Gowri Reddy is a masters Graduate from the SPA. Hyderabad. She has over 20 years of experience in Retail, Residential, and Corporate interiors and Architecture.
While Design is her main forte, she excels in public relations, client management, overseeing execution, operations and design development. Her expertise in understanding & delivering client’s requirement as helped her in carving a niche for herself.
Interior design is more about assessing the space in the room and then utilising it.
The room must provide the house several emotions. Making the decor in the space adaptable is another aspect of interior design that helps to bring the ambience to life.
Your office’s interior gives a special chance to engage customers by telling a fascinating tale about the origins of your company and your goals. It strengthens your brand recognition, showcases your corporate values, and adds genuine value to your company.
Using sophisticated modelling techniques and cutting-edge rendering technology,
architectural visualisation is the process of producing digital representations
of structures, buildings, and environments.
Contrarily, 3D visualisation gives you the ability to quickly give your clients
a realistic representation. Software for 3D rendering is quite capable. It comes
with a tonne of features, such texture libraries and 3D model templates. The artist
has access to all of it to produce designs that offer a lifelike virtual portrayal
of the project.
A design-build contract, often known as a design/build, D-B, or D/B contract, is a common method of project delivery in the building industry. A design-build contract combines the roles of the designer and the contractor, whereas the traditional method of construction calls for contracts with two different parties: a designer and a contractor. As a result, a project’s planning and constructing are handled by the same organisation.
Design-build agreements save time and money and can help keep owners from becoming embroiled in disputes between contractors and designers. With this type of agreement, the designer and the contractor collaborate as a team from the outset of the project.
Gardens, yards, lawns, parks, and other designed green outdoor places are developed and ornamentally planted through landscape architecture. Landscape gardening is used to improve the environment and create a natural backdrop for homes, communities, and villages. It belongs to the ornamental arts and has connections to gardening, urban planning, and architecture.
A beautiful natural landscape can be altered or made using trees, bushes, shrubs, hedges, flowers, grasses, water (lakes, streams, ponds, and waterfalls), and rocks. Also employed are structures made of artificial materials such decks, terraces, plazas, pavement, fences, gazebos, and fountains. Depending on the designer, the intended use of the specific site, the dominant culture, and current trends, many factors influence how important man-made components are in comparison to natural ones.
Architecture, as opposed to construction-related abilities, is the art and technique of designing and building. Architecture is a discipline that satisfies both functional and expressive needs, and as a result, it serves both utilitarian and aesthetic goals. These two ends can be identified from one another but they cannot be separated, and the proportional importance accorded to each can differ significantly. Every society, whether it is settled or nomadic, has a spatial relationship to the natural world and to other societies, and as a result, the structures it creates can tell us a lot about its environment, including its climate and weather, its history, its rituals, its artistic sensibility, and many other aspects of daily life.