Interior design – Arbon Interiors http://arboninteriors.com/ Wed, 18 May 2022 14:32:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://arboninteriors.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-120x120.jpg Interior design – Arbon Interiors http://arboninteriors.com/ 32 32 Breaking down barriers: Quintel Gwinn becomes an interior design star https://arboninteriors.com/breaking-down-barriers-quintel-gwinn-becomes-an-interior-design-star/ Wed, 18 May 2022 14:32:00 +0000 https://arboninteriors.com/breaking-down-barriers-quintel-gwinn-becomes-an-interior-design-star/ CHARLOTTE, NC — Quintel Gwinn, owner of Charlotte interior design firm Quin Gwinn Studio, says the journey to becoming a successful business owner is worth it to help younger generations break down barriers. Gwinn won Pride magazine’s 2022 Minority Business Breaking Barriers award for his success in the Queen City. Gwinn moved to Charlotte in […]]]>

CHARLOTTE, NC — Quintel Gwinn, owner of Charlotte interior design firm Quin Gwinn Studio, says the journey to becoming a successful business owner is worth it to help younger generations break down barriers.

Gwinn won Pride magazine’s 2022 Minority Business Breaking Barriers award for his success in the Queen City. Gwinn moved to Charlotte in 2010 and earned a degree in interior architecture from Queens University. She launched her own design agency in 2014.

She said the road has been a rollercoaster, but she is using her skills and knowledge to help the next generation of interior design entrepreneurs. According to the 2020 US Census, only 4.8% of interior designers are black, while 72.7% are white and 8.9% are Asian.

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To fill the gap, Gwinn employs all black women to diversify occupations.

“We should support each other and really work to uplift each other,” Gwinn said. “Especially with the stats. As women, we already have so much to work against, and we’re better off together.”

She hopes to add more diversity to her team with plans to incorporate a retail showroom where she can sell furniture and other home accessories.

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All you need to know https://arboninteriors.com/all-you-need-to-know/ Fri, 13 May 2022 08:47:11 +0000 https://arboninteriors.com/all-you-need-to-know/ One of the highlights of the upcoming Kia EV6 electric crossover is its interior. It is equipped with a futuristic design, a premium interior and a host of smart features and technologies. See the pictures Kia EV6 will debut in India on May 20, while pre-bookings start on May 26 Kia India is set to […]]]>

One of the highlights of the upcoming Kia EV6 electric crossover is its interior. It is equipped with a futuristic design, a premium interior and a host of smart features and technologies.



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Kia EV6 will debut in India on May 20, while pre-bookings start on May 26

Kia India is set to introduce its first electric vehicle, the Kia EV6 crossover, to the county. The company will unveil the electric crossover on May 20, while pre-bookings will start from May 26. Now we’ve driven the Kia EV6 before and were the first in India to bring you an exclusive review of the car, which you can find on the car&bike website. One of the highlights of the upcoming electric crossover is its cabin, which features a futuristic design, premium interior trim and a host of smart features.

Read also: Exclusive: Kia EV6 review

Also Read: Kia EV6 Electric Crossover India Pre-Reservations Open May 26

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The Kia EV6 gets a sleek, futuristic design, which is dominated by two high-definition curved audio-visual and navigation (AVN) screens, each 12.3 inches.

Now, the Kia EV6 isn’t the company’s first electric vehicle. The company has already sold models like the Soul EV, which are based on existing internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle platforms. The EV6, however, is the company’s first electric vehicle to be built on a dedicated EV architecture – Hyundai Motor Group’s Electric Global Modular Platform or E-GMP. This allowed Kia to offer increased cabin space compared to previous Kia electric vehicles based on the existing model architecture, which helped improve the overall experience.

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The two 12.3-inch curved screens sport great graphics with the right mix of information and connectivity.

The cabin itself has a sleek, futuristic design, which is dominated by two high-definition curved audio-visual and navigation (AVN) screens, each 12.3 inches. The graphics are very well done and the screens give you the right mix of information and connectivity. The section behind the steering wheel is the instrument cluster, while the one in the center is for infotainment and navigation. And below you get the HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) settings with haptic buttons. As for the seats, Kia offers a set of slim, lightweight and contemporary-styled seats that are upholstered in premium fabrics created from recycled plastics.

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The Kia EV6 also comes with a floating-style center console that includes an on/off button, illuminated rotary selector, wireless phone charger and cup holders.

The Kia EV6 also features a floating-style center console thanks to the dashboard that tilts towards the front of the car. It includes the on/off button, an illuminated rotary selector, a wireless phone charger and cup holders. Of course, you also get a center glove box with the top functioning as a center armrest. The EV6 also comes with a two-spoke steering wheel, which features a ton of on-board controls, including paddles to set desired regeneration levels and a button to select drive modes. A head-up display or HUD is also offered.

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The electric vehicle is expected to go on sale in India next month and will arrive in India via the Completely Built Unit (CBU) route.

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The Kia EV6 electric crossover will arrive in India via the Completely Built Unit (CBU) route and will be priced above ₹50 lakh, possibly in a single fully charged trim. The electric vehicle is expected to go on sale in India next month.

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Plan for the interior design of a small townhouse https://arboninteriors.com/plan-for-the-interior-design-of-a-small-townhouse/ Thu, 12 May 2022 23:20:08 +0000 https://arboninteriors.com/plan-for-the-interior-design-of-a-small-townhouse/ ” class=”lazy img-responsive” data-src=”https://www.iwmbuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/05/plan-for-small-row-house-interior-design-4- 920×518.jpeg” width=”920″ height=”518″ alt=”Plan for interior design of a small townhouse” /> If you’ve recently purchased a new townhouse and are therefore unsure how to decorate a small room, you’ve come to the right place. When developing a small townhouse, form and construction must be carefully considered. Since the design of […]]]>
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If you’ve recently purchased a new townhouse and are therefore unsure how to decorate a small room, you’ve come to the right place. When developing a small townhouse, form and construction must be carefully considered. Since the design of a townhouse is long and narrow, it can be difficult to keep the area open and clear.

Curtains

The curtains are usually hung on the window glass. Things are different in your townhouse. To help the walls appear taller and the ceiling appear higher, drape over window frames. Using curtains with smaller patterns or vertical lines to trick the eye is a great tip to remember.

Light paintings

The majority of townhouse interiors are painted white, light yellow, or beige. Soft, pale colors work well in townhouses because the light reflects beautifully and gives each room lots of personality. Neutral colors lend a pleasant contentment and relaxed feel to townhouse furnishings, while making them appear larger than their actual size. Acceptable colors for the living room and dining room are warm white, pastel yellow and beige. To create the perfect ambiance in the bedroom, choose softer shades of blue, gray and green.

Use mirrors

Mirrors can make a room appear larger. To create a sense of space, either use a focal point and angle a mirror towards it, or build a roof-to-floor mirror. Mirrors are reminiscent of both natural and artificial light, making the room appear larger and brighter.

Lighting

Along with traditional ceiling lights, wall sconces can be used to enhance a room and reduce the need for lights that take up more space and have a bigger footprint. The light spreading over the wall makes the room feel bigger. You can also enhance the architectural style of the room by using wall lighting.

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9 Black and White Interior Design Ideas to Master | Architectural Summary https://arboninteriors.com/9-black-and-white-interior-design-ideas-to-master-architectural-summary/ Thu, 12 May 2022 18:28:54 +0000 https://arboninteriors.com/9-black-and-white-interior-design-ideas-to-master-architectural-summary/ Black and white interior design has the power to give your home a lasting impression. Designers regularly incorporate this two-tone color theme into their creations to enliven interiors. The beauty of using black and white is that the palette is flexible and can look mod or classic, depending on how you use it. “I always […]]]>

Black and white interior design has the power to give your home a lasting impression. Designers regularly incorporate this two-tone color theme into their creations to enliven interiors. The beauty of using black and white is that the palette is flexible and can look mod or classic, depending on how you use it.

“I always like to inject glamor into a space, and one of the best ways to do that is to use a black and white palette,” says Carleton Varney, president of design firm Dorothy Draper & Company. “It’s extremely versatile, so you can create a bold dramatic effect or pair them together so they act as a neutral.” He adds that black and white interior design is ideal when used as a backdrop for other colors to pop.

Here, nine tips on how to incorporate these classic hues into your home.

Harmonize black and white tones

“Not all blacks and whites are created equal,” says Arianne Bellizaire, an interior designer in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. When choosing your “relative” whites and blacks, pay attention to undertones. If your walls have a hint of oiliness, make sure the whites of your upholstery and other accessories have oiliness too. “Pairing pure white with off-white will kill the effortlessly sophisticated vibe you might have been looking for,” says Bellizaire. “Similarly, if the black in your light fixtures has a tan undertone, make sure the blacks in chair legs, tables, and lamps also have that depth.”

Try the houndstooth

Varney says houndstooth upholstery is a great choice when looking to incorporate a black and white palette. “I think this model packs a lot of punch,” he says. “It looks great on a set of chairs, on a sofa, or as a cushion on a section, and works well with solid fabrics.” According to Varney, you don’t have to upholster every piece of furniture in houndstooth, you can mix and match freely while evoking a grounded look.

Black floor tiles and white grout work as a cohesive element. Photography: Haylei Smith

Pair black floors with white walls

According to Varney, one of the easiest ways to incorporate black and white colors into an interior is to have blackened or black lacquered floors contrasted with crisp white walls. “Add a large white rug and a set of wingback chairs in a bright color like lime green or aqua,” says Varney. “You will have a classic style space that you can live with for a long time.”

Add warmth with natural elements

A black and white interior design does not mean cold and austere. If the base of your design scheme bears these high-contrast colors, find ways to infuse warmth into your space by adding nature wherever possible. Bellizaire suggests doing this by choosing a warm medium brown wood floor or adding vibrant flowers to a beautiful vase.

Black furniture anchors the room. Photography: Haylei Smith

Install a checkerboard floor

Varney says one of her favorite Dorothy Draper looks is a black and white checkered floor. “It instantly adds interest to any room and can make all the difference,” he says, pointing out that the size of the squares has its own impact. An 18-inch square tile placed diagonally, for example, elevates a space and creates the illusion that the room is larger than it actually is. Checkered floors work particularly well in an entrance hall, living room or kitchen.

Put it on pow in the bathroom

A black and white palette in a powder room gives the space an immediate wow effect. Turn a basic all-white bathroom into a Parisian enclave by adding black accent pieces like a jet mirror frame or custom black and white towels. Remodeling? Add white marble and matte black hardware, even a black dresser. Up the glamor quotient with crystal sconces. Bold black and white patterned wallpaper further transforms the small space.

Adopt the stripes

Wide, glossy black and white stripes on the walls bring a playful element to any room, Varney says of Draper’s classic look. Juxtapose striped walls with black and white furniture and a striking red rug, for example. You can also paint the baseboard and chair rails white, the ceiling black, and add 15-inch-wide black and white stripes on the walls, connecting the chair rail to the ceiling. “It gives the space a cohesive look,” says Varney.

Don’t overlook other colors

Black and white may be the dominant theme, but your space should include accent colors, they bring a touch of the unexpected. Bright hues also add visual depth and texture to a room. Showcase vibrant colors in artwork, throw pillows or a trendy vase.

Mix B/W decor with flowers

Keep interiors lively with a floral touch. Incorporating all-white flowers into a black container adds personality to black and white interior design. Voluminous carnations, roses and peonies give off romantic vibes. White flowers with black centers — think black-eyed Susan and anemones — add a graphic element. For major drama, flip the spectrum with a small bouquet of black calla lilies or Queen of Night tulips in a white ceramic vase.

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Interior Design – Creative Discipline to Make the Most of Your Space https://arboninteriors.com/interior-design-creative-discipline-to-make-the-most-of-your-space/ Wed, 11 May 2022 14:26:21 +0000 https://arboninteriors.com/interior-design-creative-discipline-to-make-the-most-of-your-space/ “Design is intelligence made visible” – Alina Wheeler Smart Home Designs LLP is the latest design town talk, better known as Interiors by Ashwini Dongare – the design studio is founded and led by Ashwini Dongare – Bangar herself. Ashwini Dongare laid the foundation for Smart Home Designs LLP in 2019, with the will to […]]]>

“Design is intelligence made visible” – Alina Wheeler

Smart Home Designs LLP is the latest design town talk, better known as Interiors by Ashwini Dongare – the design studio is founded and led by Ashwini Dongare – Bangar herself.

Ashwini Dongare laid the foundation for Smart Home Designs LLP in 2019, with the will to do something extraordinary and the help of her loving husband. Ashwini, the founder and CEO of the company was born and raised in a middle class family, from a former rural area of ​​Maharashtra state, Beed district, Tal – Shirur Kasar, in a village called Khokarmoha. Ashwini completed his basic education in the same village and high school in the Marathi language, while his interest in drawing and sketching was budding from his school days. After a failed attempt to become an architect, it was when she admitted herself to an engineering degree at the University of Pune that she realized she wanted to invest her time in her passion which has always remained. interior architecture. After 3 years of practical learning and knowledge and a degree in interior design from the University of Pune, Ashwini rocketed into the world of design.

The need:

Interior design as a creative discipline has come into prominence due to the endless demand for homes and their possible need for renovation. In a country like India, which is dominated by a growing population, the size of cities in terms of infrastructure is also growing at a staggering rate. The growth of cities translates into the growth of homes, which further (you know where we’re getting here) translates into the need for interior design.

Although India has seen rapid growth in the demand for interior designers and craftsmanship per se, this has been due to a growing recognition of the importance of good design by the masses. Gone are the days when people were content with minimal pieces of furniture that were only added to the home when needed. Modern homes are designed with aesthetics, luxury, stature and keeping in mind the personality of the occupant. While the majority of the herd heads into catering for the luxury segment, Smart Home Designs LLP has focused on tapping into a market that has long been untouched by most interior designers.

The trip:

After graduating in 2015, Ashwini started her own interior design business. After completing just 2-3 projects in a year, Ashwini, with the help of her husband, Dr. Mukesh Bangar, registered Smart Home Designs LLP on August 14, 2019. “At the start of the business, Mukesh gave me supported in setting up the office, hiring employees and visiting clients. Without his enthusiastic support, I don’t think anything would have happened,” recalls Ashwini of the early days.

Smart Home Designs LLP is a leading interior design company in Pune for the development of residential properties and offering turnkey project management services. Today, Smart Home Designs is better known as Interiors by Ashwini Dongare.

Company USP:

Trust, quality and transparency

The company is focused on delivering projects to customers that possess the highest aesthetic and functional quality. The company’s ethos revolves around transparency in all aspects of working with the client, delivering on time and developing unique designs.

Vision:

Ashwini Dongare – Bangar embarked on a journey that originated in inspirational foundations. Her resilience to take on new challenges and build a business anchored in deep core beliefs sets her apart from the rest. Her vision is to make Smart Home Designs LLP the best interior design firm in India while encouraging and inspiring other women to take the path of entrepreneurship.

With hundreds and thousands of interior designers and architects nationwide, we see a rising star, a prodigy in the making, heading towards the goal of empowering other women through her hard work. The entrepreneurship scene in the country has been dominated by the male half, and seeing young female entrepreneurs leaving their mark and creating an impact is a thrill.

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Korea’s First Interior Design Platform ‘OHouse’ Attracts $190 Million Investment https://arboninteriors.com/koreas-first-interior-design-platform-ohouse-attracts-190-million-investment/ Mon, 09 May 2022 16:38:42 +0000 https://arboninteriors.com/koreas-first-interior-design-platform-ohouse-attracts-190-million-investment/ Everyone wants to live in a beautiful abode with eye-catching interiors and aesthetic furnishings. According to Statistics Korea, Korea’s domestic furniture market (sales of durable goods such as furniture, appliances and accessories) grew from around 73 trillion won ($57 billion) in 2018 to around 89 trillion. won ($69 billion) in 2021. The home improvement market […]]]>

Everyone wants to live in a beautiful abode with eye-catching interiors and aesthetic furnishings. According to Statistics Korea, Korea’s domestic furniture market (sales of durable goods such as furniture, appliances and accessories) grew from around 73 trillion won ($57 billion) in 2018 to around 89 trillion. won ($69 billion) in 2021. The home improvement market in Korea, compiled by the Korea Construction Industry Research Institute, will also reach 30 trillion won ($30 billion) in 2020.

This has helped Korean startup Bucketplace Co. rise to a leading position as an interior design platform selling a range of curated interior design and décor items. The startup that operates the popular lifestyle app – OHouse’ – has attracted a new investment of 230 billion won ($190 million) for the growing company. The small company started by three people has become the largest indoor platform company in Korea, with one in five Koreans joining.

This investment was led by the Korea Development Bank, which invested 100 billion won ($78 million). Domestic investors such as IMM Investment, Mirae Asset Capital, KB Digital Platform Fund, Smilegate Investment, global investment firms Softbank Ventures, BRV Capital Management and Temasek, Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund, have invested in this investment. Foreign investors such as Vertex Growth, a venture investment subsidiary, and BOND, a Silicon Valley investment firm, have participated.

Bucketplace to invest more in technological innovations

OHouse was established in 2013 with the aim of bringing the furniture and interior market online. The monthly transaction amount for the platform during peak season is around 180 billion won ($141 million). Recently, it has expanded its business to include various areas of Home-related services, such as construction, installation/repair and moving, so that all of the client’s Home-related experiences can be enhanced in one place. . Additionally, it entered the global market by acquiring Singapore’s online furniture platform Hipvan last year.

OHouse regularly invests in technology and infrastructure. Last year, it began a transition to a microservices architecture (MSA) to extend large-scale client events to more users and run stably. “OHome Delivery,” which debuted in June 2021, is also getting favorable reviews for its next-day delivery, free installation, and convenient return. Home furnishing retailer IKEA Korea also launched “O House X IKEA Korea Kitchen Installation Service”, a pilot service for IKEA Korea kitchen products in August 2021.

OHouse has a development team consisting of high-tech companies in Korea and overseas, such as Google, Amazon, Naver, Kakao, and Line. It plans to continue to significantly increase the recruitment of developers. Furthermore, it is driving various technological innovations, such as introducing technological infrastructure for stable scaling and advancing services using machine learning and 3D/AR. In addition, it plans to innovate the logistics network through technology investment and increase investment in hiring-related personnel. Bucketplace CEO Lee Seung-Jae said, “OHouse will become a super lifestyle app that can solve everything about home beyond the interior. We will do our best to expand globally.

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A Helpful Guide to Modern Interior Design — Retail Technology Innovation Hub https://arboninteriors.com/a-helpful-guide-to-modern-interior-design-retail-technology-innovation-hub/ Fri, 06 May 2022 09:07:16 +0000 https://arboninteriors.com/a-helpful-guide-to-modern-interior-design-retail-technology-innovation-hub/ According to several writings on decorating, the modern design movement took shape in the 20th century. However, it has received more recognition and approval in the 21st century. Experts characterize it to include monochromatic colors and is quite different from contemporary interior designs. On average, UK households spend between £1,000 and £10,000 to make their […]]]>

According to several writings on decorating, the modern design movement took shape in the 20th century. However, it has received more recognition and approval in the 21st century.

Experts characterize it to include monochromatic colors and is quite different from contemporary interior designs.

On average, UK households spend between £1,000 and £10,000 to make their interior look good together. Others may spend more depending on the desired theme.

If you’re looking to incorporate modern interior design elements when decorating your home, these tips should help.

1. Modern Industrial

Originally inspired by old factories and industrial buildings, this style brings out the beauty of metals and pipes. It focuses more on sets or items that you would normally find in an old factory.

For example, steel pipes, bolts, nuts, and other metal parts are common items in the modern industrial design home. It is believed to have minimalist appeal in some circles as modern industrial design eliminates opulence.

Moreover, modern industrial design highlights the fusion between architectural elements and industry. Indeed, therein lies the beauty. For some households, this is more than enough to complete the theme.

An industrial nightstand against a wide metal bed can complete the look in places like the bedroom. Also, as the modern industrial theme expands into the space, you may want to keep an open floor plan in your interior.

This way you can see the floor much more than the furniture. If you decide to include more furniture in this design, it is best if it is functional and versatile.

2. Eclectic Design

As the name suggests, eclectic design is a bit of everything put together to create a design theme. Eclectic style is a fusion of eras, colors, trends, shapes, etc.

It’s a carefree and whimsical approach to design for some interior designers. Indeed, there doesn’t seem to be a hard and fast rule when it comes to eclectic interior design. However, experts say a few things to consider to get the right look.

For example, if you are integrating shapes into the rooms, it is advisable to group them according to their sizes. Therefore, it is better to use at least two contrasting sizes to decorate your sofa with cushions.

The same goes for your use of patterns, colors and textures. The contrast brings out the eclectic look and makes your interior look modern and tasteful.

3. The Modern Farm

Farmhouse and modern seem like a sharp contradiction in interior design. But, believe it or not, it’s a trend in many homes. To help you understand modern farmhouse design, why not take a look at the traditional version.

This involves using more wooden elements, neutral colors and practicality. In contrast, the modern farmhouse focuses more on bright accents, smooth lines, and less use of rustic elements. That is why even in city centers, the interior design of modern farmhouses is attractive.

It is believed that people who go for this style want a mix of tradition and modernity. By creating this fine balance, the design of the modern farmhouse was born. Luckily, this country-inspired style is ideal for spaces that entertain family and friends.

This explains why you’ll often find more seating in a modern farmhouse living room. If he does not lose sight of the use of natural elements, he makes it a point of honor to create a mix between artificial and organic essentials.

For example, reclaimed wood combined with leather makes the perfect set of dining chairs in a modern farmhouse style home.

4. Scandinavian interior style

For starters, Scandinavian style is synonymous with minimalism. Indeed, this style was born in Scandinavian countries and eventually became trendy in the Americas and Europe.

The use of neutral colors and straight lines add beauty to the functionality of this modern interior design theme. Most often, the color white is the shade of choice for the walls.

More importantly, Scandinavian interior design relies heavily on a decluttered space. This is why many Scandinavian models have a long stretch of floors. Even with sparsely arranged furniture, the floors seem open and unoccupied.

The secret here is the maximum use of simple furniture with legs. The longer the legs, the more open the floors. It should be noted that even with minimal use of colors and furniture, the Scandinavian interior style is not bland.

5. Mid-Century Modernism

First, there is the belief that this is an American design movement. It has crossed borders and is now adopted in Europe and parts of Asia.

Mid-Century Modernism relied heavily on the use of geometric and organic shapes, which included the outlines of natural elements like leaves, seashells, puddles of rainwater, and more. On the other hand, geometric shapes are triangles, trapezoids, squares and those based on mathematical principles.

Therefore, the combination of organic and geometric shapes combines nature and man-made elements. It also looks like a mix of modern and Scandinavian farmhouse style components to complete the look. This style of interior was fashionable in the 1920s until the early 70s.

A dominant feature of this design is the clean, no-frills look. The mid-century style has become an urban and suburban design theme with a modern influence.

6. Modern Glamor

Even in the UK, interior designers believe that modern glamor originated in the early days of Hollywood, perhaps the 1920s to the 1930s.

Opulent use of vibrant colors, golden embellishments, artistry, comfort and luxury define this interior design. Having made a full comeback in the 21st century, it seems to have done very well in the UK.

Although some British homes like to add a touch of British vintage, the overall appeal still reminds you of early Hollywood.

Indeed, the options are many within the framework of a modern interior design. However, it is useful to be guided by certain elements.

For example, if your building is of vintage architecture, it may be unsuitable to decorate the interior with an industrial theme. In other words, the design of the house can influence the style to be used in the interiors.

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Flipspaces acquires architecture and interior design platform Renomania https://arboninteriors.com/flipspaces-acquires-architecture-and-interior-design-platform-renomania/ Thu, 05 May 2022 11:20:52 +0000 https://arboninteriors.com/flipspaces-acquires-architecture-and-interior-design-platform-renomania/ Interior design start-up Flipspaces has acquired Renomania, a platform for end customers to comprehensively discover and engage with architects, interior designers and brands. The acquisition is a 100% sale of the platform’s assets, database and all technology and intellectual property (IP), Flipspaces said in a statement Thursday. The company did not disclose the value of […]]]>

Interior design start-up Flipspaces has acquired Renomania, a platform for end customers to comprehensively discover and engage with architects, interior designers and brands. The acquisition is a 100% sale of the platform’s assets, database and all technology and intellectual property (IP), Flipspaces said in a statement Thursday.

The company did not disclose the value of the deal. Renomania, founded by Navneet Malhotra and Ritu Malhotra, has developed a web-based platform for architects, interior designers and contractors, who are present on the platform with their detailed portfolio including their vast body of work , for end customers to interact and engage. with. Kunal Sharma, Founder and CEO of Flipspaces, said, “Renomania’s technology provides an impetus to further evolve Flipspaces’ design technology stack to provide a signature platform for our design and vertical construction where we can partner with interior designers and architects to create a global consumer-oriented interior design and product delivery platform. ”Founded in 2015 by Kunal Sharma, Ankur Muchhal, Vikash Anand, Mrinal Sharma, Prafful Sahu and Ritesh Ranjan, Flipspaces focuses on the multi-billion interior design and construction market in India and the US.

Flipspaces is currently backed by CarpeDiem, a growth-stage private equity fund and consortium led by Prashasta Seth, ex-CEO, IIFL AMC.

(This story has not been edited by the Devdiscourse team and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Interior Design Associate – Chicago, IL, USA | Jobs https://arboninteriors.com/interior-design-associate-chicago-il-usa-jobs/ Mon, 02 May 2022 18:54:08 +0000 https://arboninteriors.com/interior-design-associate-chicago-il-usa-jobs/ We are looking for an Interior Design Associate to join us, working in all phases of the interiors process. As an integrated company, construction, interiors and analysts are all in-house. From the architectural phase to construction completion, you will produce CAD drawings, perform construction take-offs, manage procurement logistics and procurement of select FF&Es, among other […]]]>

We are looking for an Interior Design Associate to join us, working in all phases of the interiors process. As an integrated company, construction, interiors and analysts are all in-house. From the architectural phase to construction completion, you will produce CAD drawings, perform construction take-offs, manage procurement logistics and procurement of select FF&Es, among other things, for a variety of multi-family and commercial concepts. This position is suitable for someone who thrives in a fast paced multitasking environment. We are atypical because we are our own customers. We are a small group adept at designing a wide variety of spaces that respond to the geographic and lifestyle influences of target markets nationwide. Create intelligent spaces that create immediate links with their users. No day will be the same and you will work on several projects. We value someone with passion, egoless conviction, grace under pressure, and creativity. A conceptual thinker always looking for inspiration.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • A minimum of 2 years of experience as a design assistant or interior designer in the multi-family market.
  • Work with the Design Director through all phases of the design process on multiple projects at once, including but not limited to: sourcing new materials, creating automatic CAD versions of identification drawings and shopping selection.
  • Act as a bridge between the Construction PMs and the Director by creating design related take-offs, marking pre-construction drawing iterations for review, as well as RFIs and submissions.
  • Generate detailed plans, specifications and elevations in Auto CAD needed by construction teams. From bespoke furniture to wall elevations.
  • Coordinate and document delivery with warehouses and work with suppliers for replacements when items arrive damaged.
  • Take accurate field measurements as needed.
  • Order samples for the library.
  • Participate in the creation of specification manuals and turnover documents.
  • Assist with installations, coordinate deliveries and follow up after installation.
  • Maintain up-to-date and organized physical (if required) and electronic files.
  • Strong sense of urgency, organization and attention to detail.
  • Excellent communication, research and problem solving skills.

SKILLS

Experience with multi-family building types.

Self-motivated and confident problem solver with a positive attitude, taking initiative when needed.

Ability to present and articulate ideas, analyze and solve problems.

Ability to stand for long periods of time, carry, climb, stoop to load/unload various objects when needed.

Proficiency in AutoCAD, Excel, Word, Outlook required. In Design/Photoshop a plus

Car required (travel to job sites throughout the city and pick up required equipment)

Some out-of-state travel is required.



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