Architects continue to argue that the design of interior space falls under their hat. The architect is qualified by education and experience to design the interior. They’ve always had this responsibility. But things have changed. Here we can see some facts on ‘Architect vs Interior Designer’.
Increased complexity in the design of interior environments has demanded a more focused expertise and skill set related to sustainable interior details, complex furniture layouts and bathrooms taking a whole new face, interior lighting and other aspects of the built environment.
Architect vs Interior Designer
Architectural education, given its inherent past, has failed to provide the focused experience at the interior scale needed to support an evolving and high level interior design practice. This is resulting in the two career paths to be connected, as it is impossible to separate the design of a building from its interior. Hence in actual we see a huge cap in the villa projects who solely has been designed by an architectural office. There is mostly a lack of finesse to the interior space, and the windows and facade of the exterior has mainly been prioritized. When we get such a project we usually rework the exterior for the client, during and after we work the interior.