Buildings require systems to deliver heat, light, power and water throughout the structure, and to take away waste.
Although all but the end points of these systems are usually hidden from view, they do need to be considered by the interior designer, as they require space within the structure, and this may impose limitations upon the design.
Climate control, water supply and electrical systems
Climate control is achieved in many ways, largely dependent upon location. Buildings in temperate climates may need systems for both cooling and heating; those in tropical climates may only require systems to cool the space.
It is important to be familiar with the basic functions of these systems at the very least, as there is likely to be some evidence of their existence in the interior (radiators and air inlet/outlet grilles, for example) and the siting and accessibility of the controls is an important consideration.
Gas supply pipes for central heating boilers and cooking appliances will have some restrictions placed upon their locations within the structure by building regulations. Depending upon the construction of the building, installation or repositioning of these systems could be relatively straightforward, or it could be a major undertaking.
Water supply and drainage also require careful consideration. Supply pipes are relatively small in diameter, but drainage pipes are larger, especially soil pipes that take foul water from toilets. Building codes and regulations oft en place controls on where these can be positioned, which may impact upon options for planning bathrooms and the like.
Although electrical supplies have been built into houses for decades, many design projects now need to consider cabling for digital media such as televisions, phone, computer networks and lighting controls.
As with the other systems listed, cabling and power supplies can take up large amounts of space in walls, ceilings and under floors, and they should be considered from the start of a project.
Just as a designer would work with professional plumbers or air conditioning engineers, most would also sub-contract the design of integrated data and electrical systems to a specialist.
It is likely that the designer will have a large part to play in simpler installations of lighting and power systems, so once again it is sensible to have an understanding of the needs of these systems.
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