Interior Design. 3D Images

Every request for an architectural or a design project will go through the following stages:

We receive your design brief and evaluate it for about a day.

We get back to you with costs and incorporate a time schedule for the job.

Once we get your approval, an initial deposit must be arranged.

Within the time frames we will present you the summary of ideas and inspirations for the project.

After you approve them, we will be expecting to receive the final payment.

As an output, we provide you with calculated visuals / renderings.

Terms and Conditions


3D rendering (modern design) – $5 for a square meter (minimal order is $200). The price can be negotiated if the project is larger than 200 sq meters. Returning customers are eligible for discounts.

3D rendering (classic design) – $8 for a square meter (minimal order is $200). The price can be negotiated if the project is larger than 200 sq meters. Returning customers are eligible for discounts.

Initial payment is 70% if the total project cost is below $400 and 50% if the total cost is over $400.

Number of images for each room depends on its size. Less than 10 sq m – 2 images; 10-50 sq m – 3 images; larger than 50 sq m – 4 images. Every additional image will be charged $50.

Time lines for rendering are established after a customer hands out the approved detailed concept and makes an initial payment. The request should be clear and concise and not leave any openings for uncertainty. Every task that has not been included in the original concept will be charged extra.

If the client wants to make changes to renderings, we are ready to make them twice free of charge, if the volume of work to be redone is less than 40 per cent of the whole project. If changes apply to 40% of the project and above, they can be done for the fee of $50 for every additional illustration.

Times of completion can be extended if a client doesn’t deliver required information within given time frames. Outdated requests will be completed with additional charge of 30-50 per cent from the original price. Client’s respond and approval waiting periods, and time needed for making the requested changes, are not considered a part of completion time frames.


Architecture and design planning phases

1. Schematic Design Phase

During the first phase—schematic design—we consult with a client to determine project goals and requirements. During schematic design, we will develop study drawings, documents, or other media that illustrate the concepts of the design and include spatial relationships, scale, and form for the client to review. This phase produces a final schematic design, to which the client agrees after consultation and discussions with us. The final design includes description of the project, general plan of the building, floor and roof plans, facades; 2-3 computer images, renderings, or models with overall dimensions, and graphic schemes.

Design Development Phase

Design development (DD) services use the initial design documents from the schematic phase and take them one step further. This phase lays out mechanical, electrical, plumbing, structural, and architectural details. It results in drawings that might specify design elements such as material types

and location of windows and doors. The level of detail provided in the DD phase is determined by the client’s request and the project requirements.

The phase is divided into three parts:




At every part you can expect to receive the following designs and calculations:

Architecture: detailed plans of floors, facades, stairs, sections and full dimensions, and other details.

Construction: calculations on general load and basement, walls and ceiling; other construction calculations and specifications.

Engineering: plumbing and water supply; ventilation and air conditioning; lightening protection project.

To begin the designing process, we need to be provided the following information:

- Link to the Google Map of the location.

- Land survey.

- A chart with the project description including a desirable architectural style (modern, classic etc), samples of exterior elements (stairs, porch, windows etc); interior and exterior finishing materials; plans of available connections to power and water supply (if any available).

III. Interior Design Project

Schematic Design Phase

We need to receive a detailed plan of the premises with all important measurements, including door openings’ heights and riser sizes. As an outcome the client receives:

Drawings and sketches of interiors and decorative elements.

Selection of decorative and finishing materials.

Schematic sketches of floor layout, 2-3 options. As one of them is approved by the client, it will be transferred into an explicit plan.

Walls placement / dismantling plan.

Furniture and equipment placement plan. The exact location of electrical sockets will be decided after furniture measurements are received from a supplier.

2D sketches and drawings of interior elements.

Draft 3D rendering.

Plan of water supply and drainage; exact location and measurements of sinks, bath tubs and toilets if needed (installation plan must be obtained from a supplier).

A schematic design of the interior must be approved by the client in a written form (by sending a signed scanned copy of the scheme) before it is transferred into a proper working floor plan. Any changed made after the plan was completed will be charged extra.

Working Design Phase

1. 3D rendering of the interior, 4 images. 3D elements can be slightly different from the real items, but all the measurements are exact and colors selection can be adjusted according to our advice prior to purchasing.

Drop ceiling plan with ventilation and electrical supply.

Hard-surface flooring plan; heated flooring plan.

Cable plan design (electrical sockets, TV and internet spots, wall illumination).

Measured detailed bathroom plans with tiles, fixtures and electrical cables.

A list of finishing materials with sizes and quantities.

A list of doors and door frames with opening directions.

A lightening equipment list (sockets, switches, lighting fixtures).

Estimation of purchasing expenses (based on internet shops prices).