Interior designer announces a new concept that focuses on metropolitan regions
on Wednesday,March 30,2011 19:03
Prospective interior designers may want to know High Rise Design Service, which was recently introduced by a San Francisco professional. The designer, whose name is Sophie Azouaou, began to focus on designing for people who live in high rises, which showcases her concept of an urban high-end feel.
Azouaou, the founder of SophiSticate Interiors, explains that this concept enhances the spaces allotted by including unique furniture and arrangements. In addition, her company created artistic window coverings that aim to offer a unique design without becoming an obstacle or obstructing a view.
"The trend in San Francisco is buying a slice of [it's] skyline, since [the city] is a mere seven miles by seven miles," she said. "Therefore, the only place to build is in the sky."
Individuals who are interested becoming interior designers may want to keep new design techniques in mind, as up-to-date knowledge can prove beneficial, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, this field will experience keen competition in the coming years.
By Lawrence Thaler
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