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Architectural design of a storeArchitectural design of a restaurantArchitectural design of a cafe
Architectural design of a storeArchitectural design of a restaurantArchitectural design of a cafe
 
Architectural design of a pizzeriaArchitectural design of a cafeteria
Architectural design of a pizzeriaArchitectural design of a cafeteria

 


 

Stages of developing an architectural design

 

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1 Drawing a measured plan.

After the customer has made the specification, our specialistvisits the site to carry out measurements of the premises. All measurements are done with a digital tape measure and a leveling instrument to do all the measurements as accurately as possible, identify wall deviations from the plane of the floor and the ceiling. Professionally made measured plan can minimize risks of financial losses during the project implementation, while ordering furniture and equipment.

2 Development of a preliminary architectural design.

Based on the measurements of the premises and on the technical specifications, Unique Technologiesspecialistsdevelop a preliminary architectural design. It includes the requirements for existing facilities defined by the client or the lessor, as well as the chosen concept and aesthetic design. The finished preliminary architectural design is handed to the client for approval, then the final adjustments are made to it. This part is very important, both for the architects and for the client, because it is better to make all the changes at the "paper" stage of the project, than add or demolish the already erected structures.

3 Design approval.

Depending on the requirements of the owner or the lessor of the premises the approval process may take several stages different authorities. Also, the duration of the approval process often depends on the client.

4 Development of the final architectural design.

On the basis of all comments and corrections from the client and the lessor, the final architectural design is developed, which includes:

  • measured plan
  • zoning of premises layout
  • layout of arrangement of furniture and equipment
  • design of floor, walls and ceiling finish
  • layout of arrangement of sockets and fixtures
  • explanatory note

5 Approval of the design.

Final architectural design gets signed by the lessor and the client in triplicate. After being signed by each of the parties one copy remains with the client, one with the lessor and one is kept by the developer.