Interior design is considered a stand-alone science, it has its origins and its arts, as it includes a group of integrated studies through which we reach the integration of aesthetics of one space and better functionality. There are part of the studies that include the building as a block, and others are studied on the basis of each space separately, which the interior designer must be concerned with studying it and unfortunately it is neglected by some due to the lack of concern of the owner of it when studying architectural development and preparing plans, so interior design is not limited to colors or some Just pieces of furniture, as some think!
There are those who do not give an amount of their need to the interior designer, except after the implementation of advanced stages of the project, in this case the designer will provide you with limited solutions that will inevitably contribute to changing the general shape of the internal spaces, and some of the material costs will follow in return for the need to get rid of some concrete blocks or merge between The spaces in closed spaces to visually share with other spaces to give the real spaciousness inside the building. Some of the important elements that an interior designer investigates several issues:
1- Aesthetic use of the architectural plan to put beauty touches in it.
2- The distance as much as possible from the closed spaces to visually share with other spaces to give the real breadth of the building area.
3- Trying to avoid waste in some of its places in the architectural plan, such as corridors, entrance and distribution sites, because they are usually unused (dead) areas.
4- Study the doors in size and number to save, and make full use of them.
5- The windows and their views, especially in the halls and halls, on the ground floor.
6- The general harmony between the vacuum and its function.
7- Studying the main kitchen for its proper job performance, as well as studying its facilities for preparation and presentation, as well as the breakfast corner at other times, and its relationship with other spaces, and the individuals who deal with it.
8- Study the entrance in a way that confirms its role as a future that reflects the beauty of the place.
9- Study the guest’s laundries so that they appear in the appropriate place and shape.
10- Making use of the toilets space in the bedrooms in general, and in particular the bathroom in the main wing.
11- Finding more than one aesthetic and functional level in some of the spaces.
12- Redistribution of electrical outlets and communications inside spaces in proportion to the distribution of furniture and the functions of each vacuum to avoid duplication and unsafe connection.
13- Study the external facades to reflect the aesthetics of the spaces from the inside.