A- Design Services
It is the process of envisioning and planning the creation of objects, interactive systems, buildings, , etc. Its user-centered, i.e., users are at the heart of the design thinking approach. It is about creating solutions for people, physical items, or more abstract systems to address a need or a problem. Nowadays, it can be categorized as a fancy sounding word, and there seems to be a certain number of misconceptions surrounding it. But what is it really at its core? Is it simply a process to make pretty looking things? Far from it. It doesn’t focus purely on aesthetics, nor is it about adding ornaments to an item. First and foremost is it about making the user’s interaction with the environment more natural and complete. While not being exactly an art nor a science, it takes elements from both. Art is about creating something that expresses the author’s vision, ideas, and feelings. While designers can express feelings and leave impressions through their work, doing so is not their prime objective. So, it takes the creating aspect of art, as it is about crafting an item, a tool, an experience even. On the other hand, it takes the problem-solving aspect of science. It exists primarily to address a particular need. To quote Steve Jobs: “Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” The goal of this process is to guide you and organize your work to turn ideas into concrete solutions. Designers do research and collect information about the problem they are considering: who is person facing this problem? Why? How are other people trying to solve it? From this research, they make a general hypothesis and identify the main features should be part of the answer. Then with these key aspects in mind it’s time to experiment different solutions and iterate. This last part is about learning from what works, what doesn’t to adapt your solution to fit the user’s need best.
1- Interior and Exterior Design
Interior design is the art and science of enhancing the interior of a building to achieve a healthier and more aesthetically pleasing environment for the people using the space. Exterior design is the process of shaping the visual appearance of the exterior of a building or structure, including the grounds and surrounding landscape. Both fields focus on creating functional and visually appealing spaces, with interior design typically focusing on the interior of a building and exterior design.
Interior and exterior design is a multi-faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment that solves the customer's problems and links space to business strategies and goals. These solutions are functional, enhance the quality of life and culture of the occupants, and are aesthetically attractive. Designs are created in response to and coordinated with the building shell and acknowledge the physical location and social context of the project. Designs must adhere to code and regulatory requirements and encourage the principles of environmental sustainability. Interior and exterior design can also influence the choice of real estate that will address the organization's needs through the architecture and design elements. The interior and exterior design process follows a systematic and coordinated methodology, including research, analysis, and integration of knowledge into the creative process, whereby the needs and resources of the client are satisfied to produce an interior space that fulfills the project goals.
Our scope includes :-
- Presentation for the design concept
- 3D Drawings
- 2D Drawings
- Materials Schedule
- Vendor List
2- Architectural Design
Architectural design is a discipline that focuses on covering and meeting the needs and demands, to create living spaces, using certain tools and especially, creativity. Therefore, the aim is to combine the technological and the aesthetic, despite the general belief that architecture is only a technological task.
In the same way, it mixes design, understood as the creative process, and architecture, which is based on the creation and presentation of solutions at a technical level. By mixing both disciplines, architectural design seeks the values and formal qualities of the works, through spatial experiences. In general, we associate it with drawings, sketches or outlines of a project, and it is one of its fundamental basis. In this aspect of architectural design, there are also other factors involved, that are related to geometry, space or aesthetics, among others. After all, architecture, and therefore architectural design, is made up of many elements and processes or phases.
When designing, an architect must take into account that he or she should carry out an analysis, to design and build according to the needs and resources, always keeping in mind the aesthetics and technical characteristics, as well as the basic rules of construction. That is why the process, capable of identifying all these variables must consider that it is necessary to reflect the needs, both artistically and technically on the paper (or software). In this case, the lines are the main element of the architectural design, which define several aspects such as the shape, dimension and positioning of the different spaces integrating the project.
Our scope includes:
- Shop Drawings
- As built Drawings
3- BIM Modeling
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a revolutionary technology that is becoming more common across the world. It offers means to revolutionize the industry, rapidly transforming the way buildings are constructed. BIM creates a digital model representing a physical space and the functional characteristics of that space. It augments the three spatial dimensions of width, height and depth with time, cost and function.
BIM provides the opportunity for construction teams and consultants to maximize time and money, limiting any resulting friction in a project.
Our scope includes :
1) BIM services, modeling, collaboration & As-built from LOD 100 to LOD 500.
2) BIM modeling. Includes delivery of revit 3D models, 2D deliverables such PDF sheets and CAD files, NWC & IFC files, and MS files.
3) Collaborative work, clash detection and walkthroughs.
4) With Revit and its special plugins we provide collaborative BIM environment for all engineering parties out of the company in addition to a collaborative environment within the team internally. While using Navisworks as the best and easiest tool for checking and coordination, we perform walkthroughs and clash detection reports.
5) Project management
Through BIM we are able to extract quantities, manage materials and prices through schedules, planning plugins , operational delivery and more.