Tuesday, 11 August 2015

Are you looking for a good listener, then you’ll find a good architect.

“Architecture” isn’t only for museums, corporations, and the very wealthy. Whether you are remodeling a kitchen, creating your dream home, or planning a commercial building, working with CAS architects can save time and money while making your new environment more functional, comfortable, and sustainable. 

The result is a project that is beautiful, original, and distinctive.
The challenge lies in knowing how to communicate with your architect in ways that will enable you to get the most from this special collaboration. 

We at Comelite Architect & Structure can help you to do so—personally, professionally, and creatively.

Whether you have extensive experience with design and construction or are coming to both for the first time, these questions will help us to ensure that your initial communications will be clear and productive and enable you to select the professional design best suited to your needs.

• How will your project be used? Do you have specific ideas on how to translate these activities into spaces and square footage?
• Do you have a site? Or will this also be a subject of discussion with the architect?
• Have you decided upon a schedule and budget?
• What are your overall aspirations for the project—aesthetic and emotional as well as practical?
• Who will be making the critical decisions—you alone, your family, or a committee of some sort?
• Where will the resources come from to create and operate your project?
• Are you willing to pay a little extra up front on systems that will save energy or bring other operations savings and pay back over time?
• Do you have previous experience with design and construction? If so, in what ways were you successful, and was the experience in any way disappointing?

Our friendly engineers will listen closely to your answers, help you solidify your goals and desires, and translate them into an effective building.
If you looking for a good listener, then you’ll find a good architect.


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