Architectural drawing

The first step in designing an architectural map is to identify the project. At this stage, by gathering information and reviewing the project site's location, available data and statistics, national and regional regulations and regulations, and getting the client's opinions and needs (our first priority), we get a picture of how the project is going.

Feasibility studies and analysis of project success rates according to market needs (regional market assessment) are among the services that can be provided by consulting engineers in the initial study phase. Evaluation of data from these studies can help determine project suitability and infrastructure suitability for different sectors.

Functionally, the employer needs a certain amount of space to accommodate the needs defined for the project by locating them in a designated area. In the meantime, there are definitely missing rings that are hidden from the employer's perspective. Now, engineers design based on experience and relying on their professional knowledge, tell the employer the need to incorporate them into spaces to complement the relationship between spaces and meet functional needs. What results from this exchange of ideas is the physical plan of the plan, which contains the required micro-spaces and their approximate area

Design phase

Based on all the information gathered about the project as well as the experiences of the project designer, the concept of the design is formed in the mind of the architect. And in the design process, the concept becomes an architectural idea to create an architectural space.
The concept of the design can be completely abstract or fully functional. However, the concept is a factor in creating unity that is present in all stages of the design and is understood in every detail of the project. In fact, it is the kind of spirit that governs the design. The more consistent the concept is, the less likely it is to complete or change it.
Undoubtedly the most sensitive and challenging part of the architectural design process is the conversion of ideas into forms. This stage is the creation of the work. How the idea is transformed into a form depends on a variety of factors, including the concept of the project, the designer's experience, and the sum of the forms that have left a footprint on the designer. Usually the initial spark of form formation is struck at one point, but completing and adapting it to architectural ideas on the one hand and project requirements on the other is a time-consuming process and plays the most important role in completing the design process.
At the stage of form creation, based on the architect's understanding and experience of structural issues, the interplay of architecture and architecture are taken into consideration and the greater the architect's knowledge in the field, the more the structural idea of the project is discussed. Sometimes, with a double emphasis on structural structure, an architectural form is formed according to structural rules.

Completion of project design and construction

Following the emergence of the project volume and during the initial design stages, with regard to the structural issues and attention to the installation points, as well as the preparation of structural and mechanical and electrical installation drawings, the architectural design has also been refined and implemented. From the features of Phase 2, or executive mapping, changes are inevitably causing the architectural plans to change. But it is important that the design process is more thoughtful and thoughtful, and the structural and installation issues are taken into account, the easier the design phase is, the easier the phase 2 phase is implemented. Being more consistent and matching them to the plan will have less problems.
The importance of the design and construction approach from an architectural and project-oriented perspective is evident in the above. Apart from the various advantages of the design and construction method that can be discussed in the context of contracting, project control, and cost reductions, given the importance of the project as the creator of the architectural process, it is undoubtedly the most appropriate way to create works with It is a valuable and enduring architecture. In this way the position of designer and creator becomes the position of creator.

طـراحـی معـمـاری:

  • Phase Zero (Study-Consulting)
  • Phase One (City Hall) Design Appropriate for Terrazzo Location and Land Use, Allocating Most Parking
  • Phase 2 (Executive)
  • Facade design (two, three dimensional), interior decoration