D E S I G N P R O C E S S
First, we get to know the space. We can work off floor plans, photographs, or even schedule an onsite visit so that our designers can get to know the space to determine the best artwork placement and style for the job.
We take the floor plans and using your budget as our guide, we determine the key areas. We'll mark the recommended artwork locations on the floor plan, aiming to hit areas of high traffic first, such as lobbies, corridors, conference rooms, and restrooms. Then we assess if there is enough left in the budget to hit private offices or patient rooms.
LISTENING + TRUST
When you contact the crew here at TOC Artwork, you are in good hands. We start by listening to you. What is your vision for the space? What are the project requirements? What does the space need? What is your budget? What is your timeframe? We strive to hit the sweet spot where beauty, practicality, and accuracy overlap.
Watch this video which walks you through every step in the process of working with the TOC Artwork design team.
If you don't know all the answers yet, that's okay. Our experienced team will come up with an initial concepts board that is used as inspiration and a jumping off point. Then, based on your feedback, we'll get to work selecting art and saving you time.
FINISHES + CONCEPTS
In order to find the right art for the space, we'll discuss details like branding colors, finishes, and executive preferences (such as abstract vs. traditional) so that we can make sure the art is tailored exactly to the client's desires.
We refine the options and create an Artwork Proposal, complete with images, renderings, artwork specifications, and floorplans to easily orient the viewer.
We'll show you each piece of art, how it will be framed, the size dimensions, and where it's located on the floor plan so you can get a comprehensive look at how the art will play as a cohesive whole within the space.
ELEVATIONS + RENDERINGS
To ensure that the art is the right size, we take careful measurements and make elevations to show exact spacing. Some people are more visual learners than others, so we are happy to create renderings to show what the art will look like within the completed space.