The Interior Design Process

The work environment is a leading factor in employee productivity, job satisfaction and retention. When you work with a professional designer from the beginning of the project, the office can be transformed from an institutional space to a personalized and productive environment. Designers examine business processes and work culture to develop a design concept that fosters collaboration, enhances performance and benefits employee health, safety and morale.

Interior Design Workshop ‘How to develop a design concept’ by Global Inspirations Design

Have you ever wondered how interior designers develop a concept? Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by choices or stuck for ideas with regards to your design projects? Then this workshop may be exactly what you need!

Global Inspirations Design offers workshops, interior design coaching and customised interior design services and also writes an award winning blog about all things design.

VIP Exhibition & Conference Concepts

Nowadays Exclusive Project Concept are a guarantor to reach "that extra mile more".

This video gives a small impression to you about details of an exclusive concept – in this case the Exhibition and Conference Concept, designed for Dar Al Shifa Hospital as a Silver Sponsor of Kuwait Medica Exhibition and Conference 2011, which took place 11 – 13 April 2011 at Kuwait International Fairground, Hall 7, Mishref, Kuwait.

For Governmental Institutions, Ministries, Companies and Institutions in Kuwait (especially but not limited to) we will arrange a concept which meets exactly your image, objectives and expectations.

We are looking forward to hearing from you and to be of assistance to you.

Ms Noura Iris Dapper
[email protected]

The Business of Design (Design Concepts)

In a business climate that views creative work as one of the last sustainable competitive advantages, design students need to understand what awaits them once classes are over. The Business of Design enables designers and other creative professionals to successfully apply their talents in the marketplace by teaching the basics of marketing, proposals, legal considerations and working with clients. If you’re looking for a tool to help your students’ bridge the gap between their creative knowledge and the essential business acumen required to be successful, then The Business of Design is a must for your classroom.