Architectural Design

 

 

What Is Involved In The Design Process?

There are several steps involved in the design process for an architectural
project. Each step is very important to the overall look, feel, and safety of the project.


The steps are as follows:

 

 

 

 

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What Is Architectural Design?

 

Architectural design is a concept that focuses on components or elements of a structure. An architect is generally the one in charge of the architectural design. They work with space and elements to create a coherent and functional structure.

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There is a lot of detail that goes into designing an architectural project.

Each step of the project is carefully thought out for safety and day-to-day comfort, we call this flow.

Schematic Design

The first step of the design phase is the schematic design. The schematic design is where the architect gathers information on the needs, style, and wants for the project and from there the he will create two to three design options for the client to review.

Design Submittal:

The architect will take the wants and needs in his consideration in the amended design concept, within the submitted design to the client.  The semi final drawings satisfy the multi level of requirements include Building Regulations, Architectural Design principles, and the insights of the clients

Design Development

In the design development, the architect will take the schematic designs and develop them to an approved design concept. Any changes the client wants to make to the design should be communicated to the architect during this phase.

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