Interior Architecture: Selections

Interior Architecture Process: Phase 2

In the Interior Selections phase of our architecture process focuses on appliances, material, and other fixed element selections. In this phase we will research and gather physical samples of proposed materials that are consistent with the aesthetic direction. Starting with the most complex areas like kitchens and bathrooms, we will propose selections that fit within your budget and timeline.


Our presentations during the Interior Architecture Selections Phase will be broken down by areas of the home including presentations for kitchens, bathrooms, bedrooms, and any other areas of the home. These presentations will include digital vignettes of key areas of the home. Although these are not fully photorealistic renderings, they will help you visualize the materials in use. Additionally, our team will study cost, specifications, durability, and installation methods for each material and will then curate a collection of physical material samples that you and you can see and feel.


The Interior Architecture Selections Phase cannot conclude until you have selected the materials that we will integrate into our drawings in the following phase. These selections will cover flooring, wall coverings, countertops, cabinetry styles, and color. Our team will curate a focused collection of options for you to see and feel. This will also allow you to see the many materials side by side, which is fundamental in the decision-making process.

Often, these materials will be selected from the large material library in our studio in NY. However, we may collect and catalog new materials that fit your unique project.