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The BIID Concise Agreement for Interior Design Services (CID/14)

Short, clear, and easy to use, The BIID Concise Agreement for Interior Design Services (CID/14) is a simplified version of the industry standard form of interior design appointment. Now even more user friendly, this contract is suitable for all but the largest and most complex projects, ensuring a fair and balanced relationship between designer and client.

Some new features include:

•Three updated, clear and distinct Schedules of Services – Design Services, FF&E Services and Building Services.

•Additional clauses based on designers real, professional experiences .

•References the new RIBA Plan of Work 2013 throughout

•Relevant to virtually all domestic and commercial interior projects

•Developed by designers for designers

Published by RIBA Publishing, the contract can be purchased via RIBA Bookshops


The BIID Agreement for Interior Design Services 2010 (ID/10)

Originally published in 2005, this was the first ever industry standard contract for interior designers. Clear, transparent, and easy to use, the BIID Agreement for Interior Design Services 2010 (ID/10) provides a flexible range of Interior Design Services, through the appointment of an interior designer and/or architect.

It has been designed to create the fairest balance of risk between the designer and the client, and is suitable for use on a wide range of projects, including both commercial and domestic projects. In addition to design services, it also provides for the designer the ability to perform installation management services as an independent and impartial agent of the Client including monitoring of the execution of building work by others and the procurement of furnishings, fitting and equipment (FF&E); or to undertake as principal simple Building Works, Decorations and/or the supply of FF&E.

Published by RIBA Publishing, the contract can be purchased via RIBA Bookshops


The BIID Interior Design Job Book

This is the first book to set out the professional standard for running an interior design project. Suitable for all interior designers – whether working alone or as part of a design team, and on projects of all sizes – it provides guidance for every stage of a job, from appraisal of the client’s requirements through to practical completion and payment.

Set out as a step-by-step process which dovetails with the standard procedures used by architects and contractors, it is full of practical advice and includes model letters and specimen forms which can be quickly adapted to any job. It also contains guidance to the legal background, a clause-by-clause explanation of the standard form of client contract (ID/10), and an introduction to space planning. Fully endorsed by the British Institute of Interior Design, it will bring a professional rigour to the way projects run and is vital for maintaining a competitive edge in a crowded field.Diana and Stephen Yakeley have run a multi-disciplinary architectural, interior and garden design practice for many years. This book is the distillation of their considerable professional knowledge and experience.

Published by RIBA Publishing, the contract can be purchased via RIBA Bookshops.




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