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The Designer's Role in Custom Furniture

The Designer's Role in Custom Furniture

The Designer's Role in Custom Furniture

Black & Key
Black & Key
on behalf of The British Institute of Interior Design

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Launch date: 13 Oct 2017

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Last updated: 13 Oct 2017

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The Designer's Role in Custom Furniture
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Description

In this CPD you will learn the key considerations designers should be aware of when customising a piece of furniture for a client through five case studies of one cabinet and its transformations.

Objectives

In this CPD you will learn
How to develop a bespoke design from a client’s brief
How to modify a design
and to understand the issues to be aware of when commissioning a bespoke or modified design and tips to help you in this process
Black & Key

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Black & Key
on behalf of The British Institute of Interior Design

Based in London’s Design Centre East in Chelsea Harbour, Black & Key, led by multi-award winning designer Karin Verzariu, RegID MBIID, offers a collection of furniture and accessories, all handcrafted in the UK.

The collection has grown from Karin’s desire to create beautiful pieces that can be fully customised and adapted to fulfil all the wishes of designers and their clients. This has resulted in timeless and versatile pieces which are made in the UK to the highest standards of craftsmanship with sophisticated materials. The pieces fit comfortably in contemporary as well as traditional spaces. The collection is re-imagined and augmented over time with new and original pieces and meticulously selected finishes.

A curated selection of art as well as accessories such as architectural ironmongery and cabinet handles, mirrors and lighting form part of the company’s collection, selected and designed to complement the furniture and to further embellish interior projects.

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