. ”Modern design uses geometric shapes, including rigid squares and rectangles along with smooth curves (“clean lines”). Perfect circles and ovals are also common in modern interior design. Modern interior design is also generally very simple and even minimal, with few ornamental flourishes to interrupt the even, unbroken lines and flat surfaces.


Art Deco: mainly based on geometric shapes, streamlining and clean lines. Color themes of Art Deco consist of metallic color, neutral color, bright color and, black and white .In interior design, cool metallic colors including silver, gold, metallic blue, charcoal grey and platinum tended to predominate.


French (Louis XV, Louis XVI): ornate, fanciful and decorative style is characteristic of French interior design. Colors range from rich, sun-drenched Mediterranean hues to softer, muted shades. Often, one color or fabric is repeated throughout the space.


Victorian: interior design draws its roots from the Industrial Revolution which had a dramatic impact on design during the era, increasing the prosperity of the middle class and allowing them to improve and upgrade the decor of their homes. Many chose to use architecture and furnishings that had previously only been available to the aristocracy and the upper class. In these homes, the owners crammed as many pieces of furniture, fabrics, and accessories as possible into a room, due to both an attempt to showcase new cultural interests, prosperity, and status, as well as the fashionable belief that bareness in a room was a sure sign of poor taste.


Arabian: mainly consist of Ornate print, Silk fabric in extravagant colors, utilizing a vast variety of accent pillows, persian rugs.


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Interior Architecture, Design and Landscaping services

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