Whether you are looking for the design of a one-off piece of bespoke furniture, a complete retail store with POS display furniture & counters, a refit or a nationwide roll-out refurbishment plan of your restaurants, cafes or offices we are confident our design & prototyping department can deliver.
At Aspen Concepts, we understand that good design is an important part of any project. Our in-house team of experienced designers are joinery design specialists with familiarity in all aspects of design, from joinery and metalwork to lighting and signage.
Working in collaboration with you, our designers will take an initial design brief and push it to its boundaries, producing exciting and innovative results.
We will utilise modelling software and can provide 2D or 3D elevation designs, photo-realistic renderings and walk-through animations to ensure that the finished product is exactly as envisaged. Our 3D renderings allow the client to visualise the project, change material specifications, colours and finishes before committing to a final order.
Store layouts and walk-throughs can help the client visualise floor plans, reorganize workspace and ultimately view the finished project all whilst the design is still in the planning stage.
Using popular CAD formats and utilising the latest advances in 3D graphics technology, we can offer clients the ability to view/spin/rotate our designs on their own computers without the need for additional expensive software.
Once the design is approved we will generate 2D manufacturing drawings, this will enable the manufacture of each item to be made many times over by different people, but always in the same way and always to your specification.
You can of course provide your own architect’s or designer’s drawings which we can work to, roviding the most competitive quote possible.
If designs are not sufficient for client approvals we can create one off prototypes. These will be life size and manufactured as per our initial designs. Prototypes can be useful for ensuring that the sizing is correct and that practical things like cable routing or door openings work, or just that the piece is aesthetically pleasing enough.
Prototypes can also allow us to improve the manufacturing process, eliminating otherwise unforeseen issues before starting a larger, main production run.