Author: Lucie

Lucie is an Interior Designer and Space Planner with over 12 years of industry experience. Skilled in designing offices, education environments, bars and restaurants, leisure interiors, laboratories and retail environments. Lucie’s diverse experience gives her an excellent understanding of space and how people use, relate and move throughout it. Lucie has previously worked for Think Design, British Thornton and Cardinal Project Management, giving a wide range of experience and knowledge with a unique insight into Interior Design. After studying an Art & Design Foundation Degree, Lucie went on to specialise in 3D design and gained a First-Class BA (Hons) in Interior Design. Lucie also developed her skill set further by undertaking additional training in AutoDesk 3D Max and Revit, which was approved by leading CAD software developers Graitec. Her education has helped her develop her understanding of health and safety, regulations, design trends and best practices. She has also learnt of the impact of interior design upon people’s wellbeing and productivity. This deeper understanding and constant up to date knowledge on the latest workspace practices has allowed Lucie to publish a series of excellent whitepapers. Using AutoCAD and Revit, Lucie has a superb understanding of space planning and is able to prepare, alter and amend plans and detailed drawings, as well as, undertake site surveys and create installation packs. Lucie leads our Design departments Building Information Modelling (BIM) standards, implementing and maintaining a BIM library, and is able to work with architects, project managers and contractors on BIM compliant projects. Lucie’s Interior Design skills also enable her to create sample moodboards, static 3D visualisations as well as virtual reality tours. Within her 4 years at Flexiform, Lucie has worked on projects including Arup, Kier Group, HMRC, NHS Business Services Authority, Peterborough City Council, Leeds City Council, Frank Recruitment, Weston College, Laxtons, Highways England, St Mary’s University and Donaldson Timber.