The development stage of the project is one of the most interesting for the designer. It is where the natural talents of most designers find their expressive outlet, and where the individual can really make their mark on a project.

This is the stage where the needs of the client are taken and transformed into a workable, practical and aesthetic design solution. It is where ideas are generated and given life, where ‘flights of fancy’ are captured and turned into feasible and stunning reality.

Th e discovery of an idea and the realization that it can be used and made into something special is exciting, it is an experience that designers live for. It motivates and helps spur the designer on to discover more of what the project holds. Interior design is problem solving on a large and complex scale, but we are also adding the aesthetic touches, the humanizing elements, that make interiors appealing and functional on an emotional level.

Development work can sometimes be hard, requiring a great deal of thought and re-working until the result is as perfect as is practicable, but the pleasure and pride that the designer experiences when it goes well are worth the effort.How much development work needs to be undertaken depends very much upon exactly what the client requires from the designer.

If the client expects to see ‘concept sketches’ for a project, then only minimal design work may need to be undertaken; just enough basic space planning and the development of a few decorative ideas or motifs, for example, to allow the designer to produce sketch visuals of the proposals. If, however, the client wants to see a fully resolved design solution, then a great deal of development work will be undertaken; space planning, decorative details, and bespoke items will all need to be worked on, and this will generate a much larger number of drawings and supporting work.

It is not enough to try to ‘think things through’ and then create a drawing to record a finished idea, as almost no one is gift ed enough to be able to foresee a fully resolved and articulated design. Instead, it is through the act of drawing itself that issues are identified and resolved. Th is is such an important point for the novice designer to grasp: drawings are not made simply to record an idea or detail that has already been formulated in the designer’s mind. Instead, making drawings is a process of ‘thinking on paper’.

Drawing is crucial to the development of a design, an extremely powerful tool in the designer’ s arsenal. Sketching and hand drawing play a part in the lives of almost all designers, even those who use computers on a daily basis to turn their ideas into the drawings used for construction purposes.

Quick sketches and formal technical drawings are used in conjunction to conceive new ideas and examine their impact on the scheme. Plans are usually the first technical drawings to be made, but as soon as the first planning options are being explored, the designer should be thinking in three dimensions, so elevations, sections or perspective sketches will follow to show other aspects of the space.

Drawing is an excellent way of comparing alternatives, of seeing different options side by side. Aft er the project has been presented to the client, and the client has approved the work to date, further drawing will be needed to progress the project. These drawings, done in more detail than those for the presentation, will be sent out to tender to allow accurate quotes to be given by potential contractors.

They will highlight what work needs to be done to the space and, where necessary, will show constructional details, thus ensuring that the designer’ s vision for the project is realized by the contractors as intended.It should be said that, while the designer is always aiming to provide the best solution possible, that solution is almost certainly going to include compromises. At the very least, there will be competing, if not conflicting, needs and wants in almost every design brief. It is the job of the designer to make judgements and to prioritize

In some situations, it will be the practical that is the most appropriate, in others the aesthetic will win. You will be able to make these judgements having referred to your design analysis and concept.




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