Architectural Design 101: The Development Process

Architectural Design 101: The Development Process

May 17, 2017

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An office used to be a place where people were able to get work done (either in separate office, cubicles, etc), promote the use of their products/services with clientele, and promote new growth. While the idea of growth still exists, what an office looks like most definitely has changed.

Developing an office that can balance form and function takes both thoughtful consideration and planning. Technology plays a large part in the planning process, especially when it comes to specific architectural designs and measurements. DIRTT is a company we work closely with to create office designs and their revolutionary technology is helping to simplify things. “DIRTT uses ICE ® intelligent, 3D software. It shows your workspace in graphic 3D where you fly-through your design, make large or small modifications and see how it affects your budget – instantly. Information is easily captured and communicated so that your company can make the best decisions. DIRTT turns your office into a dynamic part of your business strategy.” (DIRTT)

Contact us to learn more about our development process and how we can help your space work best for you!



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