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There are five stages in the design process that every designer or architect follows. It is a natural progression that helps take you from the beginning of the design to final built completion of the project, whether it is a house or an art piece. While design can be very artistic and free flowing, the design process can be seen as very scientific. It allows for checks and balances at each stage of the design process so that you know when you are drifting in a different direction.

The first stage is called schematic design. This is when the ideas are laid out and the potential problem that needs to be solved with the design is set forth. An architect will use this stage to get an understanding of the client's needs and wants and try to really understand what it is they are looking for in their design. It is at this stage that an architect will use such tools as an adjacency matrix and a bubble diagram to help understand the potential design requirements while putting together the criteria that are required.

The second stage is design development. This is when the design is starting to take shape and the spaces are understood and recognized. This is also when an architect will start picking out the materials and the structural system that will be used in the design. The style and direction of the design will start to be developed at this stage.

The third stage is construction documents. This is when the details of how to build the project are put together in a concise and thorough set of plans. A set of construction documents consists of the drawings and a set of specifications such as electrical diagrams. They are kept together so that a contractor has all the information needed to build the project.

The fourth stage is the bidding and negotiations stage. This is when the construction documents have been approved and an owner gets estimates, or bids, from potential contractors.

The last and final stage is construction administration. This is when the project is being built and the architect is in charge of interpreting and clarifying the drawings for the contractor. Many times this is the most time-consuming aspect of the process, because many different variables come into play when putting a project together.

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Residential Design

Residential interior design, as the name suggests, refers to the branch of interior design that deals with the designing of the interiors of residential buildings. Most often, designers specialize in work on residential interior spaces, because the requirements of residential design and commercial design can vary. Projects of this kind could range from designing the interiors of a house that is yet to be built (in which case, the input of the client is incorporated at the architectural planning stage), designing the interiors of a new house or redesigning the interiors of an old building.

Commercial Design

Commercial interior design is the branch of interior design that deals with the designing of commercial buildings and businesses. There are various types of commercial buildings, ranging from banks, offices, malls, schools, governmental projects and even amusement parks. Professional designers of commercial buildings often choose to devote their time to projects of a similar kind. For instance, designers who work on retail stores take up work on malls, boutiques, supermarkets and department stores.

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Turn a room into a walk-in closet

If you have an unused bedroom and need more closet space, consider turning the room into a walk-in closet. The project is extensive but it only requires a small amount of carpentry skill. Closet rods install with basic tools and the hardware required to install them is available in home improvement stores. After you install your closet, you'll enjoy more storage space and make use of your extra bedroom at the same time.

Measure the room's length and width with a tape measure and write down the measurements. Decide where to install the closet rods and whether there is enough room to install shelves.

Mount closet rods on one side of the room by installing closet rod brackets on the wall. Mount the brackets using the provided hardware at heights of 40 and 80 inches for double-stacked rods. Or mount one rod at a height of 45 inches. Place the bracket on the wall 12 inches from the adjoining wall, mark the mounting holes with a pencil, drill out the holes with a 1/4-inch drill bit, insert drywall anchors, replace the bracket and mount it with the provided screws. Repeat for the other brackets.

Insert the closet rod between the brackets and mount a support brace for the rod every 34 inches, by screwing the brace to the wall behind the rod.

Build shelves to mount on the far wall. Cut two, 12-inch boards to a length of 80 inches with a power saw. Cut five boards to a length of 34 inches. Assemble the shelves by placing the shorter boards horizontally between the longer boards, and screwing them together with wood screws. The result is a column of shelves with the longer boards vertically oriented and the shorter boards horizontally between them, spaced about 15 inches apart.

Cut 34-inch-long cleats from 1-by-3 pine boards. Cleats are used to hold shelving in place; they mount flat on the wall with the wider side facing the wall. Install these cleats on the wall 80 inches from the floor with drywall anchors and wood screws. Lift the shelving unit assembled in the previous step onto the wall so the back, underside edge of the top horizontal shelf rests on the top edge of the cleat. Drill pilot holes with a power drill and a 3/16-inch bit, through the back edge of the top shelf and into the cleat. Drive a 2-inch screw through the shelf and into the cleat to mount the shelf. Install another cleat under the middle shelf in the same way, and two along the sides of the shelving unit for added stabilization. This prevents the unit from shifting sideways.


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