Great interior space impacts our lives on a daily basis. These are the places we come to learn, work, heal, gather, pray and live. Our interior design team at Garmann/Miller combines knowledge, passion, expertise, and creativity to design thoughtful spaces that serve our clients with increased performance, improved health, further flexibility, and enhanced comfort.
In all markets we serve, our team keeps our client’s end goals and values at the forefront as we design responsive interior environments. We begin by listening to and engaging key stakeholders throughout the process, and our work never loses focus on the end-user’s experience within the space.
Professional Interior designers hold a bachelor’s degree in interior design. Coursework and training covers a broad spectrum of topics, including: space planning, building codes, building systems, construction methods, lighting, furniture, art history, materials, and sustainability. The National Council of Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) regulates the qualifications of professional interior designers, including the requirements for higher education, years of professional experience, the passing of the NCIDQ exam. Ongoing continuing education credits are also required once a designer is certified, and membership to a professional organization (IIDA or ASID) is encouraged. Our interior designers at Garmann/Miller work collaboratively everyday with all professional design disciplines within our firm.