By . Architecture. Published at Tuesday, June 05th, 2018 - 21:23:44 PM.
Mixed materials on the same plane are becoming standard, especially on the front of the home. Texture is trendy, and that is what mixed siding is all about. The trend is the result of the recent shift toward home exterior designs complimenting the natural environment. And we do not mean log cabins are popping up on every corner. We are talking about contemporary exteriors with a rustic charm. This is achieved using different styles of the same siding, such a combination of shiplap and cedar shake siding, in the same color. Using vinyl with stone or brick accents, for example, is another approach that instantly lends to a more custom, high end feel without the price tag of natural stone.
This is a category for those of you who find pleasure in analyzing the graceful lines and the silhouette of a beautiful building, who enjoy discovering new and intuitive designs for multi functional spaces or who love modern architecture and everything that has to do with it. Browse our articles to come across wonderful architectural designs from all over the world.
An architect will always be trained in building contract law. At the construction stage of your project, it is useful to have a building contract set up and administered by a third party. Its a useful record that helps you to manage all aspects of the relationship between you and your builder. The inevitable decision-making path ahead and discussions regarding payments are all taken care in one big document, before any work has been completed. An architect, who will have intimate knowledge of the design and detail of your project, is perfectly positioned to draw this contract up.
List the order of your project aims, and ask your architect about how capital costs might be determined; this will give you an idea of your core budget. If its easier, gather your objectives into a spreadsheet, which will make it easier to understand their relevance and interactions with each other. Remember the diagram of cost time quality. Of course, we all want to achieve high quality at a low cost in the least amount of time.However, it is generally recognised that the architecture and realisation of most building projects has to settle for two of these factors and these two have a direct influence on the third.
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