Our design process usually follows a typical path and the phases can be generalized to include:
Setting Goals – Documenting Context – Design options – Cost – Construction
Depending on the specifics of the project and client, each phase in the process varies in terms of time, complexity, and expense. Each phase is specific to the project at hand, where for new construction context is limited to the site and site issues, for a full renovation of an existing house with an addition the context can be very elaborate.
All of this leads to a complex set of decisions, discussions, and choices which in the end develops into the realization of your goals. There are innumerable changes, good and bad, that may be required along the way and we strive to educate you about the significance of each of the decisions as we move through the process so as to be able to achieve the greatest sum of the parts from what is available.