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Interior Design

As part of the SoL Harris/Day team, the Interior Designers work closely with the client and the architect from the project's inception to generate a well-planned, functional and creative interior design concept that meets the client's vision and budget. Finishes are chosen based on aesthetics and maintenance needs, as well as sustainability.

Beyond the scope of selecting appropriate finishes and furnishings, the Interior Designer aids in the programming, space planning, construction documents, project management, fulfilment of LEED requirements and occupancy phases. In addition to the above-mentioned services, the Interior Designers are capable of space needs analysis and coordinating relocation of furnishings and equipment.

At SoL Harris/Day, we are committed to developing exciting interiors that compliment the architectural design and express the image and character that our clients wish to portray to their end users.

Below is a sampling of our interior design projects, both new construction and renovation.  Click the links to view project info and photography.


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