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What is it that people remember you for? What is it which defines you as a brand or a person? Think of yourself as a brand. If you have it in you to become successful, chances are that with the right direction you will be successful. That’s what designing is all about. That’s what Dezzinne Studios is all about. We invent ourselves and then reinvent ourselves again every single day. After all, that’s what our job is all about. At Dezzinne Studios we believe that perfection is not something which can be attained when you cannot find anything to add. We believe that perfection is something which can only be attained when there is nothing left to subtract.

Dezzinne Studios is an all in one designing solution which offers its clients with a wide range of designing services to help cater to all their needs and requirements. Some of the services offered by us include


  • 3D Structural Designs
  • Practical Autocad Designs
  • Detailed Structural Analysis
  • Co-ordinated Modelling
  • Architectural Walkthrough
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Structural design is the methodical investigation of the stability, strength and rigidity of structures. The basic objective in structural analysis and design is to produce a structure capable of resisting all applied loads without failure during its intended life. The primary purpose of a structure is to transmit or support loads. If the structure is improperly designed or fabricated, or if the actual applied loads exceed the design specifications, the device will probably fail to perform its intended function, with possible serious consequences. A well engineered structure greatly minimizes the possibility of costly failures.


  • Commercial buildings
  • Residential buildings
  • Educational buildings
  • Government buildings
  • Industrial buildings
  • Parking structures and storage
  • Religious buildings
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Building design refers to the broadly based architectural, engineering and technical applications to the design of buildings. All building projects require the services of a building designer, typically a licensed architect or structural engineer. Smaller, less complicated projects often do not require a licensed professional, and the design of such projects is often undertaken by building designers, draftspersons, interior designers (for interior fit-outs or renovations), or contractors. Larger, more complex building projects require the services of many professionals trained in specialist disciplines, usually coordinated by an architect.


  • Football Stadium
  • Cricket Stadium
  • Basketball Stadium
  • Baseball Stadium
  • Race Track
  • Arena Architecture
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Different sports require fields of different size and shape. Some stadiums are designed primarily for a single sport while others can accommodate different events, particularly ones with retractable seating. Stadiums built specifically for association football are quite common in Europe; however, Gaelic games stadiums (such as the incomplete Croke Park) would be most common in Ireland, while ones built specifically for baseball or American football are common in the United States. The most common multiple use design combines a football pitch with a running track, a combination which generally works fairly well, although certain compromises must be made.


  • Bowstring arch
  • Box girder bridge
  • Cable-stayed bridge
  • Cantilever bridge
  • Truss bridge
  • Plate girder bridge
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Bridges may be classified by how the forces of tension, compression, bending, torsion and shear are distributed through their structure. Most bridges will employ all of the principal forces to some degree, but only a few will predominate. The separation of forces may be quite clear. In a suspension or cable-stayed span, the elements in tension are distinct in shape and placement. In other cases the forces may be distributed among a large number of members, as in a truss, or not clearly discernible to a casual observer as in a box beam.


  • Designing Apartment and Offices Interior
  • Customizing Floor, Ceiling, Wall Colors
  • Customizing Lights and Fittings
  • Designing Modular Kitchen
  • Designing Modern Bathroom
  • Fitting Modern Electronic Appliances
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The International Council of Shopping Centers classifies shopping malls into eight basic types: neighborhood center, community center, regional center, superregional center, fashion/specialty center, power center, theme/festival center, and outlet center. These definitions, published in 1999, were not restricted to shopping centers in any particular country, but later editions were made specific to the US with a separate set for Europe.