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Client 1 • Well dressed working couple, mid-forties to fifties both wearing plain coloured business suits. • They have two children in college and a house dog. • Live in suburbs in de-thatched bungalow circa 1990’s. • Design a kitchen to suit this family?
Client 1 : Questions to ask • Dress style: neat, conservative nothing too loud. • Adult style kitchen? • Place for entering friends of woman / man & • Existing style why the change? • Replacing old with new, outgrown style, more efficient. • Pet friendly / child friendly • Likes /dislikes • Budget • Timeframe
Client 2 • Young hippy chic couple with small children want a large coffee table to suit lounge area. • Table to incorporate storage for children's toys. • House is renovated 1960’s cottage in the country. • Couple do most of their own DIY and renovations,
Client 2 : Questions to ask • Like colour • Child friendly furniture no sharp edges or trapping hazards • Likes /dislikes: probably native woods, natural finishes like wax etc. • Budget: may want up-cycling, not always the cheapest option • Timeframe always important J. Byrne 2014
Client 3 • Mid thirties male couple living in town apartment built early 2000’s. • One of the clients works from home as a web designer. • His partner owns a software development company. • Artefact: A bespoke display unit that will be positioned in their hall/ reception area.
Client 3 : Questions to ask • Budget: shouldn’t be an issue • Very contemporary style lots of gadgets • Should design incorporate or pay tribute to technology, web themed? • Should overall style be masculine? • Other factors?