Every architecture project should start with a concept that put simply; is an idea that provides the foundation and backbone to your design process and decision making.
Designing within budget: With the budget established, the owner relies on the architect to help bring the vision of the project to reality. The architect starts with an analysis of the needs, resources, time constraints, and operating implications of the project.
The goal of the early stage of design, is to gather data that will present the problems associated with the task, and the research process will effectively continue throughout the architecture design process. A thorough site analysis will start to form a picture of the context of the site, its limitations, its merits, problems, and allow the designer to focus on developing a response to these issues.
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