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Streamlining the Bottleneck: From Concept to Schematic Design


Courtesy of Snaptrude In any architectural design project, the transition from conceptual design to schematic design typically marks the evolution from broad ideas and massing studies to more detailed and refined planning.

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EP 95: Schematic Design

Life of an Architect

Whenever an architect sits down with a client on a new residential project, the first phase that happens is “Schematic Design”, the initial part of the process where everyone tries to figure out what exactly the project is supposed to accomplish. The post EP 95: Schematic Design first appeared on Life of an Architect.


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Schematic Design – Using an Occupant-Centered Design Approach

MLL Atelier

Schematic design is the first stage of an architectural design project, and within this phase there are important milestones to get right that will greatly leverage the project’s results throughout the rest of its impending design phases. PROGRAMMING AND SCHEMATIC DESIGN. INTRODUCTION: THE DEFINITION.

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Re-framed Initiative – Study of Retrofit Schematic Designs

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Enjoy our latest line of energy efficient windows and doors designed to enhance modern and contemporary architecture. The post Re-framed Initiative – Study of Retrofit Schematic Designs appeared first on Westeck Windows and Doors.

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Schematic Design - Developing a Project Budget

Matt Fajkus Architecture

Additionally, interior specialties such as audio systems, wine rooms, solar systems, or home theaters, for example, should be identified and included in the schematic design budget. Extensive decks, patios, pools, and outdoor living spaces should be considered in a holistic budget during the schematic design phase.

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Your next role could be designing signage and wayfinding with Pentagram


The role, based in New York, calls for an individual to “execute signage, wayfinding, and environmental design projects,” including “understand design intent and translate schematic design into fully developed design intent documents.”

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Architectural Sketch Series: Schematic Design

Life of an Architect

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