ARCHITECTURE PROGRAMMING IN DENVER, SALT LAKE CITY AND GRAND JUNCTION
Every project has a starting point, where interested parties come together to talk about what needs to be done in order to complete the necessary work. In architecture, everything begins with the programming stage. Before a design is drafted, before materials are decided on, and before a site is chosen, the architect must sit down with the client to go over everything from start to finish.
Kraai Design Architecture is a highly respected architecture firm in Salt Lake City, and has a strong track record of designing dynamic buildings for a diverse clientele. We are well-equipped to handle this phase, as well as any others in the design process.
DEVELOPS A BUDGET
As the client, you learn about how feasible certain things are, given the scope and budget of the project. Our talented team can guide you through the design process, shedding light on how things develop and helping you develop a comprehensive view of your future building.
CREATES A DESIGN
Programming may seem like a straightforward process where a client hands the architect a list of requirements, who then creates a design based on the list. However, in reality it is an involved process where the architect and client go over what the client wants included in the design, assessing each need individually.
SETS A TONE
Because this sets the tone for rest of the project, the relationship between the client and architect must be strong in order to guarantee the best possible results. At Kraai Design Architecture, we take the time to listen to our client’s needs, and work hard to create designs that are representative of their vision.
Architecture Programming in Denver, Salt Lake City, and Grand Junction
IMPORTANCE OF PROGRAMMING IN THE DESIGN PROCESS
At Kraai Design Architecture, we find it helpful to picture programming as a conversation between two parties, where both can learn something from the other. As the architects, we learn about the client’s goals and vision for the project, ranging from more general information like the number of rooms and floors, to more specific, qualitative details like how to deal with external noise or other environmental factors.