How to Prepare for your Design Project
A good working relationship with your architect is based on open, honest communication. This starts with a good brief that helps the architect understand your expectations, preferences, budget, wants, needs, aspirations and goals.
If your expectations are not clearly outlined and understood by all parties, you run the risk of spending unnecessary money, project complications, and costly delays. The designer and contractor will struggle to understand what to include when pricing your project.
A well thought-out design brief is the foundation for a successful project. This guide will help you cover critical aspects of a design brief.