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Marjorie Home Design May 15th, 2018 - 13:31:11
The primary goal should be to meet the design criteria in the most space efficient way possible while being creative. The next meeting will be to review the preliminary design which typically consist of the floor plans without all the construction details the front elevation and the plot plan showing the house located on the lot. This is the first time to really know if you are on the same page as your designer. That is why the due diligence was so critical. Hopefully any revisions will be minimal but most importantly none will cause a compromise to the design.
Dont fall susceptible to the heartache and frustration many people suffer as a result of not running credential checks. 3. Choose plans and builders that match your budget and design style. This might seem obvious but it is really easy to get swept away by a house design that costs twice what you can afford or alternatively choose a builder recommended by a friend whose building and design style isnt quite what you require. No matter how you justify it you cant pay more than you can afford nor have a new house construction that you are only reasonably happy with.
5. Reflect on light. Light has a powerful influence on humans. Indeed in areas that see little natural light during the winter months Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is not unusual. This disorder brings feelings of depression along with weight gain daytime sleepiness social withdrawal and lethargy. If you have suffered from SAD in the past or if youre moving to a place with long cloudy winters (such as the Pacific Northwest) it is smart to add skylights to your custom house plan in order to maximize the natural light in your home.
If the due diligence has not been this thorough then there is a good chance you will not get your dream home design. No matter how creative it is if it is not what you imagined then it is a failed design. I am not suggesting taking away creative freedom only that any expectations have to be communicated. Make sure the designer is asking all the right questions or make sure you volunteer them. Alternatively just consider another designer because it is hard to correct a design that heads down the wrong path. Only when the scope of the design has been completely defined should the design drawing begin.