How does an Architect decide what to create? What are the forces that determine the form of a building? The transparent design process at IntuArch provides visualization for the many issues that affect the form of a building.
All of the potential influences that could inform the design are evaluated for their importance to the project. These forces maintain their origins throughout design, and become signifiers of the project’s success. By maintaining vigilant attention to the multitude of these “design inputs,” IntuArch creates value for our Clients by providing for the varying needs of the future inhabitants of a building.
“Design inputs” are abstract cultural and environmental concepts which we combine into a formalized geometry, creating the visual appeal of the Architecture. The design must adhere to the spirit of the “input,” and effectively communicate the design intent to the eventual user.
IntuArch produces the documentation to communicate the design to our clients. This often takes the form of a presentation or book, containing the imagery which visualizes the Architecture and the diagrams that signify the purpose of the resulting design. Drawings and relevant data tables are shared to appropriately support the efficacy of the design.