Schematic Design: Palm Coast, St. Augustine and Daytona Beach
When working with an architect, the first step is to meet with them and discuss your vision for the project. With Brian Lathrop, Architect & Architecture For Health, this step involves an exploration of your goals and needs for the building, two essential factors in determining how the rest of the project will proceed. Normally this is followed by Project Analysis, but at the very least, by Space Programming.
Once that has been completed, the next step is to create a schematic design, which is the first opportunity you will have to see your vision translated into something tangible. When Daytona Beach is in need of expertly designed structures, they know to trust our talented architect; our ability to create accurate, reliable schematic designs is just another field we excel in.
What is Schematic Design?
Schematic design is part of the preliminary planning process and takes place after you have met with Mr. Lathrop to discuss your project. During this phase, we will start with schematic planning to test that the project Program can actually be designed within the project scope.
The schematic design will also allow you to see how we have interpreted your vision, and allow you to make any changes to the design before we move forward with the next step. In addition to a conceptual schematic plan, other drawings may be used to communicate the proposed design in 3 dimensions.
The Importance of Schematic Design
As with the Project Analysis phase, the schematic designs Brian Lathrop, Architect & Architecture For Health produces are an essential part of the architectural process. Not only does it present itself as the first chance to see how your proposed building will look, but it gives you a sense of how it holds up to the image you had in your mind.
Once the design has been created for you, we are also able to reassess the cost of the project, given the dimensions and complexity of the structure. Good design comes from the ability to find the perfect combination of numerous factors, spanning budget, environment and architectural vision. With a schematic design, you can begin to see this process in action.Book an Appointment
The Brian Lathrop, Architect & Architecture For Health Difference
One of the comments we often receive from our Daytona Beach clients is how working with us is unlike working with any other architectural firm. On top of being highly experienced, respected architects, Brian Lathrop is also personable and engaging, transforming the entire process into one that will be truly exciting.
Our commitment is to our clients, and with every project, we focus on how to exceed expectations every step of the way. Discover the diﬀerence a highly qualified architectural firm can make with your project, and give us a call today.
If you're looking for a talented architectural firm in Daytona Beach to create a schematic design for your project, look no further. Our extensive experience with projects of all sizes and complexities makes us uniquely qualified to produce informative, accurate designs for our clients.
For more information on how we can help you, get in touch with our skilled architect today.