Disrupting the Norm: How Architects Can Build and Maintain Stronger Strategic Working Relationships with Interior Design Partners
Explore the intersection of interior design and architectural design plans which outlines all space planning and interior fixtures & finishes prior to the start of any build.
Learn how to avoid the bottlenecks of keeping projects moving both during COVID-19 and beyond, despite clients feeling fearful or stuck in decision paralysis.
Discover the four key steps required to build and maintain strong relationships with strategic interior design partners that reduces client communications to create a micro-level, comprehensive design plan that works in tandem with the architect developing the master project plans, setting the stage for a new industry norm.
We will choose one lucky participant at random during the meeting to receive 5 complimentary consulting hours with Rebecca! Announced at the end of the Q+A session.
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Rebecca Yudice, Founder, Principal and Lead Designer, R&R Design Studio in San Francisco.
Rebecca opened R&R Design Studio in San Diego in 1988 to focus on working with clients, architects and builders to create turnkey projects from the ground up. R&R’s comprehensive design approach was so popular with clients that Rebecca opened a second office in the San Francisco Bay Area in 2000.
Specializing in full turnkey luxury residential, commercial and hospitality interior-design projects, R&R Design Studio is known throughout the industry for its comprehensive approach that empowers clients to have a better build experience by collaborating with each of their team members.