At Annaline Interior Design we consult on all matters of interior design including but not limited to:
1. Initial Consultation,
Appliances & Equipment
Paint, Wallcoverings and other FInishes
4. Construction Drawings
Reflected Ceiling & Lighting Plans
5. Project Management,
Procurement and Installation
Furnishings & Finishes
Paint and Wallcoverings
6. Green/Sustainable Design
The intention of sustainable design is to eliminate negative environmental impact completely through skillful, sensitive design. Manifestations of sustainable design require no non-renewable resources, impact the environment minimally, and connect people with the natural environment.
Beyond the "elimination of negative environmental impact", sustainable design must create projects that are meaningful innovations that can shift behaviour.
7. Universal Design
In the United States, the Americans with Disabilities Act (or ADA) is probably the most recognized accessibility law and the one architects and designers are likely to look to first when they have a project where accessibility is required. ADA guidelines are used in the design and evaluation of public buildings and facilities.
Other standards, such as the Fair Housing Act (FHA), American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards (UFAS) relate to housing and dwelling units. The purpose of these laws and standards is to create more usable buildings and environments for people with disabilities.
Alternatively, Universal Design is not based on any legal mandate and therefore is not measured by compliance with the technical criteria of any particular standard. Universal Design principles seek to make all envirinments equally usable by all people (regardles of ability) , to the gratest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specilized design.