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Spaceio, a recently launched online portal with everything related to home or office décor, has invited Middle Eastern interior designers and architects to experiment ideas.
The website provides a range of services across the globe harbouring the largest residential design database community, spurred by social networking tools, said a statement.
Designers can create a profile with details important for public display. They can upload updated information to their ideas, projects or services, it said.
Kumud Sambasivan, managing director, Spaceio, said: “Middle Eastern people come with a strong taste for high end designs historically speaking and Spaceio.com will capture these images and help you collaborate with the world.
“Architects and designers from this region could be a source of inspiration for the developers of newer homes being created in China, India, South America and blend with modern concepts of the West.
“One can register and login to benefit from those whose work inspires, message and ask doubts to professionals, read reviews from the community about architects, designers, landscapers and much more.”
The website was aimed at gathering interior designers, architects, contractors, vendors, realtors and photographers in a social platform and showcase their ideas to a global audience.
“At Spaceio you can display your work by reaching out to your audience and communicate with your prospective clients. As a professional, it becomes easier to reach out to your audience as one can tap Spaceio to its fullest potential. Being a visual platform it makes things easier as the works of a professional is put in front of many homeowners to see every day,” said Sambasivan.
“One can view a plethora of images, exchange and debate on ideas and share what you like to an unlimited extent. Surfing and browsing through the vast catalog of images and ideas is a cakewalk and one can also save pictures of ones choice with notes and comments. Privacy and collaboration options too exist which also assists in sharing and communicating more effectively with prospective clients across the globe,” he said.
“We at Spaceio are simply the catalysts – we guide you so that you get connected with the interior decorators, home improvement professionals, and home décor enthusiasts. We allow users to get the design inspiration, project advice, product information and professional reviews and turn ideas into reality,” Sambasivan added.
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