Before you fire up the blow torch to cut out a few window openings, take a few moments to really think about what you’re about to do.
While clients are more informed than ever before, information alone is not enough. An architect is able to skillfully put all the information in context, blending knowledge with experience to help develop a comprehensive vision grounded in reality.
Hiring an architect is a big commitment. How do you decide who to work with? One major factor is – can you trust them to do a good job? Ask these 5 questions to get to know your architect.
If you’re searching for a church architect you’ve got questions. Fortunately we have answers! For starters here are 5 of the basic questions you should be asking of whichever architect you might be considering…
We seldom even notice the buildings around us, never mind find inspiration in them. Building W15 is an exception. It’s more than a building, it’s architectural genius.
With a little forethought, church building design can actually support and enhance your ministry. Here’s how we do it.
At the root of many people’s hesitation to hire an architect is the perception that our fees are too high. Here are some factors to consider:
Once the design is complete, the drawings are done, and the building permit is approved the architect can go home and put his feet up, right? Not so fast!
There will be variations in budget, building type, location, construction method and more, but developing an architectural solution to your building needs usually follows a standard 5 phase framework that will apply regardless of the other variables. Here’s what you can expect.
Few questions generate more discussion during the design stage than this one. When it comes to the idea of a sanctuary, many people feel it needs to be dedicated solely to worship and don’t really understand the concept of a multi-purpose worship space.