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Prachi Jain, Proprietor at Cubix Global

Great Companies: How did you get your idea or concept for the business?

Prachi Jain: When I was in my 6th grade my aunt had designed our home ,that's when I decided to become an interior designer. I enjoyed watching her through the whole process of designing, that's when I realized I was more keen towards home décor and design.

Great Companies: What are the various Services provided by Cubix Global

Prachi Jain: We are into residential and commercial interior services which includes renovation work, and we also work from scratch to end projects. This includes presentation, 3d's with renders, technical drawings, 2d elevations, material selection to site execution.

Great Companies: What makes Cubix Global different from hundreds of other similar service providers?

Prachi Jain:

Cubix global is known as family interior designers, a link between two to connect, our outspoken designs are the usp of cubix, we very much believe in making a home a living space rather than just a piece of art. We specialize in European classical fusion into our design. Also we always try to enhance our design through detailing, trying to elevate materials from different perspectives.

One speciality of ours is that we avoid sharp corners while designing, there are two reasons for this. First is that it is harmful, secondly sharp edges denote a dead stop to design, whereas curved edges signify continuity of design or object. We also try to avoid solid partitions in our interiors, whether it's a brick wall or solid partition we try to take off if it's not needed, and give openness to a space.

Great Companies: What are the struggles and challenges you face?

Prachi Jain: As everyone knows Interior is a very vast field with lots of materials introduced everyday, so it becomes compulsory for us to be updated with the market and trends that are upgrading daily. Also we need to be precise about detailing because even if a single thing is missed out it can affect your design. We need to be very attentive on site, executing the same designs as per given details for this we need to give proper attention. Interior designers need a lot of management, working in an office, visiting sites regularly, helping clients with selections, being updated with trends and materials, managing all at once can be bustling. Even if you're an exceptional designer or have amazing designs in your mind, poor management can ruin your project, so a designer always has to be on his toes juggling around.

Great Companies: How do you plan to grow in the future? What does 5 years down the line look like for Cubix Global?

Prachi Jain: As our firm is named Cubix Global, just like that we wish to expand globally. People in India are more keen towards interiors done abroad, as they focus more on technical stuff and make day to day life easy. Most young generations have this style and are determined towards western culture. Every person needs to have comfortness in their living space and I wish to bring that luxury and comfortness that every normal person dreams of to his doorstep.

Great Companies: If you had one piece of advice to someone just starting out, what would it be?

Prachi Jain: I would suggest to the upcoming generation to focus on education, and take a degree in a particular field. And at least work for 5 years with some firm and get well trained. Do not rush into starting with their own projects or a firm, because even after investing so many years in education one needs to have practical knowledge.



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