Profession interior planner
Interior planners help clients in planning their interiors for commercial and private use.
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- Artistic / Enterprising
- Artistic / Realistic
- Room aesthetics
Assessment of how different pieces of a visual design can ultimately fit together to create the intended interior and visual environment.
- Materials for interior design
Varieties and functionalities of interior materials and pieces of furniture, equipment and fixtures.
- Evaluate spatial information
Manipulate, organise, and interpret spatial information to better determine the layout and placement of objects within the given space.
- Manage schedule of tasks
Maintain an overview of all the incoming tasks in order to prioritise the tasks, plan their execution, and integrate new tasks as they present themselves.
- Execute feasibility study
Perform the evaluation and assessment of the potential of a project, plan, proposition or new idea. Realise a standardised study which is based on extensive investigation and research to support the process of decision making.
- Meet building regulations
Communicate with construction inspection, e.g. by submitting schemes and plans, to make sure all construction regulations, laws and codes are dealt with correctly.
- Meet deadlines
Ensure operative processes are finished at a previously agreed-upon time.
- Create new concepts
Come up with new concepts.
- Ensure customer focus
Attitude that puts customers at the centre of the business in all cases.
- Guarantee customer satisfaction
Handle customer expectations in a professional manner, anticipating and addressing their needs and desires. Provide flexible customer service to ensure customer satisfaction and loyalty.
- Estimate budget for interior design plans
Estimate the budget for interior design plans. Keep track of total costs and material requirements.
- Measure interior space
Calculate measurements of the interior's size in addition to the materials and objects that will be used.
- Develop design plans
Develop design plans by using computer-aided-design (CAD); work in accordance with budget estimates; organise and conduct meetings with clients.
- Conduct research on trends in design
Conduct research on present and future evolutions and trends in design, and associated target market features.