In this workshop learn how furniture and furnishing products are identified, selected and specified in an architectural and interior design project.
We’ll work through each of the stages that architects and specifiers use to make their choices. Starting at the design development stage within an architect’s office and the point at which the project’s compliance requirements are considered, through to how 3D models are sourced to when the client signs off and the project is real. We’ll compare the processes for commercial projects and domestic retailing and provide designers and manufacturers with a pathway to enter this specifier process. A must for any business looking to diversify access to its product range.
DATE: 10 October 2018
TIME: 9.30am – 12.30pm followed by Networking Lunch
WHERE: Holmesglen Institute, Building 5, Batesford Road, Chadstone, Victoria
Jonathan Muller Barch. is a graduate of architecture, designer and experienced visualiser. More recently he was Associate at a health planning and architectural practice. His expertise is in architectural and Interior concept design and software rendering working in the healthcare sector on projects ranging from low rise aged care facilities to major hospitals, both public and private. Jonathan has also designed furniture for a number of local manufacturers. He was an assistant to Fred Lowen at Module International and has been an Australia Council awarded designer/maker of timber furniture.