Architecture is central to Daral Interiors and the way in which our company operates. Our international design studios have accumulated an extensive, inspiring and diverse portfolio, while our capabilities in an executive capacity have seen us deliver some of the Kuwait's most prestigious projects. The Daral Design philosophy will always have its roots in the creative and aesthetic, but it is ultimately founded upon a profound understanding of the client’s needs, the surrounding environment and the end user experience.
Daral Interiors is covering all aspects of office interiors and home interiors. The guiding principles are aimed to deliver the best interior designs. We believe that interior designs should relate to the essence of the place and surroundings over the year. Daral Interiors did many interiors projects in the State of Kuwait. It should be in related to the traditional and contemporary style with a positive approach to worlds architecture, interior with best designs and fit outs. For Office Interior, Home Interior, Villa Interior, Business Interior, we customize the furniture like Sofas, Racks, Computer tables to book-match the requirement of the client, which will enhance your work, business and living. We feel every project is unique and identifiable with its approach design attributes.
It is our belief that practicality and economic viability are as critical as attempting to create the spectacular and extraordinary. In our work, creativity and pragmatism are not mutually exclusive, and we continue to work to create spaces that reflect and also advance modern social trends and expectations.
The project starts with 'Programming' when you’ll meet with your architect to discuss all of your needs and desires for your new home. During programming, your architect will gather information on your building site or existing home (if you are remodeling). At this time, the owner and architect will begin to form a cohesive relationship and a shared concept for the final building. Once the requirements of the project are determined via the programming process, the design phase begins. Your architect gives shape to your vision through drawings. The architect provides a preliminary evaluation of the program, schedule and construction budget developed in the pre-design phase and prepares schematic design drawings illustrating the project to review with the owner. The designs lay out the program on the site and address schedule and construction budget requirements. Your input into this phase is vital, as you get the first glimpses, and then a more defined look at how your home will take shape. It is important to establish a clear decision-making process with your architect during this phase. Once approved by the client, drawings at this stage are usually sufficient to initiate any neighborhood review process. The beginning of design development (DD) is a logical extension of schematic design. In this phase the architect will translate the design of a project from the realm of ideas to physical form. DD tasks build on the approved schematic design to reach a level of completeness that demonstrates the project can be built. The schematic design is overlaid with more detailed information obtained from consultants and team members.
Throughout DD, it is important to evaluate how systems, material selection, preliminary structure, and detailing reflect the schematic design concept. The design team works out detailed coordination issues, while enhancing the project, so that major revisions are not needed during construction documentation or, worse, during construction. At this point, your architect will prepare to scale floor plans and building elevations for initial review and approval. This is an exciting part of the process where dreams get fleshed out into the three dimensional form of your home. Although your involvement will take time and numerous decisions must be made, working with your architect should be a fun and rewarding experience. You are encouraged to review your plans—to virtually live in them—at different times of day. Spending considerable time contemplating your design now, during the earlier stages of the process, will save time and potential expensive changes later. As a note of caution, significant changes made after approval of the DD’s, during the construction drawing phase, may warrant additional fees. Once construction has commenced, changes made to the design (especially those involving structural components of the building), can be quite costly; so make sure to speak up and voice your mind before moving to the next phase of design. The process will continue after approval of progress to this point. Continuing the design process, the architect prepares drawings suitable for permit submittal and construction which are referred to as construction drawings (CDs). These drawings are an instrument of communicating the project to those who will be involved in the construction of your home; the CDs set the parameters for the building process
CDs are produced on a larger scale and describe, in detail, the components of your home that need to be fabricated and assembled in order for it to be built. Tasks include developing the remaining elevations and beginning structural analysis as it relates to the architecture. During this phase the architect will interface with consultants (engineering, interior design, landscape, lighting, HVAC, etc.) ensuring a complete coordinated set for construction. The design process is a creative problem solving endeavor that transforms ideas and visions into the 3 dimensional reality of your home; it is an exciting journey. Once the design process is complete, you are now ready to begin building (or remodeling) your home. At this point, the architect’s involvement will vary, depending on who you are working with and what you’ve previously agreed upon.