Interior designers constantly concern about the gap between the client’s commands of the ideal space and the reality (typically the budget and the construction time).
Moreover, the cause of the distance between the budget and the client’s demands is not always about good design. Even though it is understandable fact that there can be slight of an incongruity between the client’s and designer’s perspectives of design concepts and sense, it is always a hard job to effectively explain the connection of the exact design concept and budget and to receive confirmation from the unprofessional clients.
As an artisan, designers utterly devote their heart for the project as much as the clients to create a meaningful result. Of course, they do think of the profit they will gain from the project. In reality, it is easy to notice the severe confrontation
among the high-quality design and budget.
However we, ETTE, try to mainly concentrate on making high-quality design at all times.
Of course, the choices we make do not always raise sympathy from the clients.
Ironically, even though the result of the self-estimation of our effort, budget, and final design is generally harsh, the rate of our client’s satisfaction is mostly high.
By this result, it is easy to infer that ETTE’s design mainly depends on the client’s decisions. Some might say that clients should make the main decision.
However, we, ETTE, never want to lose our unique artisan ‘spirit’. That is why ETTE is enjoying the ‘conflict’ until today.