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When you want to build or renovate your home’s interior, you want to maximize your budget without missing out on quality and convenience. And that’s where Airtasker comes in. Our platform helps you locate nearby interior architects, get multiple offers in minutes, and pick from dozens of rated and reviewed interior architecture designers!

This beats having to ask for recommendations, hire through an expensive firm, or go over budget. Here’s how to get started: First, select the “Post a task” button and fill out the task post. Indicate your location, budget, the details of the job, and when you’d like to schedule your first appointment. Once you’re happy with the task post, tap “Get quotes” and wait for offers to pop up on your screen.

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Top Interior Architects related questions

What qualifications should an interior architect have?

In general, an interior architect will need an architecture degree from an accredited school, plus qualifications as a designer. Depending on where you live, the architect may need a licence or certification. Some years of experience or internship may also be necessary prior to the architect getting their licence. Make sure to ask the Tasker for proof of their licence or certification before starting your project.

What happens during the first appointment?

First, the architect will ask for your ideas and priorities. Have these on hand in the form of a mood board, scrapbook, or even a flash drive with photos. Next, you may expect the architect to give their professional input on window placement, lighting, and furniture layout. Then, they may ask for your budget or range. Finally, it's time for some Q&A! Feel free to ask for clarifications or a walkthrough of the entire project. 

How does an interior architect differ from an interior designer?

When you book an interior designer, they usually take charge of space planning, floor plans, lighting design, interior construction works, storage solutions, colour schemes, and designs for custom furniture. On the other hand, an interior architectural design needs to understand how the building is constructed and ensure that it is both safe and functional. They usually handle interior construction, compliance with building regulations. Meanwhile, interior architects typically work with more people and more technical aspects.

What questions should I ask my interior architect?

On your first appointment with an interior architect, it's a good idea to ask about their design experience as well as their architecture experience. You could ask them if they've worked on projects similar to yours, on a budget like yours. You should also ask them about how involved you need to be in the process, the timeline of your project, and if there are any challenges or issues you should know about. 

How do I design a small space?

When designing a small space, consider multi-purpose furniture, vertical storage, built-in desks and cabinets, and light colours. Mirrors can also give the illusion of more space. At the same time, dividers can help separate sections of a multi-functional room (i.e. the living, kitchen, and sleeping areas of a studio flat). Working with an interior architect can also help you make the most out of your space by refurbishing or remodelling the area.

Can I also find construction workers on Airtasker?

Yes, you can certainly find local building and construction workers on Airtasker! While interior architects may usually recommend builders, you might also try looking for more options through our platform. It only takes a few minutes to make a post, you get to specify the budget, and you could get dozens of options at once!

What do an interior architect’s services include?

Interior architects are typically in charge of designing the inside of a building, complying with building codes and regulations, understanding the structure of a building, and ensuring that the users or residents will enjoy a safe, practical, and aesthetically pleasing space.  

When you book an interior architect for your residential or commercial project, you can generally expect them to do the following:

Client consultation

The project starts when you and your interior architect meet up to discuss what you want for your new interiors. This includes your style, budget, and the purpose of the area. An ocular of the building usually follows this.

During this early stage, it’s essential to align with your fellow residents or co-workers before facing your interior architect. This goes both for the budget and the look you want to achieve.

Drafting plans

Whether you are creating a brand-new space, remodelling, or doing over the interior of an old building (while preserving its exterior), an interior architect will make the plans based on your style, the way the building is constructed, as well as local building regulations. 

After meeting with you and inspecting the site, it’s the interior architect’s job to create designs that show where walls, windows, doors, plumbing, electric wiring, and vents are placed. These may also include accents and furniture layouts. Once you've seen and approved these drafts, your interior architect may put together a timeline and cost estimate for the project.  

Design development

Next comes the nitty-gritty of the design process. The interior architect will come up with drawings and specs for cabinets, wall details, flooring, paint colours, etc. All of these will be checked to make sure that they are up to code. You and the interior architect will usually work together to make sure that each detail matches your vision. 

The interior architect will take charge of ordering items, talking to local electricians, finding furniture makers, and ensuring that everything happens according to the timeline. 

Once you and your interior architect are happy with the outcome of the project, you’re now free to enjoy your new workspace or home! If you have new furniture that needs assembling, you can use Airtasker to find a local furniture specialist who can do it for you.