Here’s what happens in this first key phase of the design process:
1. David takes a site measure of the existing or new space, creates a hand sketch of the field dimensions and determines with the designer what furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) stays and goes.
2. Based on his measurements, David creates a drawing of the existing site using Revit, a computer-aided drafting system. If necessary, he also creates a conceptual sketch of the space.
3. Next, he creates a Proposed Plan in Revit based on the requested interior changes. This drawing includes space and floor plans, elevations, preliminary furniture, cabinetry placement and finishes, plumbing fixtures and placement, flooring and lighting.
4. David presents his Proposed Plan to the interior designer who reviews them and makes any necessary revisions. Based on this input, David revises the Proposed Plan.