A home can be many things. It can house many different types of people and families. The act of home design is to identify the needs of those who inhabit the space and balance the needs of comfort, functionality, elegance, and maintenance. Our homes are typically our most intimate and guarded spaces. Having a space that allows you and your family to be at comfort and ease is paramount to the design criteria.
The office needs function. It is the house of business, and business gets things done. In planning an office space, the needs of the employees are balanced by the needs of the company. The aesthetic, just as any other facet of the organization, needs to drive your vision and mission forward. Office design requires balancing the short and long-term needs of owner, employee, customer, and stakeholder. Having a space for business is a balance for all working stakeholders as a primary design criteria.
The storefront is your invitation to an experience. Designing that storefront is to identify the brand and market it towards those who would inhabit its space. This requires a balanced knowledge of the target market, the brand experience, management needs for the space. Storefronts are experiential spaces. Managing your customer experience is central to the design criteria.
Jillian is a professional instructor and practitioner in the following programs.
In addition, we can provide ad-hoc graphics and graphics design services as needed.
If you are without scaled drawings or construction documents, we can provide site measurement services. Often construction documents are provided but reflect an original design where as-builts were never produced or not currently available. We can make sure the job moves forward regardless.
We can source, budget, and make sure your contractor sticks to:
We are fluent with formal specification procedures. Make us a part of your quality control process.
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