Welcome to Architecture Plus, Inc. Interior Design, a unique team of Registered Interior Designers located in Fort Smith, Arkansas.

 

Having Bachelor degrees from CIDA-accredited Interior Design programs and passing the National Council for Interior Design Qualification (NCIDQ) exam, our design professionals have the education and experience to best serve our clients.  Whether commercial or residential, we consider every aspect of the built environment from a project’s conception through construction. With extensive experience in education, health care, civic, and churches we are able to handle large and small projects alike.

 

As a division of Architecture Plus, Inc., one of the leading architectural firms in Fort Smith, Architecture Plus, Inc. Interior Design has the resources to deliver exceptional, functional and sustainable design and more. Our design team includes LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Accredited Professionals and can design interiors to meet the USGBC (US Breen Building Council) rating system.

 

Feel free to contact us - we would love to speak with you regarding your design project needs!

FEATURED PROJECT | MoJo's Ivory House

This historic downtown building, and former furniture store, was in desperate need of a renovation and we were fortunate enough to be a part of it. 5,000 s.f. of empty shell just waiting for it's potential to be realized! At the initial meeting, designers learned the overall feel of the space needed to appeal to a wide range of clientele. Rustic elements, such as corrugated copper panels at the bar front, original stained wood flooring, and leather banquette seating, were mixed with chic accents of red-orange backlit acrylic panels and satin nickel finishes to provide this unique blend of styles. A custom designed bar and back-bar feature a lighted translucent inlaid bar top. Custom details also include wood and acrylic barn doors separating the private lounge from the public bar. The designers' input was also solicited for the exterior colors of the building.

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