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We embark on a collaborative journey, beginning with feasibility studies, planning permissions, to building controls. Together, we unlock the finest potential for your space.

The process of architectural design is a multifaceted one, involving various stages that transform a concept into a tangible architectural solution. Here's a detailed breakdown:


Client Briefing

Initial Meeting: The architect meets with the client to understand their requirements, preferences, budget, and any specific constraints.

Preparation of the Brief: Documenting the client's requirements into a concise brief. This will guide the design process.


Site Analysis

Site Visit: The architect visits the site to understand its context, constraints, opportunities, topography, climate, and surroundings.

Data Collection: Gathering information related to zoning, site boundaries, utilities, soil tests, etc.


Concept Design

Brainstorming: Generating multiple design ideas.

Preliminary Sketches: Rough sketches showcasing the initial concepts.

Client Review: The client reviews the initial concepts and provides feedback.


​Refinement: Based on feedback, the architect refines the preferred concept.


Design Development

Detailed Drawings: The schematic design is further developed with more detail.

Material and System Selection: Deciding on construction methods, materials, finishes, etc.

Coordination with Other Consultants:

Collaborating with structural, mechanical, electrical, and plumbing engineers.


Construction Documentation

Technical Drawings: Producing detailed drawings that contractors will use to build the project. This includes floor plans, sections, elevations, and details.

Specifications: Detailed written documents describing the materials, methods, and standards to be used in the construction.


Bidding and Negotiation

Contractor Selection: Either through a competitive bidding process or through negotiation.


Contract Agreement: Finalizing the terms of the contract with the selected contractor.


Construction Administration

Site Visits: Regular site visits by the architect to ensure that the construction adheres to the design and quality standards.​

Issue Site Instructions: Providing clarifications or modifications as necessary.


Review and Approve Shop Drawings: Checking contractor's drawings for various elements, like custom windows or specialized equipment.


Certify Payments: Verifying work stages completed and certifying contractor's payment requests.


Project Handover and Closeout

Final Inspection: Ensuring everything is built according to plans and specifications.


Issue Certificate of Completion: Confirming the project's completion.


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