The Biid Concise Agreement For Interior Design Services

•Additional clauses based on genuine professional experience of the designers. • Relevant for virtually all domestic and commercial domestic projects It has been designed to strike the right balance of risk between designer and client and is suitable for a wide range of projects, including commercial and domestic. In addition to planning services, it also offers the designer the opportunity to perform facility management services as an independent and impartial agent of the client, including monitoring the execution of work by others and the acquisition of furniture, furnishings and equipment (FF&E); or, as the client, take charge of simple work, decorations and/or the supply of FF&E. This is the first book that records the professional standard for the realization of an interior design project. Suitable for all interior designers, whether alone or as part of a design team, and for projects of all sizes, it provides instructions for every step of an order, from assessing customer requirements to convenient completion and payment. In short, clear and simple to use, the BIID Concise Agreement for Interior Design Services (CID/14) is a simplified version of the industry`s interior design form. Now even more user-friendly, this contract is suitable for all but the most important and complex projects and ensures a fair and balanced relationship between the designer and the client. This new edition has been made even more user-friendly and is suitable for all but the most important and complex projects, in order to guarantee a fair and balanced relationship between the designer and the client. As a progressive process, linked to the standard procedures of architects and contractors, it is full of practical advice and contains form letters and standard forms that can be quickly adapted to each order. It also contains a guide on the legal background, a clause explaining the standard form of the customer contract (ID/10) and an introduction to spatial planning. Fully supported by the British Institute of Interior Design, it will bring professional rigor to the way projects unfold and is essential to maintaining a competitive advantage in an overcrowded field.

Diana and Stephen Yakeley have been managing a multidisciplinary architecture, interior design and garden office for many years. This book is the distillation of their considerable expertise and experience. .