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OUR PROCESS

WE FOCUS ON CREATIVE WORKFLOW AND QUALITY RESULTS

Stage

01

Strategic Definition and Briefing

The process starts with a conversation. We listen carefully to our clients and make sure we understand and determine the project overall vision and goals. Key areas to discuss about the project include Scope, Features, Purpose, and Functionality. The findings of this stage will be presented to the client as a project brief for approval. This phase ends with the owner’s decision to move forward with the project.

Stage

02

Concept Design

In this stage, we translate the approved project brief into space; where we propose a series of rough sketches & drawings that illustrates the basic concepts of the design. Also, initial research of local compliance and regulations are conducted at this stage. Then we move to the next stage with the owner’s approval.

Stage

03

Developed Design

Developed Design (also referred to Design Development) collects the results from the concept design stage and takes them one step further. This stage involves finalising the design and specifying items such as materials, fenestrations/openings, and general structural details. Which gives the project vision through drawings and written specifications. By the end of this stage we would have completed the final design of the project.

Stage

04

Technical Design

The Technical Design stage is when we start preparing construction drawings, detailed notes, & technical specifications necessary for bidding, construction and building inspector application. Contractors will use these detailed drawings and specifications to prepare for the construction.

Stage

05

Construction

Finally, construction is underway. During this stage, we will build as per the approved design. Any changes at this point will be discussed and assess the compatibility with the original owners’ vision and goals for the project. At the end of this last stage, we would handover and close-out the project to the owners along with any applicable warranty documents. We would end with wishing our client the best of luck in the use and occupancy of their project.