The design philosophy of BC Interiors is shaped from the theory that a space reflects the unique personality
of the owner, coupled with functionality. We create special environments - architectural portraits - revealed
as expressions of the client.
Our process begins with "brainstorming" sessions and includes the development of a functional needs
assessment with thought given to operational objectives and project economics. Our success has come from our
ability to create a specific and appropriate solution for each project. We do not do cookie-cutter design.
Each project, like each client, is unique.
The organizational structure of BC Interiors contributes to the continuing success of our firm.
Robert Tobin, FAIA, is the Lead Designer and is responsible for every aspect of the design process.
A principal is assigned to each project, with a Project Architect to design and execute the project
from beginning to end. BC Interiors also has key staff members with considerable experience in sustainable
design and in implementing the LEED standard to respect the environment when designing a building.
The Lead Designer has a reputation of designing projects that not only "fit"
their respective sites but seem to literally "grow" from the site.
To effectively communicate a brand, we understand each business and its particular requirements.
We learn by looking, listening and a lot of mutual discussion. A rigorous analysis of our client's place in
the competitive landscape underpins our conclusions.