Set Design Workflow: Our Complete Guide, Part 4

INSIDE AGENTI  /   JAN 02, 2020

STEFAN MANCHEV  •   5 MIN READ

STEFAN MANCHEV

STUDIO MANAGER

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This article pulls back the curtain on the fascinating world of set design. We’ll take you on a step-by-step journey alongside the set designer, exploring the key stages that bring a script to life.

 

 

It is recommend checking out Part 3 to read about Phase 2: Preliminary Design

Phase 4: Furniture & Equipment

Preliminary Design is the foundational of set design. It involves conceptualizing the visual and functional aspects of the set through location scouting, creating draft drawings, selecting mood & materials, developing draft modeling, and estimating draft costs. This phase sets the tone for the project, ensuring that the creative vision aligns with practical considerations and budget constraints. It’s a collaborative effort that translates ideas into tangible plans for the subsequent construction and detailing stages.

FURNITURE DESIGN

In instances where the narrative necessitates a specific physical environment, the set designer undertakes location scouting expeditions. This entails evaluating potential filming locations based on their fidelity to the script’s setting, considerations of desired atmosphere, logistical needs (including crew facilities and power access), and potential limitations such as noise ordinances or permit requirements.

EQUIPMENT DESIGN

In instances where the narrative necessitates a specific physical environment, the set designer undertakes location scouting expeditions. This entails evaluating potential filming locations based on their fidelity to the script’s setting, considerations of desired atmosphere, logistical needs (including crew facilities and power access), and potential limitations such as noise ordinances or permit requirements.

MONTAGE GUIDES /IF NEEDED /

In instances where the narrative necessitates a specific physical environment, the set designer undertakes location scouting expeditions. This entails evaluating potential filming locations based on their fidelity to the script’s setting, considerations of desired atmosphere, logistical needs (including crew facilities and power access), and potential limitations such as noise ordinances or permit requirements.

 

With the completion of this stage, we’re now ready to move onto the next phase of our set design workflow -> Construction Design

SET DECORATION

In instances where the narrative necessitates a specific physical environment, the set designer undertakes location scouting expeditions. This entails evaluating potential filming locations based on their fidelity to the script’s setting, considerations of desired atmosphere, logistical needs (including crew facilities and power access), and potential limitations such as noise ordinances or permit requirements.

 

With the completion of this stage, we’re now ready to move onto the next phase of our set design workflow -> Construction Design

 

 

… and if you want to know the rest, you’re going to have to read part one of this of article.

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