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Introduction,Client Architect Relationship,Information Required at Schematic Design. Space Circulation and Massing Studies, Engineering Services for Schematic Design Integrated Design. Design Alternatives Evaluation and Selection,Building Cost Analysis. Documentation and Presentation,Standard Contract Documents and Checklists. References,Schematic Design Chapter 2 3 5 Volume 2.
Schematic Design, Introduction high performance windows and thereby reducing. the size and cost for mechanical equipment, Schematic design is the phase of the project The sustainable vision for the project should. during which the client s requirements and involve documentation of all design decisions. desires assume architectural form The term also Integration at the schematic design stage of. represents the important conceptual stage where appropriate site development building envelope. the architect can provide added value by using characteristics and mechanical and electrical. creativity and ability to synthesize various and systems optimizes the contribution of each. often competing requirements At this stage design discipline. the architect and the client agree on an, architectural concept representing a synthesis Also new software developments allow architects. of the following elements to undertake preliminary modeling and develop. rapid prototypes as well as document the, the nature of the site building as a three dimensional model using. the space planning requirements described Building Information Modeling or BIM These. in the client s program new techniques mean that the design work is. the self image or philosophical objectives more front end loaded or more intensive. of the client during the schematic design and design. the design approach of the architect development phases and therefore schedules. staff time and invoicing must be adjusted, In schematic design the architect and the accordingly.
client discuss and confirm the key issues of the, project and agree on the architectural form to As the design character emerges the need to. accommodate them This form should be based change program details may become evident The. on a design brief or functional program developed schematic design process provides a method for. during pre design refer to Chapter 2 3 4 Pre fine tuning elements of the client s requirements. design The benefits and value of preparing a and adjusting spatial relationships before. well thought out program cannot be overstated beginning design development. Throughout the schematic design phase the Schematic design is also the stage when the. architect tests the client s program by studying architect assembles the design team including. various planning and massing relationships sub consultants who. always within the constraints of the project, budget Ideally schematic design will conclude become familiar with the opportunities and. with a design which is the best possible challenges presented by the building site. synthesis of all the factors being considered investigate different types of construction. materials systems and contractual methods, Schematic designs may be developed using an may obtain detailed site information including. Integrated Design Approach which involves a all services such as water sewer gas. multi disciplinary team of design professionals establish the project s technical principles. as well as the client as a core team member review their proposals with the architect. Sometimes a facilitator is involved to assist the and the client. team in establishing sustainable goals and in, considering the impacts of all design decisions Refer also the Site Evaluation Checklist in. on the life cycle of the building Inevitably there Chapter 2 3 4 Pre design. will need to be trade offs such as incorporating, Canadian Handbook of Practice for Architects January 2009.
Volume 2 Chapter 2 3 5 Schematic Design, Client Architect Relationship In addition to the program the client is. responsible for providing full documentation, The most successful projects result when the of site conditions including. client participates actively in the development legal and physical surveys. of the design Throughout schematic design the reports on sub surface conditions including. architect client dialogue continues as proposals the presence of hazardous materials or other. for specific responses to the project s requirements pollutants. are put forward by the architect It is important any other professional reports or opinions. for the parties to remain in agreement over the from specialist consultants that will have. fundamental issues outlined in the functional an impact on the work. program To facilitate effective client participation. and to maintain the trust between the parties the If the client does not have all this documentation. architect must encourage communication and the architect may help procure it acting as the. ensure that all design issues and construction client s agent Alternatively the architect may. budgets are presented and open to discussion insist that the client retain specialists to provide. Minutes of design meetings should be taken and the necessary information partly because the. circulated architect s liability insurance will not cover certain. sub consultants,Timely client involvement will help resolve. difficulties with program elements or highlight If the architect and the client do not yet have. the need to modify the program Budgets must a clearly defined understanding of project. be reviewed to ensure that the proposed solution objectives schematic design should be delayed. meets all functional requirements alternatively until the appropriate information is available. the budget can be adjusted With a speculative and intentions are understood Assistance with. building project or with alternative construction programming and obtaining missing information. project delivery systems the architect may not are considered additional or optional services. have access to a community of users In this and should be billed accordingly. instance the client is considered the user, representative The architect may request that As the schematic design process continues. the client formally confirm certain decisions with the architect applies technical and regulatory. recognized user groups or associations knowledge by. To ensure that projects run smoothly and design incorporating appropriate construction. time is optimized the architect should insist materials and methods. that clients provide timely approvals and ensuring compliance with building codes. information on functional requirements dealing with occupational health and safety. ensuring that local zoning and urban design,Information Required requirements are met.
at Schematic Design,Before proceeding to design development. The client is responsible for providing functional architects must fully investigate planning and. program addressing technical requirements as well as regulations of. functional requirements and spatial Authorities Having Jurisdiction such as. relationships environmental impact site plan control zoning. flexibility and provision for expansion parking requirements and limiting distances A. special equipment and systems general overview rather than a detailed. site requirements analysis of building code compliance is. construction budget necessary at this stage,time frame or schedule. January 2009 Canadian Handbook of Practice for Architects. Schematic Design Chapter 2 3 5 Volume 2, Space Circulation and and ventilation are viewed as interdependent. During the schematic design phase the architect, Massing Studies usually facilitates the design team including. structural mechanical and electrical engineers,As part of the preliminary analysis of a new.
Other specialist sub consultants may be required,commission the architect will often prepare. depending on site conditions and programmatic,a series of space diagrams to identify the. requirements Engineering sub consultants help,comparative size and relationships of the. prepare the construction budget submitted at the,functional areas and spaces required Proportions. completion of the schematic design stage refer,and volumes can be established and with the.
to Chapter 2 3 3 Cost Planning and Control,data rationalized to this extent the preliminary. The project will progress more smoothly if the,architectural planning and designing can be. consultants become familiar with the site and,more realistically undertaken. program requirements early on in the process,In addition pedestrian and vehicular circulation. Engineering sub consultants also help prepare,diagrams linking the relevant spaces and.
the construction budget submitted at the,applicable site constraints can be undertaken. completion of the schematic design stage refer,usually concurrently Consultant input especially. to Chapter 2 3 3 Cost Planning and Control,related to mechanical and electrical space. requirements as well as vehicular traffic and,As the general form of the facility emerges from. vertical transportation systems may be sought,programmatic data engineers from the various.
at this stage,disciplines work with the architect to develop. structural mechanical and electrical designs and,On large and complex projects the architect. building system concepts which are appropriate to,should ask the client to approve such diagrams. the project goals Early involvement by design,as they are developed. engineers is a significant factor in obtaining the. synthesis of building elements that can lead to,Having undertaken and established some basic.
reduced capital costs and improved building,planning relationships in the form of these. performance,flow and space diagrams the architect with. input from the design team must then consider, the overall form which the project Design Alternatives. could take Evaluation and Selection, Using sketches and block models the architect The project program may include more than one. investigates various forms and relative volumes possible path to follow for planning or for. for the building project From such massing developing architectural concepts In these. studies the architect can circumstances the architect may prepare design. alternatives for the client to consider,establish the sculptural quality of the.
At the schematic design stage design alternatives,visualize the space between buildings. should involve quick diagrammatic studies to,proposed and existing. address issues such as circulation planning,determine the effect of sun shade snow. and volumetric aspects of the project without,rain and wind on the project and its. developing architectural detail Some clients may,surrounding environment.
want to review multiple options thinking that this. demonstrates a thoroughness of process These, Engineering Services options should be limited to simple planning. for Schematic Design diagrams The number of options should be limited. Integrated Design and based upon the fee proposal and the. agreement with the client One design alternative, The Integrated Design Process helps to ensure that should then be selected and developed in more. all building systems and components such as site detail The architect must strike a balance. design structure orientation envelope lighting between providing an appropriate level of basic. Canadian Handbook of Practice for Architects January 2009. Volume 2 Chapter 2 3 5 Schematic Design, services and undertaking extensive studies that illustrative sketches or perspective. should be identified and billed as optional or renderings computer generated. additional services presentations,massing models,Design alternatives should be evaluated and. selected on the basis of In addition to design documents it is often. appropriate to prepare a report containing,completeness of response to program.
the following, success in resolving functional relationships design approach or philosophy. and adjacency requirements sustainable goals and environmental features. compliance with previously established probable construction cost with appropriate. sustainable goals qualifications refer to Chapter 2 3 3. the merits of alternative structural Cost Planning and Control. mechanical and electrical systems summary of status of design with respect to. comparisons of building efficiencies applicable environmental planning and. including zoning regulations as well as building codes. ratio of net to gross floor areas preliminary schedule for design and. ratio between circulation and usable construction start and completion and the. floor areas form of construction procurement, wall surface to floor area ratios description of structural mechanical and. capital operating and maintenance electrical systems. costs basic area calculations and analyses, Building Cost Analysis product and material description and sample. of key construction materials or finishes,During schematic design the architect prepares. preliminary cost estimates usually based on The architect reviews the documents with the. the area or volume of the proposed building client and should obtain written approval before. multiplied by the appropriate unit costs refer beginning design development. to Chapter 2 3 3 Cost Planning and Control, Sometimes it becomes clear at the schematic Standard Contract.
design phase that the client s expectations Documents and Checklists. cannot be met within the current budget In this, case the architect needs to work with the client A list of the services to be provided in. to adjust the scope of work or the quality or the schematic design phase is contained in. alternatively provide for an increase in the Schedule A or Schedule B Schedule of. budget Architect s Services and Client Responsibilities. for use with the Canadian Standard Forms of, Documentation and Presentation Contract Between Client and Architect RAIC. Document Six and in Schedule A Schedule of, Schematic design documents illustrate the Architect s Services and Client s Responsibilities of. functional relationships of the project elements Canadian Standard Forms of Agreement Between. as well as the project s scale and character Client and Architect Abbreviated Version RAIC. based on the final version of the functional Document Seven. program the schedule and the construction, budget The design documents may include A detailed Checklist for the Management of the. Architectural Project including requirements, a site plan during the schematic design phase is available.
principal floor plans at the end of Chapter 2 3 1 Management of. vertical sections the Project,building elevations, January 2009 Canadian Handbook of Practice for Architects. Schematic Design Chapter 2 3 5 Volume 2,References. Allen Edward and Joseph Iano The Architect s Studio Companion Technical Guidelines for Preliminary. Design Toronto Ont John Wiley Sons 1989, Buildinggreen com Articles related to Integrated Design Process. www buildinggreen com, G F Shymko and Associates Inc C 2000 Design Facilitation Overview of Facilitation Experiences. in the Alice Turner Branch Library Vancouver B C May 1998. Larsson Nils The C 2000 Program Changing the Design Process Ottawa Ont Natural Resources. Canada September 1998, The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada Ottawa Ont.
Canadian Standard Form of Contract Between Client and Architect RAIC Document Six 2006 Edition. Canadian Standard Form of Agreement Between Client and Architect Abbreviated Version. Document Seven 1997,Whole Building Design Guide,www wbdg org design engage process php. Canadian Handbook of Practice for Architects January 2009.


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