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Thinking on Business Architecture and Interior Office Set-Up Design For Efficiency and Success

By Lance Winslow

If we really want our businesses to grow and be profitable, we must treat them like a business. That is not to say that every small business needs to run exactly like a finite capacity scheduling manufacturing model using only black-belt six sigma strategies, but it means even if we are not equating it to private space flight engineering, we need to treat the efficiency component with respect.

Now with that said we also must realize that the best businesses seem to have something extra that keeps them from becoming sterile, stale, and bureaucratic - the type of place people dread going. Not long ago the USA Today did a survey and it showed nearly 60% of the people "hate" or dislike very much their jobs. Hey, if you want to run a solid business, you can't be in that red zone on the pie chart.

You can go online and read all sorts of articles having to do with Business Architecture, Interior Design, Decorating, and find out about the latest cool pieces of furniture, supplies, and business equipment. That's all well and good, and you can hire a consultant who will use the latest architectural software to build a perfect fašade for your building and design a friendly, fun, and cool interior. Still, there must be work flow to win the game, remember you are in business to make money.

So, you can buy famous pieces of architecture, art, furniture, and outfit your office with whatever you want, you can even Feng Shui your office to harness the secrets to success, money, longevity, wisdom, and profits too. By announcing to the office that you are using secret methods of feng shui, you might get some chuckles at first, but it's the first step in really walking the talk about a friendly and efficient work environment.

In fact, to assist you and help get you started on this, let me recommend a very good book to you; "Feng Shui for Business - get the right start in business with good advice on Feng Shui of office design layout, office building site, office warming rituals, and business names and logos," by Evelyn Lip, Heian International Publishers Inc, Torrance, CA, (1996), pp 106, ISBN: 0-89346-326-4.

Rather than just concentrating on work flow efficiency and the bottom line, start considering people, attitude, and study the secrets of success when it comes to business architecture, and office interior designs. Think on this.




What Does an Architect Do Versus an Interior Design Firm?

By Steffen Roche

Many people who are considering doing some redecoration are forced to make the decision whether to hire an architect or an interior design firm. The truth is, these two careers can overlap in many ways, but there are some important differences. Before making a decision which type of professional to hire you should determine your needs and do some research to find out what kind of professional would serve you best.

Architect

An architect is an individual who is trained and licensed in the planning and designing of buildings who also supervises the construction. Architects are responsible for adhering to public safety and building codes, so a license is required to practice architecture. Generally, architects award their building projects to general contractors who complete the building process under the supervision of the architect.

Interior Design Firm

Interior design involves applying creative and technical solutions to a building or structure to achieve the desired interior environment. These solutions are both functional and aesthetic serving to enhance the quality of life of the inhabitants and to be aesthetically attractive. The design process involves research and planning in addition to the integration of design knowledge in order to satisfy the needs of a client. Interior designers draw upon the concepts of product design, architecture, and environmental psychology in order to create the atmosphere and design the client wishes to achieve.

The difference between an architect and an interior design firm can be simplified so much as to say that architects work with building structure and interior designers work with building decoration. The lines are not always so well-defined, however. Many architects also possess design degrees and many interior designers are also trained in the disciplines of architecture. Depending on the project, hiring a professional who possesses both qualifications may be exceedingly useful. Projects which involve extensive redecorating or construction may require the license and legal knowledge of an architect in addition to the design knowledge of an interior design firm. The answer to the question of what an architect does versus what an interior design firm does cannot always be answered simply because in many cases, these professionals are capable of the same things.




Architecture and Interior Design Writing - Choose A Good Writer For Your Magazine, Website Or Blog

By Deepanjolie Figg

Do you have an architecture and design magazine that requires good writers who can understand your in house style and implement given guidelines for producing timely, informative articles and features to increase your subscriber base?

Whatever your specific needs for a good writer are, this article aims at helping you focus on 5 key requirements of hiring an experienced writer who will deliver value-driven content for enhancing your publication's presence.

So, take a look below and apply these 5 practical tips for choosing a good writer for your magazine, website or blog pertaining to architecture or interior design.

Tip #1 - Check with the writer for past experience in your niche

While a basic interest in architecture styles, trends, techniques etc. is a positive quality for choosing a writer who can deliver on your long term vision for the magazine, website or blog you own, it is essential you hire a writer with experience in your particular niche.

Writers with mainly health articles, financial articles, SEO articles experience to their credit may not be the perfect fit for your specialty publication, especially if you have a select target market. Face it, the whole point of your publication is to get more readers, win more sales and increase subscriptions, right?

So, why not choose someone who can hit the ground running for your specific content requirements?

Tip #2 - Choose a motivated architecture writer who is clued in on interior design topics as well as SEO

Hiring a motivated article writer who has knowledge and interest in architecture as well as interior design helps you do away with the necessity to constantly spoon feed and prompt the author to create and present informative content.

Such a writer will already possess the skills required to direct pre-qualified traffic to your website or blog with a knowledge of organic SEO when writing on a variety of topics.

This is because even if you are a print magazine, you are sure to also have a blog that will require fresh blog posts on similar topics as presented in the magazine issue and if your chosen writer can switch between both print and web styles easily, you have a good match for two styles of publications in one unique author!

Tip # 3 - Pick a writer who can address customer concerns and connect with your readers

If you have a B2B publication and are looking for a business writer to help get the message across for various products and services offered by advertising clients of your magazine, you need to hire someone with knowledge of market presence of similar products and services if existing, the target audience and possessing a style of writing that grabs attention and gains respect of new customers.

For B2C publishers, hiring a writer with solid knowledge of effective ways of connecting with readers and converting new readers into subscribers is like having an arsenal for assured business success.

Tip #4 - Choose a writer who can provide well researched articles on a variety of topics

Your chosen architecture or interior design writer must not only be able to follow given style guidelines and understand your target readership, but also have the proven ability to conduct adequate research for articles even on new topics, like emerging technology, materials, techniques and global trends.

No valid topic should be considered off-limits and the writer must be willing to explore and delve into various credible sources to write about different facets of the basic information you provide about an assigned topic, making the article valuable to readers!

Tip # 5 - Can your writer work independently to deliver complete articles that are ready to use?

Working with new writers and having to mentor them constantly can be a real pain when it comes to running a design magazine, website or blog, which has so many business aspects to monitor.

Hiring an experienced, knowledgeable and motivated writer can help you concentrate on business promotion, advertising revenue or improving subscription platforms etc. instead of having to oversee the writer's entire body of writing.




Art of Interior Designing Solutions

By Aida Holt

Interior design is the art of applying the knowledge of interior space, with the manipulation of spatial volume and surface treatment application. Interior space design draws on aspects of environmental psychology, interior architecture design, product design and furniture design in addition to traditional decoration. An interior designer is a person who is an experienced professional in the area of interior design or one who designs interiors as part of their job requirements.

Modern Interior design is a creative practice that analyzes programmatic information, establishes a conceptual direction, refines the design direction, and produces graphic communication and construction documents.

After a design layout has been finalized, the interior designer will start specifying the materials, finishes, and furnishings required, such as furniture, lighting, flooring, wall covering, and artwork. Depending on the complexity of the design project, the designer will need to prepare drawings and submit them for architectural review which later requires approval by a construction inspector to ensure that the design is equivalent with all applicable building codes. If a design needed any structural work, the designer will need to work with an architect or engineer for that part of the project. Most designs also requires hiring of contractors to complete technical task such as lighting, electrical wiring or plumbing,. If required, the designer will select qualified contractors and write up work contracts.

Interior decoration is the art of decorating a rooms of house so that it looks attractive, easy to use, and functional well with the existing design architecture. The aim of interior decoration is to provide a unique "feel" in the room; basically it encompasses applying wallpaper, painting walls and other surfaces, choosing furniture and fittings, such as light fixtures, floorings and providing other decorations such as paintings, sculptures and carpets.

 


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Great buildings that move the spirit have always been rare. In every case they are unique, poetic, products of the heart.
Arthur Erickson

I am but an architectural composer.
Alexander Jackson Davis

I believe that the way people live can be directed a little by architecture.
Tadao Ando

I don't build in order to have clients. I have clients in order to build.
Ayn Rand

I don't divide architecture, landscape and gardening; to me they are one.
Luis Barragan

I hate vacations. If you can build buildings, why sit on the beach?
Philip Johnson

I have designed the most buildings of any living American architect.
Alexander Jackson Davis

I love building spaces: architecture, furniture, all of it, probably more than fashion. The development procedure is more tactile. It's about space and form and it's something you can share with other people.
Donna Karan

I try to give people a different way of looking at their surroundings. That's art to me.
Maya Lin

 

 
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