Content of interior design documentation

Designing interior spaces is a complicated process, but finding a design office that best suits designing your dream home is even more challenging.

We strive to create interior spaces that are in harmony with your unique character, lifestyle and wishes

The information presented below will help you understand our operating principle, the specific work phases which the interior design project is made up of, and what exactly is included in the detailed design documentation to be handed over upon completion of the work.

Downloading of a demonstration interior design

Downloading of a demonstration interior design



In the case of newly built properties, it involves a detailed study of concept drawings or already completed floor plans prepared by the architect.
In the case of properties to be reconstructed, an inspection tour, surveying and photographing of the site are carried out.


We assess the client’s needs in detail.
The family model, room functions, habits, technical constraints and price category definitions are discussed here.
We refine the style trend based on the client’s ideas.

Floor plan design

Based on the existing floor plan or the drawing made at the time of the survey, we prepare several types of floor plan sketches.
We present them to the client and discuss them together.
When the final floor plan is completed, we start working in the 3D model space.

3D modelling

In this design process, we model the building, and then build the complex interiors step by step, paying attention to every minor detail.
We present the designed rooms in every given stage to the client (in the form of a rendering), giving an opportunity for minor changes, both at model level and in terms of colours and materials.
To conclude the process, we make photorealistic renderings.

Preparation of technical designs

In this stage, we prepare the complete technical documentation for the project: Floor plan with furnishings, Demolition and masonry design, Floor covering layout plan, Water and sewer stub-out locations, Suspended ceiling design, Lighting design (Lighting fitting positions, types and connections), Socket design, Wall views with technical drawings of custom furniture and specification tables.

Preparation of interior design documentation

During the last process, we prepare the detailed design documentation by combining our previously completed high-quality renderings and detailed technical documentation covering all building trades, and provide it to the client in .pdf format.


20.000,- HUF/m2 m2


20.000,- HUF/m -TőL


The interior designer is a kind of architect. The interior designer’s work is to fit out interior spaces. It requires a very high level of expertise since they can move walls, relocate spaces and interchange different functions. They fill the spaces thus created with content, playing with colours and different materials. They design the decorations and the lights. That is, from the design of spaces to the final fit-out of interior spaces, they deal with creating an intimate home with each element; of course, all this according to the client’s ideas, in constant consultation with them. It is important to note that an interior designer has a role not only in the case of a private property, but also as an agent for shops, food and drink establishments, and hotels. In these cases, of course, the needs are different and the function is different; nonetheless, different types of materials are built in since the target group is significantly different from that of homes.
We have already mentioned that this job requires a wide range of knowledge. But what are these areas? Well, for an interior designer, a basic knowledge of architecture is necessary. In order for them to design furniture, a certain level of knowledge of the metal and wood industry is required. In addition, they need to have up-to-date information about domestic and international design trends and the latest products.
And speaking of products, a good interior designer has an accurate knowledge of the places of procurement and prices of these products and materials, from simple mixer taps to curtains and to furniture. Since they work with the representatives of many different building trades (mechanical engineer, structural engineer, electrician, graphic designer and web editor) they need to know those fields, too, on a certain level since these areas are coordinated by the interior designer through appropriate communication.


It is very difficult to give a simple answer to this question. You can probably see from the above that there is no other field in architecture where as many different materials would be used as in interior design. In fact, we could say that only imagination and creativity can limit the materials used. However, it is worth pointing out that most interior designers prefer natural raw materials. But they play with the colours of the walls, the lights, glass, various antique and modern furniture, and the list goes on. You can say that the imagination of a good interior designer has no limits. And this boundless imagination is what creates the materials, techniques and technologies used.