1 – Knowledge
An architect has the most appropriate training and experience to create, co-ordinate and manage your building project. An architect’s education covers a number of areas, which range from landscaping design to ergonomics, law, sociology, construction materials and techniques, etc. This diversity allows an architect to foresee many design options while analysing a wide selection of requirements and restrictions.
2 – Conceptualization
An architect has the capacity to take client’s abstract ideas and put them into a questionnaire that you could visualise and discuss and more to the point give a contractor to build Website.
3 – Creativity
A talented architect can make projects that aren’t only functional but aesthetical beautiful or interesting. Architects are trained to make use of their imagination to fix problems.
4 – Priority
An architect will prioritise your requirements and requirements. An architect will act in your best interest at all times. She or he can look at the “big picture” and assist in determining your true needs and goals.
5 – Cost-effectiveness
An architect helps help you save time and money. A well designed building is sustainably more effective and will have lower maintenance costs. This can also add to the value of your building. An experienced architect can help you to avoid trouble spots and advise about how exactly to help keep costs down.
6 – Social Responsibility
An architect works for you and for the society. A building created by an architect will contribute to a much better quality of life of its occupants and also for a much better built environment. A great environment can contribute to a far more harmonious society where citizens feel connected and heritage and creativity are reconciled.
7 – Exclusivity
An architect will help you to explore most of the possible choices for your project. The finally result is a building that is created specifically for your needs. If you’d to dress the exact same clothes for the remainder of your life would you buy them in a higher street shop or would you receive a dressmaker to create them for your specific needs?
8 – Environmental awareness
An experienced architect will help you to accomplish an environmental sustainable building. An environmentally-conscious design will contribute to comply with today’s demanding energy performance requirements.
9 – Communication
An experienced architect has the capacity to communicate ideas effectively – to clients, engineers, planners, contractors, etc. By communicating effectively an architect can assist with any unforeseen situations and solve problems creatively.
10 – Administration
An architect will help you in order to avoid unpleasant surprises during construction and also make the contract run more smoothly. An architect will act fairly and impartially when administering a contract.
With over 13 years of experience Isabel Barros is a totally qualified Senior Architect member of the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland and also a member of the Portuguese Association of Architects. She holds extensive experience in residential, commercial and leisure projects and also in Master Planning.