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The Design consultation is a service provided by the studio and our design professionals to offer guidance, expertise, and recommendations to individuals or businesses seeking assistance with their design-related projects.

Design consultants leverage their knowledge and experience in design principles, aesthetics, functionality, and industry trends to help clients make informed decisions and achieve their design goals.

Here's an overview of how design consultation typically works with us:

  1. Initial Assessment: The design consultant begins by understanding the client's needs, objectives, and project requirements. This may involve conducting interviews, reviewing project briefs, or visiting the project site if applicable. The consultant will ask relevant questions to gather necessary information and gain insights into the client's preferences and expectations.

  2. Analysis and Research: Once the initial assessment is complete, the consultant conducts further research and analysis. This may involve market research, competitor analysis, trend analysis, or user research, depending on the nature of the project. The aim is to gather relevant data and insights that will inform the design recommendations.

  3. Design Recommendations: Based on the gathered information, the design consultant provides recommendations and advice to the client. This can include suggestions on design concepts, color schemes, materials, layouts, and overall aesthetic direction. The consultant may also provide insights on how to optimize functionality, improve user experience, or enhance brand identity through design.

  4. Collaboration and Feedback: Design consultation is typically a collaborative process, where the consultant and the client work together to refine and develop the design ideas. The consultant seeks feedback from the client on the recommendations provided and incorporates their input into the design direction. This iterative process ensures that the final design aligns with the client's vision and requirements.

  5. Documentation and Deliverables: Depending on the scope of the project, the design consultant may provide various deliverables to the client. These can include concept sketches, mood boards, material samples, design guidelines, or detailed design specifications. The documentation serves as a reference for the client and any other stakeholders involved in the project implementation.

  6. Ongoing Support: Design consultation can extend beyond the initial phase of the project. Some consultants offer ongoing support and assistance, which may include reviewing design proposals, providing feedback on design iterations, or addressing any design-related questions or challenges that arise during the project implementation.

Design consultation can be sought for various design disciplines, such as interior design, graphic design, industrial design and architectural design.

The scope and duration of our design consultation is one hour, but can vary depending on the complexity of the project and the specific needs of the client.

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