Interiors: How our design firm found its true North

Nothing compares to going on site, but as long as design can be adaptable, so can our designers

31st January, 2021
Interiors: How our design firm found its true North
People are reassessing whether their existing layouts work for their current lifestyles, and perhaps reconfiguring the space within the property’s footprint is what’s needed

Last year was a shock to the business system. When the first wave of Covid-19 hit last March, we didn’t know what to expect in terms of the effect on the design industry and our business.

We didn’t think Covid-19 would be on our shores for as long as it has been, so when construction started to shut down we thought: “It’s fine, let‘s ride it out, continue on with our drawing packages...

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