International Standards

International standards in architecture refer to the adoption of globally recognized dimensions for various elements within a building, ranging from furniture to room layouts. This concept ensures uniformity in design and serves as a foundation for creating well-organized and functional spaces. The concept enhances design and functionality.


  •  Sense of Organization: Adhering to international standards fosters a visually balanced and aesthetically pleasing environment, promoting a heightened sense of orderliness.
  • Easy Use of Accommodations: Consistent dimensions facilitate intuitive navigation, ensuring occupants can interact effortlessly with furniture and accessories, minimizing confusion.
  • Comfortable Living/Working: By preemptively addressing spatial challenges, international standards contribute to a comfortable and obstacle-free experience, enhancing the overall functionality of the space.