How to Write a Brief for your Architect
To get the house you want you need to communicate, writing a brief for your architect is a solid starting point. Take time to do this – it’s the foundation of the project. No-one other than you knows better what you like. Of course, there will be changes and ideas flying around but the fundamentals will stay there – there are things you like and want to see in your home. Your architect needs to know them.
The first thing to do is to sit down with your family, partner, dog/cat and discuss what it is you want from the new project. With Instagram, Pinterest, Houzz websites around and Home renovating magazines overloading shop shelves there shouldn’t be any shortage of inspiration. This is a fun stage. After you agreed on what you like/dislike the more practical (and not so much fun) stage kicks in – you need to put in down on a paper for the architect. Below are some things you may want to consider when putting a brief together. Good luck!
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