Luxury home buyers expect certain features, finishes and upgrades to be included and standard in their price range. See how this designer addresses the desires of the rich.
Online PR News – 27-May-2010 – – 'Absolutely', thinks Daniel Ogassian, a Los Angeles based designer. There is a definite difference in expectations among the high-income demographic. Luxury buyers expect certain features, finishes and upgrades to be included and standard in their price range. They anticipate a degree of exclusivity, image and special attention to detail.
Ogassian's advise to luxury home builders and architects: “Plant a few unique gems, like the presence of a luxurious entrance hall clad in designer tile in the sales brochure." Then save the rest of the home’s features to use after you get your prospects in for a tour. Luxury home buyers are looking for a refined presentation - exclusive and custom.
With the launch of his new large-scale wall tile collection, Daniel Ogassian is targeting high-end home builders, architects and interior designers that have a distinct understanding on how to differentiate their offering to the luxury consumer. The large-scale architectural tiles are particularly well suited for use in lobbies, entryways, proportionate rooms and bath rooms.
'Optic 1', available in ceramic and concrete, has a sculptural presence with a seamless optic kinetic flow. When walking past this tiled wall, light and shadow play along the raised patterns and create the illusion of movement
And the 'Japanese Weave' tile design is reminiscent of interlocking laces, a repeating pattern that plays with graceful continuity.
The entire line of Ogassian products is appropriate for indoor or outdoor use and can be specified in any of the matte or gloss glazes, as well as custom glazes. Available in ceramic or concrete.
For more information visit www.ogassian.com.