About Giulia Adams Interiors

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Giulia Adams has worked as a designer for over 20 years and has gained extensive experience of collaborating with clients on their residential Interior design and commercial interiors projects. She is sensitive to the client's needs and responds to them in a creative and professional manner. Her holistic approach aims for a balance between the functional and technical requirements and the beauty and atmosphere of the overall space and how it will be lived in.

 

She studied at University College London and the Royal College of Art and worked for well respected architects and designers before setting up her own practice. Her combination of art history education, architectural training, technical and commercial understanding of interior design and wide ranging knowledge of artisans and suppliers, allows her to create unique and inspiring environments.

 

Giulia understands her busy clients and actively listens to their requirements, using her experience and skills to find solutions that are practical and beautiful. She will guide you through the design process, communicating with you at each stage and helping you to realise the unique project you have dreamed of. Whether it is a single room or a whole house; we will save you time and money, transforming your environment, increasing the value of your property and your enjoyment of it.

 

As each project is unique our fees will be agreed prior to starting work and may be charged on an hourly rate for consultancy work or on a fixed fee schedule for larger projects.

 

We provide the appropriate level of services for your project, from the expertise of a qualified architect, to the input of our lighting designer. We will co-ordinate with you and your team of consultants, contractors and specialists to ensure the smooth integration of services.

 

However some projects require a ready-made team and we have worked successfully on many projects with ; CAP (London) Ltd who are decorators, contractors and project managers; and Furniture by Martin a bespoke furniture designer and maker, and Clement Interiors who provide decorative finishes to provide a tailor made design, decoration, build and project management service for refurbishment projects. 

 

Here is a breakdown of the interior design services we offer:

Stage 1 and 2;
Taking the Client's brief and creating concept designs:

  • Establish the scope of works and feasibility

  • Prepare layout options

  • Create sample boards

  • Perspective sketches

  • 1:50 plans and elevations

  • Ideas for colours, furniture, lighting, finishes and fabrics

  • Research into finishes, materials and suppliers

  • Submitting planning applications and listed building approvals


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Stage 3 and 4; 
Design development, technical design and quotations:

  • 1:20 detailed drawings

  • Kitchen and Bathroom design

  • Bespoke furniture design

  • Lighting and electrical layouts

  • Specification of interior architecture

  • Preparation of tender documents

  • Submit drawings for building regulations approval

  • Obtaining quotes for all goods and services for approval by the client.

  • Liaising with structural engineer, architect and other consultants and suppliers

 

 

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Stage 5;
Construction

  • Inspecting the quality and progress of work on site and liaising with other consultants and contractors.

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Supply of Furnishings, Fittings and Equipment:

  • Oversee their manufacture, delivery and installation.

  • Produce detailed estimates and place orders on the clients’ behalf for the supply of all soft furnishings, window treatments, furniture, light fittings, antiques and artwork that are not part of the building work.

  • Placing orders on behalf of the client with specialist sub contractors and suppliers e.g. sanitary ware, surface finishes, kitchen and recessed lighting, which are part of the building work.

  • Oversee their manufacture, delivery and installation.


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Example working drawings

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