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Pace Design-Afghanistan’s First Designing Company

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Pace Design-Afghanistan’s First Designing Company

Pace Design is Afghanistan’s first interior design company established in 2010 and registered with Afghanistan Investment Support Agency (AISA). Pace Design, a dedicated team of local and International interior designers, is a part of the Afghan-led Pace Group of Companies based in Kabul and with a wide range of services across Afghanistan.
Interior designing was a fairly unexplored and unknown art in Afghanistan. It was not a necessity, but rather a luxury meant for the elite. But at Pace Group, we realized the need for professional services in the field, and we are dedicated to providing affordable design and solutions to small and large businesses and households around the country.
Our philosophy behind Pace Design is that we offer design step by step and execute it with perfect time efficiency and cost effectiveness.

At Pace Design we offer classic, contemporary or a perfect blend of both. Our interior designers have the complete knowledge of the country and their work is inspired by the rich beauty and culture of our country and region. We also make maximum effort to employ materials produced locally, but with an international standard.
If you want us to design your house, office, business showrooms, business area or any venue you wish to give it a natural feel and touch, then contact us for both interior and exterior designing.

Design is in everything we make, but it’s also between those things. It’s a mix of craft, science, storytelling, propaganda, and philosophy.
Our process begins with sketching your venue, providing you the 3D design, and after your feedback we will implement the renovations according our design. The color, the lighting, and flooring will all be intricately worked to ensure your vision is manifested in your living.



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