The Design Questionnaire With Noura Faris of Noura Faris Designs
In this edition of Love Happens’ Proust-style Design Questionnaire, meet the creative and inspiring mind of Noura Faris, founder of the Egypt-based Noura Faris Designs. Noura began as a junior interior designer in 2018 before she continued to develop her designs into the thriving business she runs today. Her designs combine modern and sophisticated elements to create stunning yet functional spaces.
Noura believes that every design should make a client feel at home. The specialty of Noura Faris Designs is practical yet beautiful designs that reflect the essence of a space.
Meet Noura Faris of Noura Faris Designs in the Lh Design Questionnaire
What is your idea of perfect happiness?
My idea of perfect happiness is to do everything I’ve told myself in the past that I can’t do, happiness is to reach new goals and strive to achieve them so that you feel valuable in this life.
What do you consider your greatest achievement?
I started in 2018 as a junior interior designer and continued to develop my designs and continued to develop my designs and continued learning and experimenting until I became distinguished with my designs, which I added a touch of creativity to so that each design had its own story and character.
I think the greatest achievement is investing in your life to become the best version of you.
What profession does your alter ego have?
A humanitarian building homes and educating people in need.
The project you will never forget.
This project is located in KSA, and it is one of the most distinctive projects that had its own mood. Elegance is the main attribute of this reception design, with modern elements and sophisticated style blending perfectly. Featuring with beautiful and cool sofa and amazing carpet.
Your favorite business tool or resource.
Auto cad, 3d max, and Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop.
The most timeless design.
The most appropriate design for every time is the design in which you feel comfortable and provides you with all your needs to the fullest, but I prefer (neoclassic_minimalism).
The biggest design faux pas.
In my opinion, the biggest mistake in the design is the design that does not fit the place or the owner when he enters the house does not feel that he belongs to him. This is the basis of the design. When it is not achieved, the entire design becomes a mistake.
Your design motto.
Listen carefully to your client and fully understand what inspires their feeling of comfort and joy.
Our publisher KOKET makes statement décor, if you were to design a room around one KOKET piece, which would it be, and why?
The Chandra Dining Chair. This wonderful chair adds a sophisticated and distinctive touch to the dining table and the golden legs give elegance to the dining room.
Love happens when…
You just let go.