Magic Feel Interiors is a Landscape Designer & Architect company in Pune & Mumbai specialised in the field of landscape designing, where we deliver the most creative and beautiful landscape designs that you wouldn’t want to stop looking at. An appealing landscape design can make your farm house, Row house, bungalow to your personal heaven where you can relax and enjoy the beauty of nature.
A comfortable and convenient landscape design can bring nature to your home where you can breathe fresh air with aroma of beautiful flowers and have relaxation, calmness at your living place.
As a landscape designer we spend considerable time with our customer to understand their need and want to deliver our creativity at it’s best. We have vast experience at landscape design in all area like bunglows, corporate, hotel, medical, educational and restaurant facilities.
Magic Feel Landscaping is an award winning landscape designer and architect company and a leader in the Pune and Mumbai landscaping industry for over 10 years. Our aim is to provide a turnkey solution for our clients to create a truly unique garden. We provide services to Buglow, Farm House, Villa, Hotel & Reataurant, and all type of commercial projects. Our services include landscape design, Garden Design, swimming pools, landscape construction and residential maintenance programs.
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This is Magic feel Interiors, A specialist in Landscape designing with highly skilled professionals who will make your garden pleasent and bring you more closure to nature.
Feeling proud to say that Magic Feel Interiors has successfully completed over 50 Landscape design projects with client satisfaction.
Magic Feel Interiors provides makes your landscape beautiful & joyable with complete execution so that outcome will give pleasent surprise to our client and exceed client expectations.
Landscape design basically includes artistic composition and artisanship, horticultural finesse and expertise, and emphasis on detailed site involvement from conceptual stages through to final construction.
Landscape architecture focuses more on urban planning, city and regional parks, civic and corporate landscapes, large scale interdisciplinary projects, and delegation to contractors after completing designs
While the process may vary depending the client’s needs, and the complexity of the project, most projects include the following:
Initial Consultation: We will come to the site and review the requirements and objectives of the project.
Concept Plan: After listening the clients ideas and priorities, we analyze the site’s character, strengths and problems, and then develops one or more alternative concept plans for review.
Master Plan: The final master plan represents the culmination of your choices with us, and typically includes a complete spatial layout for your outdoor living spaces and other hardscape or architectural concepts. Planting Plan: This is a working drawing from which the garden will actually be planted, and includes botanical names, container sizes, specific plant locations, and planting instructions.
Additional Plan Documents: Depending on the scope of clients project, we may also provide a lighting plan, specialized guidelines on planting or irrigation, or notes and sketches on design elements such as water features or furniture and accessories placement. Installation: After all, we start installation of design after taking approval from client related to landscape design, drawings, plan etc.
Our experience is that many people who ask this question, in fact, really don’t know what they want. They may think they do, but in going through the design process, come to understand that many of their ideas just won’t work on their site. Others may say they know what they want, hoping to shorten the design process, and thus reduce their design fees. Ironically, design fees for this type of client are usually higher because they try to skip vital steps in the design process, which leads to many time-consuming dead ends. They don’t realize that good landscape design does not cost, it pays. The bottom line is that if a person has the education, experience, talent, and creativity of a professional landscape designer combined with the installation, construction, and maintenance experience of a veteran field supervisor, then they don’t need our services; they can and should develop their own landscape. When told this many people realize they really do need our professional help. At this point, we have a client who is committed to working honestly through the design process with us, and the end result is well developed landscape and a very satisfied client.
There is a correlation between design fees and project size/complexity. The design process takes longer for larger, more complex projects, because there is more work to do: more information to gather, more measurements to take, more problems to solve, etc.
Small spaces, however, frequently present bigger challenges on a per-unit-of-area basis. Many people think that since the space they are dealing with is small, it must be simple and easy to deal with. The fact is small spaces present complex and challenging problems for designers. When space is at a premium, there is little room for error. Larger spaces, on the other hand, can absorb more flaws without being severely handicapped, and, in many cases, the flaws are not even recognized except by the most trained observers. Most designers consider small spaces to be far more challenging than larger spaces.
The size of the task is usually inversely related to the size of the space. Do not confuse small with simple, where simple is equated with less expensive. As a general rule, small projects are considerably more expensive per applicable unit of measurement than larger projects. Small spaces do present big challenges!
This is a difficult question to answer, because there are so many variables that can affect the amount of time it takes for a designer to conduct the design process and arrive at a plan of attack for developing the landscape. Such variables can include the intended size, scope and complexity of the project; the quality of input from the client; the involvement and commitment of the client; unusual site problems; local or regional restrictions and ordinances; quality of communication between designer and client; etc
The normal procedure and course of events at Magic Feel Interiors is for us to accumulate as much information from the client as possible before visiting the site. Such information would include a completed landscape design questionnaire and relevant information about the site, such as house plans, neighborhood restrictions, etc. We will then visit the site with the purpose of interviewing the client and examining the proposed work area. During this initial site visit, we may begin collecting site data, measurements, and visual images (i.e., photographs), or we may want to come back and do this at a later date, depending upon the circumstances. Eventually, the client is thoroughly interviewed as to their needs and wants, and the site is thoroughly measured and photographed. Rushing the design process can have negative consequences; it is prudent to emphasize accuracy and completeness rather than speed. Once the site has been thoroughly analyzed, a base map is produced. The base map is simply an accurate recording of all, or at least the most important, details of the site. Once the base map is produced, it is used in conjunction with all other previously gathered information to begin developing preliminary drawings. The preliminary drawings are then presented to the clients for their input. Revisions, if necessary, are made, and a final plan is produced incorporating the results of all the efforts made to-date. Specifications for completing the project are produced. At Magic Feel Interiors, we usually include the specifications in our proposal for doing the job. Our proposal also includes our price, or estimate, for doing the job.
This varies per item, so let us provide some helpful guidance:
Plantings: August until frost, often December. Sod Lawns: August until frost, often December.
Seed Lawns: July, August, September, October are the four best months, however, if you will be diligent at watering a new seed lawn, you can install a new seed lawn in the summer months. Hardscape: Anytime the ground is not frozen.
Swimming Pool: Anytime the ground is not frozen.
Yes, We give free estimates after the first meeting which is complimentary and it is an opportunity for both parties to meet and evaluate the scope of the work, discuss plan and design, look into our portfolio and discuss compensation.
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