Once the design process has been agreed to, one of the team will take the lead and manage the process from beginning to end. At a site meeting, or, if working off plans, at a meeting in the Dan Kitchens design studio, questions are asked regarding desired layout, style, finishes, appliances, budget, timing, etc…
Notes are taken, and, if meeting on site, the space is measured and photographed.
Once satisfied that the brief has been understood, a scaled plan of the space is created and different layouts are considered for the new kitchen design.
With over 30 years of experience working with varied and challenging projects, Dan Kitchens will consider structural changes and spatial solutions that others might have shied away from or missed altogether.
Clients are consulted and a fresh brief may be requested if substantial problems or challenges regarding the project are encountered.
Once an optimal layout has been identified, a detailed, hand drawn floor plan accompanied by a photo realistic illustration is readied for presentation, usually ten to fifteen working days after the brief was taken.