• The Way We Work

    The Way We Work

    Zeroing in on a design scheme or look for your living space is not an easy task. With proactive conversations and a simple yet detailed process, NMD interiors plans the perfect look for your homes and offices.

    1.       Site assessment and preferences of the client taken by the design team

    2.       Digital library of materials is shown to help the clients choose products. This digital library is updated real time with the latest materials available in the local market

    3.       Materials are chosen from the local markets to save up on transportation costs

    4.       A 3D model of the final designed home/office is created along with the chosen materials to derive the exact cost and avoid material wastage. This model resembles the final design by almost 80%

    5.       After multiple meetings and discussions with the clients, the final design and cost is agreed upon.

    The most important work we do is the continuous communication with our clients, whether developing a new product, mapping out a strategy or simply giving advice.

    NMD Interiors always work on 4 verticals,


    The aim is always to acquire a deep understanding of each project and each product. The identification of the exact needs and desires of all parties involved is key in order to define the essence of the project. In addition to this we also tries to lever our influence on clients to make decisions believed to be better for them, the product, the end user or the production process.

    Idea Generation

    For us communication is the most important tool in our studio and in our projects. Whether it is with producer, manufacturer, each other or anyone else with a relevant input, it provides inspiration and insight. Dialogues within us are, we would like to believe, of positive nature: nothing is labeled as wrong or right, in the end the goal is to always get closer to the essence. An inquisitive and open- minded process is of great value to us.


    Visualizing the ideas, by giving them a material form, is an important communicative tool. Visualization will often involve hand- drawn and digital sketches, model- making and mock- ups as well as 3D visualization and detailed technical plans.


    The pre- production phase of the project calls for great attention to details. This implies the production of technical detailing, cost – and manufacturing analysis as well as packaging and life cycle analysis.