With the buzz over Vizag becoming the ‘Executive Capital’ intensifying after several key YSRCP leaders dropped hints, the interior design industry is also witnessing unexpected growth. Even budding graduates in interior designing courses are finding work and are able to grab contracts too. Not only because of the hospitality industry, but small apartment owners are also looking for services of interior designers.
Speaking to Hello Vizag, Ameet Mirpuri, a Vizag-based renowned interior designer said “With it was mere speculation, there was a big bang. The scale of the project has started changing. When the city is crowned the executive capital, there will be a tremendous change in the scale and types of projects. Some of the clients are moving back to Vizag and looking to redesign their homes and business units. The hospitality sector will also witness a drastic growth and there is a dire need for it.”
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“There is enough work for everyone in Vizag. Fresh graduates are also grabbing projects now. People in Vizag are also becoming more receptive to new ideas than earlier, which is a good sign for the interior designing market,” he said. Lack of hotel accommodation given the size of the market and capital prospects, there is a high chance that the hospitality sector will grow, thereby adding to the demand for interior designers.
“Some four to five years ago, it was tough to find work in interior design in Vizag. But, it’s a bit easy to grab work these days,” said an interior designer, Rinku Mistry, working in Bengaluru. Rinku Mistry is now planning to shift base to Vizag. “Effective and efficient use of the limited space is not just the choice, but the need of the people. With all these developments, interior designing is emerging as a booming career option for people with a creative bent of mind,” she added.
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Moreover, analysts point out that the trend to move to Tier II & III cities has been there for the last six-seven years as economic growth trickled to smaller towns and the digital economy proliferated. The trend is picking pace because of the Covid-19 pandemic. In view of the demand for houses among the middle class, realtors are investing in affordable houses on the outskirts of Vizag city, even closer to Vizianagaram. Over 10,000 units are coming up in the city’s outskirts and the response from the buyers has been encouraging, he added.
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