Architecture and interior design attract creative people who focus fully on building design. Interior Designer Jobs can be challenging and will need to blend their imaginative side with design flair to deliver value to each project.
As one of the project stakeholders, Interior Designers will typically work with a Construction Product Manager to deliver the project. The collaboration with third party organisations and specialists is vital in delivering on the client brief and you will need to develop a high level of commercial and technical awareness to ensure timely delivery of client briefs.
You are generally part of a multidisciplinary team and need to use your design background, knowledge of building regulation obligations to add value within design practices.
One of the many attractions to Interior Designer jobs is being able to work on buildings of special significance. The types of projects you’ll be working on will involve residential as well as commercial workplace design.
As at 2020, the average salary for this role was £24,450, although this varies with location and company.
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