Lenz Design - Interior Excellence
Interior design is a discipline in which technical and creative solutions are applied to a home or business interior to have as a goal of a structured environment. These ideas are functional, increase the excellence of life and way of life of the occupants,and are aesthetically smart. Designs are produced in response to and coordinated with code and regulatory requirements, and encourage the ideology of environmental sustainability.
Lenz Design procedures follows a methodical and harmonized tactic, including research, analysis and assimilation of knowledge into the innovative process, whereby the needs and resources of you are satisfied to create an interior space that fulfills the your projects goals.
Our work as an interior designer draws upon many disciplines including environmental psychology, architecture, merchandise design, and long-established decoration. We have planned the spaces of many different types of homes. Lenz Design is also attuned to architectural detailing including floor plans, home renovations, and construction codes.
Styles consist of an idea carried throughout a room to achieve a feeling of completeness. Styles can be confused with design concepts which involve a vaster understanding of the architectural theme and the requirements of the client. Period styles are often the aim of the interior designer. These periods can be Modern, Gothic, Victorian, Islamic, Louis XV, Louis XVI, Minimalist, English Georgian, Feng Shui, International, Mid-Century, Indian Mughal, Art Deco, and many more. Interior decoration themes have now morphed to include themes inconsistent with a specific period style thus allowing the intermingling of pieces from different periods. Each element should contribute to form, function, or both and maintain a consistent standard of quality and combine to create the desired design. A designer develops a home architecture and interior design for a customer that has a style and theme that the prospective owner likes and mentally connects to.
For the past decade, decorators, designers, and architects have been reviving the unique furniture that was developed post-war of the 50s and the 60s from new material that were developed for militaristic necessities. Some of the trendsetters include Charles and Ray Eames, Knoll and Herman Miller. A theme in home design is usually not overused, but serves as a guideline for designing.