Waiting out the Covid19 quarantine has given us the chance to finally do some things we’ve been waiting to do, but haven’t had the time … like a splashy, new reno on our website and starting a blog. We’ve been wading in shallow waters with plans and ideas, but didn’t take the plunge until now.
Following up where we left off from our debut post, we wanted to talk about Schematic Design (SD) next. SD is where and when we first identify the scope of the project; it’s the master planning phase. We mentioned in “Welcome…Diving In,” that JAFFE A+I goes beyond providing clients with just a set of plans,
At JAFFE A+I, we remind our clients that it takes a lot of effort to create an effortless aesthetic. That effort begins in earnest during the Design Development phase (DD) where the preliminary plans conceived in Schematic Design (SD) are advanced to the next level of specificity. In this blog post, we’ll demystify the DD