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Elemental Design, LLC’s goal is to provide a well-thought out, functional space with a high quality detailed design to fit within every budget. This goal is applied to renovation, reconfiguration and new construction projects. We help you make the most impact with the money you invest in your project. The interior design process is integral part of the project from inception to follow up interviews after installation is completed. Interior design is an advocate for the end user and is a complement to a builder and an architect.
Elemental Design, LLC’s goal is to provide a well-thought out, functional space with a high quality detailed design to fit within every budget. This goal is applied to renovation, reconfiguration and new construction projects. The interior design process is integral part of the project from inception to follow up interviews after installation is completed.
The firm is driven by a passionate, values based commitment to improving the well-being of the company, society and the environment. The firm approaches business as a holistic, restorative company.
Customer service is the cornerstone of the firm. This is ensured by methodical application of the defined communication process. Elemental Design, LLC’s clients become part of the interactive design team working toward a common goal. This productive synergy is born from the free flow of concepts and ideas among the team and the application of the principals of the consensus process. Elemental Design, LLC will focus on moderating between client, user groups and design team to define effective solutions to space planning and design concerns, insuring total client satisfaction. A comprehensive programming process enhances the functionality of the final product.
Space Planning is the process where the project programming is fit into a two-dimensional drawing. While creating the space plan, the interior designer works through the three-dimensional puzzle to create possible solutions that fits as many of the clients wishes as possible. The goal is to fit all the requirements within the constraints of the architectural shell and code requirements while creating a beautiful space that meets the budget.
A well designed office space should address fire and life safety codes as well as functional elements (such as security, traffic patterns, work flow, deliveries, lighting, furniture layout) and aesthetic elements. For larger offices, a blocking diagram will work through departmental adjacencies prior to commencing the space plan.
Programming is the map that leads the project team to the target, fulfilling your functional requirements. The project team will assess your operations, staffing, facilities and future growth needs and then develop a comprehensive program to document your needs.
Programming phase services include facility analysis, data collection, furniture inventory, space requirements report and minimum performance specifications. Through the programming process, goals, implementation time frames, existing conditions and new facility requirements are documented and analyzed. This analytical process clearly informs all the involved parties of the organizational goals, types and quantities of spaces required and level of build-out needed for the project to reach the target.
In its simplest definition, a tenant upfit is the "fitting" of a newly acquired space to accommodate the tenant's specific needs. The process of renovation or new construction (build out) of the walls and other features to fit the new owner's business model and function. Whether the upfit entails changes based on building codes, safety measures, function or just for the sake of aesthetics, Elemental Design can provide design services to create the best space for your company.
The Space Requirements Report can be used as a cost estimating tool or test fit to see if a particular property will meet your needs for short term or long term planning. If customers can’t find it, it doesn’t exist. Clearly list and describe the services you offer. Also, be sure to showcase a premium service.
2010 IIDA re:Awards Hospitality Design Award of Recognition for FireKeepers Casino.
7.23.2011 New Orleans Times Picayune "New family room leaves all smiling" article on Myers Eggleston Family Room. See full article attached.