Interior design planning is the process of creating a functional and aesthetically pleasing interior space. It involves the selection and arrangement of furniture, decor, lighting, cabinetry and other elements to achieve a desired look and feel.
Interior design planning takes into account the purpose of the space, the needs and preferences of the occupants, and the overall design aesthetic.
Overall, interior design planning is a critical component of creating functional and beautiful spaces. It requires a combination of creativity, technical skill, and attention to detail to achieve a successful design that meets the needs of the occupants and enhances the overall aesthetic of the space.
No matter which term you use, there’s a good chance whoever you’re talking to knows what you’re referring to, but have you ever stopped and wondered if you’re using the correct word? Or if the contractors, designers, paint pros, and other experts you’re working with think you’re unfamiliar with the process because you’re using the wrong word?
Is there a difference between a remodel and a renovation? Well, it depends on who you ask.
Interior detailing is the process of designing and specifying the decorative elements and finishes within an interior space. This includes selecting and specifying items such as wall and floor finishes, trim details, lighting fixtures, window treatments, and furnishings. Interior detailing is focused on the aesthetic and functional aspects of the interior design.
The level of detail involved in interior detailing can vary depending on the project and the client’s needs, but typically involves careful consideration of materials, color schemes, textures, and patterns to create a customized and unique design that meets the client’s expectations.
Kitchen and bathroom designs are specialized areas of interior design that focus on creating functional and visually appealing spaces for cooking, cleaning, and grooming. These designs involve the selection and placement of fixtures, appliances, and materials, as well as consideration of space, flow, and user needs. A successful kitchen or bathroom design requires attention to detail, knowledge of building codes, and a cohesive style that complements the overall aesthetic of the home or commercial space.
In the filed of contemporary interior design Nena Ocampo Villanueva & Associates, Inc. had been an established name since late 60’s. Nena Ocampo Villanueva was a 60’s member of the Philippine Institute of Interior Designers (PIID) becoming president from 1976 – 1979. During her term in office, she worked to formalize a uniform fee standard and the application of ethics in the profession for newcomers. As president, she organized the then annual interior design exhibit held at the Metrobank Plaza, Makati. Nena Ocampo Villanueva & Associates, Inc. had made an indelible mark on the interior design field that encapsulates the client’s own style through the process of education, exposure and creativity under the company’s guidance.
Nena Ocampo Villanueva designed the interiors of the Department of Natural Resources under the late Sec. Jose Leido Jr,. the Western Minolco Corp. offices at Legaspi Village and its rest houses in Baguio City, the internationally known Playboy Club of Hugh Heffner at Mabini, Manila, the Far Eastern Molasses Corp offices of the late Chick Parsons at Roxas Blvd., the M.Y. QUERIDA, a 65ft motor yacht of A.L. Sevilla & Associates and the private Cessna plane of Jose Leido Jr., among several projects.
This refers to designing furniture appropriate and sized according to the client’s function, comfort and proportions of the place. We design, re create the look of furniture base on what look maybe discussed with a client. A theme, a peg may be considered as a starting point.
Her son, Tito Villanueva, has now been at the helm of the interior design firm taking over from his mother when Nena took a more active role in her family’s housing and land development business on the demise of her only brother, passing on the highly personalized interior profession to her son.
For some 18 years now, Tito has implemented an eclectic approach to interiors. Each idea that is initiated by the firm is rooted in their ability to meld the old and new seamlessly. Now the principal designer for the firm, he has established himself as a preeminent designer in Manila. His inherent understanding of space, architecture, design style and furniture translates to every project handled by the firm. He blends the contemporary with antiques and traditional designs to create a fresh look that is intrinsically innovative and new. This diverse experience has culminated in the establishment of their new firm Villanueva Interior Designs Associates.
Tito Villanueva graduated from the De La Salle University with majors in Marketing and Communication Arts. A career change with long term apprenticeship from his mother, formalized with courses from the New York University has earned for Tito, a name of his own.
Not limited to residences, Tito has also designed the interiors of five Mann Hann Restaurants, two Mann Yann Restaurants, Hot Café at the Power Plant and Roxas Blvd., Café Brieze de Boracay in Libis, 2 Ta Yann Restaurants, the lobbies of Elizabeth Place and Valero Plaza both at Salcedo Village, Parc Chateau Condominium at the Ortigas Center, the lobby of B1 Alexandra, residences of stockbrokers Eric Lim and Eduardo Gaspar, in collaboration with interior designer Pandot Ocampo, residences of the late Eugenio Lopez and Marie Concepcion Young, film/TV & stage actress Pinky Amador, singer Jaya Ramsey, TV host/news anchor Korina Sanchez, the Senate offices of Sen. Mar Roxas, Sen. President Juan Ponce Enrile and Richard Yap to name a few.