TRANSFORMING SPACES INTO EXPERIENCES
Input Creative Studio is a New York City-based architectural and interior design firm with expertise in residential development, retail, hospitality and workplace interiors. We believe that the best interior designs synthesize unbridled creativity and intense practicality. Our company offers original, evocative design executed in an orderly and timely manner.
We begin every design by listening to our clients about their brands and business goals, and about how they want users to respond to their space. Our design team is collaborative and non-hierarchical, and at the outset of concept development, we allow ourselves the freedom to dream without limitation, design from a place of joy, and come up with the big ideas that transform structures into experiences. We design entirely in three-dimensions and manage every detail from construction documents to oversight of the build, until the last finish meets our approval, and yours. We’re budget-conscious and fastidious about the particulars, so you don’t have to be.
WHAT SETS US APART
We Prioritize Education in Hires: All of our team members have a Bachelor's or Master’s Degree from a top interior-design or architecture program, because good design requires more than good taste. It requires technical knowledge.
We Bring Intimacy to Public Spaces: Our team is skilled at creating intimate, curated spaces, within a commercial landscape. No matter the square footage of a structure, we create inviting places where people can linger, talk, or share an activity. We approach large scale projects on the human scale, and design rooms that bring people together.
Curiosity Keeps Us Cutting-Edge: We never rest on our laurels, or design two buildings that look the same, because the design industry is changing at the speed of light and we take pleasure in researching what’s new and next. We leverage new technologies and materials to give the client entirely original deliverables.
Continuity: No matter the size of the project or type of occupant, we make sure the materiality and motifs users experience in one room are consistent with the whole building. Our rooms flow seamlessly into one another. The occupants of the spaces we design understand, at a visceral level, that they are in a building that has a specific culture.