Talking Commercial Interior Designing with Harsh
When it comes to finding an interior designing firm that is passionate then Mansionly Global is the right answer. We apply our experience towards applying your designing goals whether it’s residential, commercial or hospitality.
Learning more about commercial interior designing makes one understand the area. That is why this week on designer chat, we got Harsh our commercial designing expert to share a little about his day-to-day work at Mansionly.
Great to have you with us Harsh and thank you for agreeing to do this. So let’s understand what exactly you do on your commercial projects?
I work on preparing drawings and doing test fits, preparing Bills of Material (BOM). I do this for every project I get involved in. Megha is my point of contact, she goes through everything I do and makes sure it fits with what the client wants.
Have you chosen to work primarily on commercial projects, or has this just happened over time?
I was working on commercial projects with my previous firm, so I just continued that when I came to Mansionly.
With your own personal experience, what are the major differences between residential and commercial design?
Residential is a bit slower than commercial when it comes to finalizing the designs as there are so many people involved in the process, for instance, when doing the daughters bedroom, you need to get her input as to what she wants, and the same applies for every room you work on. There are a lot of people involved in the process.
On the other hand, with the commercial space, you have one point of contact, so you get things finalized a lot quicker. Commercial projects are fast moving as everything needs to be decided quickly as there are strict deadlines.
What projects are you currently working on? If you’re able to tell us.
I’m currently working on GoHive Paras Trinity, we have given them a completion date, which is at the end of the month. It usually takes around 2 months at least from designing phase to execution. It will probably get done by the end of the month if everything goes smoothly.
Have there been any challenges with this site so far?
Well, we have created a double height space which wasn’t there earlier. We demolished a section of the floor to create double-height space for the second floor. This is always a tricky task, but we managed to get it done. We did this to enhance the entry level experience as this double height space is catering to the reception and the staircase that leads to the next floor up.
Well, Harsh, that’s all we have to ask – for now at least and would let you get back to doing awesome work. We’re pretty sure we ate into a bit of your break time. But it was great having this little chat with you.
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