Design Process


Designing interiors is a process similar to building a structure. Clients are encouraged to express their likes and dislikes and provide feedback. Initially, a project begins with an informative intake which is translated into a schematic design where a concept is born. Corporate projects tend to develop an overall interior concept and branding that flows throughout its office spaces. Residential projects usually adopt a continuous style with subtle variety from room to room.

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Computerized architectural drawings (CAD) are used to plan and translate designs to clients, contractors and vendors. CAD drawings enable quick turnaround, can be edited quickly and can be delivered to necessary vendors and contractors involved in the project. They document the project.

Furnishings, millwork, window treatments, interior materials, fixtures, appliances and accessories may all be suggested and specified for projects. A variety of options are available with variable factors such as cost, style, availability, stock and custom.

MMM's style exhibits a timeless design approach that mixes modern design with traditional and classic nuances. However, each project's design style is geared toward the client and project location with major elements leading the way such as color, scale, light, texture and lifestyle. We tend to push the limits of design to utilize the maximum level of function within a space.

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