Service: Interiors Design
The science and art of making a building’s interior a better place to live and work for the people who inhabit it are known as interior design. Such projects are planned, researched, coordinated, and managed by interior designers. Conceptualization, space planning, site inspections, programming, research, communication with project stakeholders, construction management and design execution all fall under the umbrella of interior design.
If you’re an interior designer, you’re most likely employed by a design company or an engineering business’s architectural department. Self-employment is an option for some. Interior designers are predicted to have a 4% increase in demand between 2018 and 2028, which is around the same rate as the overall job market.