### Interior Design Concept for a 2000 sq foot office space
Hi All, We look forward to receiving concept designs for a 2000sqft office space for a design company.
I have attached the autocad source file, and a scanned copy of our the actual measurements and our proposed layout for production area, conference room, etc.
- Not too formal. We would like some informal yet classy design concepts.
- Seating for around 20 people max in the production area (which is around 30" X 29 ")
- No cubicles pl. The team would have frequent interactions so we prefer running length computer tabes.
- Open to any color, any theme. Would you be sending 3D models? walk throughs? Or simple images? Thanks.
Thanks for your initial round of questions. I feel we need to be more specific about our requirements. Based on your questions, here are a few more details on our project:
- We need illustration of interiors.
- Yes we need lighting, painting, seating, etc.
Also, we noticed that many bids do not have actual profiles on interior designing for residential/commercial spaces, rather logo/web design.
Yes we may need:
1. Model the area according to your CAD plan
2. Decide the interior and start modeling the furniture.
3. Furniture and lights
4. Adding camera angles
5. Final rendering
We will be submitting your designs to our carpenters, painters & electricians. So, the details of images that you submit should be good enough to setup the office space completely. We do not need any 3D rotating models, walkthroughs, etc. At the end, we only need simple jpgs perhaps with specifications and one birds eye view.
1) All deliverables will be considered "work made for hire" under U.S. Copyright law. Employer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. (No 3rd party components unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the employer on the site per the worker's Worker Legal Agreement).
2) Video or photos of concepts
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Pl check project requirements again. I have added more information. Thanks.