Although the process may seem daunting, the steps to get you there are small and all of them are achievable. The most important thing to remember as you embark on this journey is to block out all of the noise and listen to yourself. You have more knowledge than you know about how to design architecture that will be unique to you.
The second part in the process to design + build your architecture is to put the information together.
When you take all of the information you have gathered and put it together in one place, you start to see patterns which, when used in combination, create a unique solution that works in every way for you.
The first part in the process to design + build your architecture is to gather information.
All of the information you gather works together to inform your unique architectural language in order to make architecture specific to you. The more information you gather now, the less surprises you will have along the way.
If you are sitting poised to begin your architecture, but the choices are overwhelming and you’re not sure where to start, the big question to answer is What is your end goal and how will you achieve it?
The answer gives you the direction you need to begin the steps to make it happen.
Architecture may seem a little intimidating. But it’s not. It is for the use of people every day. It is for you.
You will spend a lot of time in these spaces and so the architecture should speak of your story, your purpose, your place and your people. It is only if it does speak your unique architectural language that it will suit you in every way, every day.
I wanted to help people find architecture specific to them, give them the confidence to navigate the process, problem solve the best solutions and include the practicalities and beauty of architecture in their every day life.
I wanted to take the information that people already had, find the information they are missing and interpret it all in combination to make architecture specific to them.