Redesign is a real estate brokerage and interior design firm based in Los Angeles, California. Why combine the services of a real estate brokerage and interior design? Unless you move into a fully furnished spec suite, odds are that the office you negotiate to move into will need some form of strategic planning and remodeling to satisfy your ever-changing business needs. That’s where our real estate and design team come together to transform your vision into reality. Whether it’s a landlord build-to-suit or tenant fit out, we’re here to guide you through the process from start to finish.
Redesign’s Founder and Managing Director
Douglas’s work experience started when he installed office furniture while obtaining a bachelor’s degree in interior design. After acquiring his bachelor’s degree, Douglas spent four years designing and managing the construction process of high-end office space for a award winning interior architecture firm in Los Angeles. In 2009 Douglas obtained his real estate brokers license and started Redesign, a Los Angeles office relocation management company. His knowledge of furniture systems plays a key role in analyzing the relocation and/or purchasing of new product for your new office. His knowledge in the interior architecture process provides an extensive understanding of the space planning, design, permitting, pricing, construction process, & technology transition process. This helps tremendously during the lease negotiations. His knowledge in real estate allows him to make educated decision during each space search. Whether you are negotiating for tenants improvements or free rent, understanding that the new office space works for your company and having a clear understanding of the overall project cost is crucial. Finding out that the space you have been negotiating for will not work after several months of conversations with the landlord is never fun. Douglas believes a professional should manage the office relocation process from start to finish. Let Redesign oversee all aspects of this complex process and act as the single point of contact and liaison for all of the participating agents.