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Design Phase

The “pre-design” phase is the initial stage in the architectural design process where architects collaborate with clients to gather information and comprehend the project’s requirements and objectives. This phase is crucial to ensure that the design to be developed can meet the client’s expectations.

Moodboard
Sketch Idea
Client’s brief development

Conceptual Phase

In the conceptual phase of architectural design, architects concentrate on developing initial ideas and fundamental concepts for the project. The objective of this phase is to transform the client’s vision and requirements into ideas that can be materialized in the form of a design.

Site Plan
Layout Plan
Room Program
3D Render Images
Material Images
Building Cost Estimation

Design Development Phase

In the conceptual phase of architectural design, architects concentrate on developing initial ideas and fundamental concepts for the project. The objective of this phase is to transform the client’s vision and requirements into ideas that can be materialized in the form of a design.

Site Plan
Layout Plan
Room Program
3D Render Images
Material Images
Building Cost Estimation

Working Drawing Phase

In the Working Drawing phase of the architectural design process, the focus is on producing highly detailed and specific technical documents required by contractors to commence and complete construction.

Site Plan
Grading Plan
Dimension Plan
Elevation & Section
Material Plan
Ceiling PlanDoor & Window Plan
Blowup Plan
Detail Architectural Drawing
Sanitary Schedule

Supervision and Coordination Phase

The Supervision and Coordination phase is a crucial stage in every architectural project, ensuring that the developed design is implemented accurately and in accordance with established standards.

Progress Report
Photo and Video Documentation
Meeting Notes and Communication ( Minute of Meeting)