The interior designer: a specialist for the layout of your property’s rooms
In general, an interior designer will be mandated by their client to work on the layout and ergonomics of the rooms of a building, whether it is an apartment, a house or corporate offices. However, they are not allowed to modify the structure of the building, nor to touch the load-bearing walls, while performing their functions. Thus, their role will focus on ensuring that the converted space is welcoming, functional, comfortable, while sticking to the aesthetic requirements desired by the client.
As a master of space layout, the interior designer can add or remove partitions, while playing with lighting and the choice of materials used. Finally, it may be necessary to decide on the location and distribution of furniture, or even working on their general design by modifying their shapes, lines or colours. To conclude, the interior designer is the true thought leader for the layout and distribution of spaces for a room, with an extended mandate that leads them to propose and carry out works.