Proprietor of the interior architectural practice 100% interior, founded in 1997. Studied Interior Architecture at the University of Applied Science in Wiesbaden and the University of Trisakti in Jakarta/Indonesia. During this time she worked at various firms of architects and interior architects. Diploma at the fhw 1996. Before starting her studies around seven years of international experience at Lufthansa, associated with contact with a wide range of cultures. Previously long stays in Paris/France and Manchester/England/UK.
“In a joint meeting we will explore your understanding of yourselves, your ideas and your targets while taking future developments into account too. So we don’t just implement your wishes, we advise and challenge you. This is necessary to make successful corporate interiors out of your offices that really reflect your corporate culture.”
Draft and planning
“Functionality is the basis for our overall aesthetic concept. Once the tasks have been clarified a pre-draft can be developed. This is the discussion basis for the final draft. 2D-drawings (CAD), perspectives (3D-visualisations), sketches and material samples will help you envisage the result. Other professionals such as lighting planners or communications designers can also be integrated in the planning as required. The following applies to everyone involved in carrying out orders e.g. suppliers and tradesmen: after we get the tenders we’ll sit down together with you to make the choice together. Because we work without ties to manufacturers we only represent the client’s interests. Planning is made for the real project from the beginning. Once the overall draft has been decided on, work starts on the details. Lastly, detailed drawings and products specifications are produced.”
Costs and time
“All our work, from the initial planning up to carrying out the last details, is embedded in a costs and time plan. Our fee is usually an all-inclusive figure oriented on the HOAI (German fees regulation for architects and engineers) for the hours required.”
Construction management and coordination
“Mostly we work in the planning phases and then take over the artistic construction management to ensure that what comes out at the end of the project is what was planned at the beginning. We are the contact partner for the construction management and for coordination on the building site. At the end the construction work is accepted, a process done together with the construction management and you, the client.”