Monica Bv: Enticing Interiors and Beckoning Designs

Monica Bv | Founder & Managing Director | Lavenk Design Consultants
Monica Bv | Founder & Managing Director | Lavenk Design Consultants

The interior design industry has a whole range of specialized fields and niches that go beyond simple design tasks of enhancing the quality and functionality of interior spaces. As the industry keeps evolving, interior designers redefine their roles.

As a professional Architect and an interior designer, you must possess spatial sensitivity and know about the functionality and artistic aesthetics. You will find these qualities among the remarkably successful architect and interior designer, Monica Bv

Monica is creating a difference with her enticing and beckoning interior designs. She is the Co-founder of a renowned Architecture and interior designing firm magnificently known as Lavenk Design Consultants. Monica and her partner Mr Rahul established this firm in 2019.

Lavenk Design Consultants provide end-to-end services in architecture and interior designing. With an exceptional skillset and precise knowledge, the design process of ‘Lavenk Design Consultants’ includes ‘living’ in the story, extensively researching the narrative, and paying careful attention to the settings and background descriptions.

In an exclusive interview with Insights Success, Monica Bv, Cofounder, sheds light on her professional tenure highlighting the uniqueness of Lavenk Design Consultants in the interior designing niche.

Monica, please tell us about your journey in the interior designing space.

Lavenk Design Consultants was founded in 2019. I commenced this firm with Rahul. We offer complete architecture and interior design services. Highlighting our legacy, we are into interior designing, personalized décor with mesmerizing and eye-catchy elements of interior designing.

First, we provided consultancy services. After that, we went through the process of execution. We initiated by conceptualizing, then learning about the psychology of the clients about what they want. We also appreciate input from family members. Designing depends on the thought process of the people. As a result, we don’t just create random designs just to execute them.

Everyone’s psychology is different; as a good outcome, we design and then provide them with a walk-through of the entire house before we begin working on each project. I believe that this is the primary thing to do.

Going on to the next step, we want our clients to walk through the entire house and check that they get precisely good results during the process.

What were the initial challenges you surmounted while venturing into the interior designing industry?

Initially, it was just about the execution. We did not face any difficulty in the design industry because we have been doing it for a long time.

When studying architecture, I worked on a design project that required meticulous implementation. As a result, we had no issues during the design phase. Our Firm dealt with vendors in the execution phase, then interacted with labourers and got the job done on schedule.

We avoid delays in delivering our services because once we commit to a client, we guarantee that we’ll provide it on time, no matter what.

What are the USPs that highlight your uniqueness in the field of interior designing?

First and foremost, we comprehend our clients’ mentality because each room must be made according to them—we consider the opinions of all family members to whom we are providing our services.

Furthermore, we provide walkthroughs for all projects ensuring no additional charges, as it covers all the aspects of the project—even if we’re doing only the interiors.

On the brighter side, the most important thing we follow is we stick to our schedules. We make it happen.

How is the adoption of modern technology enhancing the designing procedures?

I’ve divided modern technology into two distinct techniques. The first is the design phase, and the second is the implementation phase. Initially, we used to go to the site and tell clients, “You’ll find the wardrobe here. You’ll find the TV unit there.” And we did rough sketches or AutoCAD drawings for the same.

Now it’s time for the 3D technologies that are revolutionizing the industry. We can have the visuals at our fingertips. As a result, the client has the entire notion that the designing process will be completed in any space with a phenomenal outcome.

Moreover, we do not take measurements on-site if it’s a commercial building or any other large-scale structure with a floor area of more than 4,000 square feet—the process begins with a virtual scan of the building.

To get everything on the computer, the residence or any commercial space is practically scanned. Then, we can export it to relevant software and show clients/team exactly what’s going on, such as where the structural elements are.

So, these are the things that have matured so much in the design process that we no longer need to go on-site and second-guess. Technology is enabling reliability in the planning stages.

If we come to the execution phase, we have all these modular fittings, which provides us finishing with a better output. And people can even remove it and change the design however they want in the later stage.

What would you like to advise the budding aspirants who are willing to enter the field of interior designing?

My advice is post-pandemic what we are experiencing with the freshers is that they lack the skillset of practicality.

Before the internships used to be both onsite and office work, the minimal thing we are expecting from freshers; nowadays, is a speck of fairy dust. What I suggest is it is always better to go on-site, do the market survey, comprehend the fundamentals of the industry.

Client satisfaction is more important in any business because the client is the one who will be using the house or the commercial space for that matter. It should not be like the client is complaining about the space during the usage period.

They should get the best mesmerizing experience in the living or working space. If you are designing, there should be a story the house talks about you and your client’s family. So, whatever you do; make sure you create a masterpiece.

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