Thursday, 25 October 2012
Great Building Design Guide (Part Four of Four: "Fit For Use")
The right training, tenacity and experience enables you to solve problems in ways that often cost much less. This is especially true when everything that is built is 'fit for use', without wasted space.
Apart from making your garden smaller, wasted space costs money to build.
Good planning results in energy efficient buildings that also save time, making day to day living simpler and less expensive. Good design ensures that a site's positive attributes are emphasised while the negative points are overcome.
The end result is a building that is worth much more to both the owner and to future buyers.