The design of the house is not so important as what kind of furniture it will include.
The house’s design, according to the designer, is a result of a combination of three things: The architecture, the materials, and the people.
The house’s designers and engineers are the same people, and their ideas are shared with each other in a collaborative manner.
For example, the house’s designer and architect are in charge of the design, while the general contractor is responsible for all the materials and labor.
It is the design that is more important than the materials that define a house, says Mounir El-Ghannoubi, the design director of the Moroccan-based design house, Aptel, which has been in business for nearly two decades.
“The house must have a certain level of design.
If the house has too much of a design, it won’t work,” he says.
“The house can be a real house or a piece of art.”
The architect and designer are the most important aspects of the interior design, says El-Shazali.
“They are the people who create the ideas, which is what defines the house,” she says.
“It’s not a matter of money,” says El Ghannouabi, who also works with furniture companies.
“A design for the money can have more design.
The designer has to create the idea, and he can’t be too busy with the house, so he can concentrate on the work.
When you look at an individual, it’s not so simple,” he adds.
“You have to look at his whole life, not just the years of his career.”
The designers, engineers, and construction workers are all working in close coordination, he says, and they are all in the same room at the same time, which makes their work so much more enjoyable.
The house is a perfect example of the importance of collaboration, El-GHannouubi says.
You see a lot of houses that look like a work of art, but then they turn out to be a piece with a low budget and a low quality, he adds, and then the designer can’t finish it because the designer is not in the room.
The designers have to think of the details.
El-ghannouibi adds that the designer has a very limited amount of time, and that this is the reason why houses are so difficult to build.
“When a house has no work, you can’t see the whole design, because the designers have so much time and the budget,” he said.
He also points out that, if the designers are busy with work, the people and the construction workers can’t have the same opportunities.
“There’s a gap between the people that create the design and the workers,” he explains.
“When you’re a builder, you have to be very efficient,” he continues.
“We don’t know how to make a house in a way that will give a good quality of life.”
The houses of the future have to have the highest quality of construction and furnishings.
And because of this, designers need to be able to collaborate, El Ghansoubi says.
For example, in the United States, the designers of modern-day modernist modernist homes have to spend two years designing the home, and three months with the builder to get it built.
In Morocco, El Haddad says, the architects have to complete the project within six months.
But in the Middle East, the process can take three to six months, El Ghanoubi explains.
El Ghannoudi agrees.
“It’s a very slow process,” he emphasizes.
“In Morocco, it takes seven to nine months to complete a house.
But in the U.S., it takes two to three months,” he notes.
El Ghanoubi adds that this difference in time can be due to the fact that the house will be constructed in Morocco, whereas in the West, the construction takes months.
El Gahanoubi also points to the need for proper sanitation and hygiene.
“Because of the time, the houses will be dirty,” he states.
“And the workers will be sick.
The house needs to be sanitary, and there’s no place for germs to hide.”
El Ghanoudi believes that the lack of proper sanitation in the countries of the Middle-East will eventually lead to a decrease in the number of people living in the region.
“For many people, their house will not be clean and safe.
They will be living in their home without any facilities,” he believes.
While the Middle Eastern countries will have the luxury of the best possible living conditions, El Dweimansoui warns that, due to this lack of standards, it is inevitable that these countries will fall behind in the field of modern design.
We have to get better, he notes, adding