Interior architect

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In an interior design project, an Interior Designer’s job is to arrange the layout and enhance your property to make it aesthetic and functional.

The interior architect, or Interior Designer’s job is to arrange the layout of living spaces and make them comfortable and pleasing to the eye by playing with the volumes, the lighting, the colours, the materials and the furnishings, taking account of the technical and budgetary constraints.

In practice, an Interior Designer is informed during an initial consultation of your requirements, expectations and your budget. Then he takes measurements and draws up a schedule of condition before producing 2D drawings on paper or 3D drawings on a computer. He then produces the technical elements of

the project (layout plans, sections, elevations…) and gives you an estimate of the overall cost of the work.
Once the project is accepted, the Interior Designer becomes the project manager and then the project supervisor. He is responsible for calls for tender from the various craftsmen involved (electricians, plumbers, carpenters, cabinetmakers, masons, upholsterers…), plans the works and ensures the coordination and follow-up of construction work until the time of completion and handover.

Who are the Interior architect registered on Freelance.com?
38 year of average age
6 years of exp. in average
Average daily rate for a freelance Interior architect.
Junior €232
Intermediary €305
Confirmed €322

What skills does a Architecte d’intérieur need to master?

The interior architect, or Interior Designer’s job is to arrange the layout of living spaces and make them comfortable and pleasing to the eye by playing with the volumes, the lighting, the colours, the materials and the furnishings, taking account of the technical and budgetary constraints.

In practice, an Interior Designer is informed during an initial consultation of your requirements, expectations and your budget. Then he takes measurements and draws up a schedule of condition before producing 2D drawings on paper or 3D drawings on a computer. He then produces the technical elements of the project (layout plans, sections, elevations…) and gives you an estimate of the overall cost of the work.

Once the project is accepted, the Interior Designer becomes the project manager and then the project supervisor. He is responsible for calls for tender from the various craftsmen involved (electricians, plumbers, carpenters, cabinetmakers, masons, upholsterers…), plans the works and ensures the coordination and follow-up of construction work until the time of completion and handover.

In which project is a Interior architect involved?

You can employ a freelance Interior Designer for the renovation or the construction of professional premises (shops, lobbies, doctors’ surgeries, restaurant, offices…) or a private dwelling.

He can also “dress” a home if you want to sell your property.

Finally, he can also install exhibitions, film or theatre sets and TV studios (scenography).

How to choose a Interior architect?

The interior architect, or Interior Designer’s job is to arrange the layout of living spaces and make them comfortable and pleasing to the eye by playing with the volumes, the lighting, the colours, the materials and the furnishings, taking account of the technical and budgetary constraints.

In practice, an Interior Designer is informed during an initial consultation of your requirements, expectations and your budget. Then he takes measurements and draws up a schedule of condition before producing 2D drawings on paper or 3D drawings on a computer. He then produces the technical elements of the project (layout plans, sections, elevations…) and gives you an estimate of the overall cost of the work.

Once the project is accepted, the Interior Designer becomes the project manager and then the project supervisor. He is responsible for calls for tender from the various craftsmen involved (electricians, plumbers, carpenters, cabinetmakers, masons, upholsterers…), plans the works and ensures the coordination and follow-up of construction work until the time of completion and handover.