Creative thinking outside the box
Thinking “outside the box” is a state of mind. Looking at lines and angles … calculating in centimeters and degrees … evaluating everything by height, width and depth … interior design could be easily viewed as a simple three-dimensional math problem.
But when you’re sitting with an anxious first-time home buyer and using words like “perspective” and “ambiance” and, God forbid, “Feng Shui” … our job takes on several different dimensions. When it comes to interior design, most people don’t know what they want, but they know what they don’t like, and they seem to know what they like when they see it. Getting to that point is a unique journey.
At Euro Design, our job is to listen, interpret and draw on years of experience managing projects as small as a studio condominium renovation right on up to a multi-million-dollar mansion. Most people would say that you can’t solve an emotional issue with computer technology, but we beg to differ. When a customer walks into our showroom, full of angst and confusion about their home design, we apply experience, understanding and a dazzling display of technological knowledge to soothe their anxiety. That is possibly one of the best applications of computer technology we’ve ever heard of.
We take the client’s requirements and ideas and massage them with the most state-of-the-art three-dimensional architectural computer programs available. Our customers are directly involved and see, from a very real perspective, what works and what doesn’t. In the end, they walk away knowing exactly what their space will look like when completed.