Established in 1980 the practice has grown over this time to employ 12 designers, working from a converted Victorian factory in Birmingham's historic Jewellery Quarter.
John Evans Interior Architecture and Design (JEIAD) is an architectural interior design practice, working with private clients and businesses to produce top-end luxury residential and commercial interior architecture solutions.
An ability to produce well-executed and fine detailed work has enabled the practice to design projects ranging from private residences; grand family homes, modern urban properties, specialist residences including ski chalets and Mediterranean villas.
Recent work has included a luxury subterranean private wellness spa in the Cotswolds; multiple luxury residential projects in listed period properties, international conference centre refurbishments and ongoing national work for a major retail group.
The practice's approach to interior design is based on accurate spatial planning; this understanding of interior spaces is fundamental to each project undertaken: improving the flow of the each interior space by means of structure, detail, light, fixtures and finishes. Along with establishing the best possible spatial layout, JEIAD prides itself on being able to provide a full remit of design services.
Senior designers lead teams of designers and specialists on projects that feature interior construction and remodeling, spatial planning, lighting design and interior decoration.
A key factor to the success of each project is the co-ordination and engagement of consultants. The practice has an established network of solid working relationships with industry-recognized architects, consultants and contractors. Whilst the practice is independent from any affiliations, we recognize the benefits of working with professional and productive contractors, and are happy to bring such professionals together for clients.
JEIAD provides full project co-ordination, with a flexible and adaptable approach suite to each client's needs and each project's individual requirements.
Projects are completed with a strong sense of purpose, functionality, attention-to-detail and finish. The 'hidden' elements of the design: lighting, mechanical and electrical, are equally as crucial. Their design is considered and perfected on each project. A traditional and modern mix of materials, choices for furniture, furnishings and decor are proposed according to budget and timescales required.