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When the project's parameters are established, the architect will begin developing concepts. These will be influenced by project scope, budget and your individual requirements.
During concept development an architect will investigate a number of ideas. It is not unusual to receive a number of alternative ideas for your project, as your architect will be thinking about broad issues, looking for advantages of site and setting and ways to design more efficiently. These alternatives may challenge your thinking but be open-minded and communicate clearly about what you do and don’t like. It is always helpful to revisit your brief to assess whether any concept meets your stated objectives.
by Marc Williams
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