Architecture Feasibility Study for a flint county home.
Fingerprintstudios architects have been preparing feasibility study to extend this historic flint house in Hampshire.
Benefits of an architecture feasibility study.
A feasibility study is a preliminary study undertaken at the very early stage of a project. A feasibility investigates and evaluates the potential of a site or building to assess the opportunities and constraints to define a brief and direction for a development project.
It can include looking at a brief history of the site, the overall condition condition and significance of the building, as well as orientation of the site, key site features, vantage points, key views, access as well as the constraints and opportunities that will steer the development. Options for the development are developed, compared, and a preferred option is established ahead of confirming a formal direction for the project.
Taking the time to set the foundation for any development provides a valuable starting point for any project and should be considered as an important stage for any project. Circumnavigating this stage may result in the development proposal not maximising its potential. We believe that a feasibility study ensures that a project design is better executed.
Why undertake a feasibility study?
Undertaking a feasibility study and assessing the practicality of a proposed architectural project, can save time and money by reviewing the project holistically by gathering evidence and information that will steer the project solution.
Architecture feasibility study for the flint house.
We have proactively been working in partnership with the client to prepare the feasibility for a two storey house extension for this existing country flint house in Hampshire. The property is set in a beautiful plot bound with mature trees and shrubs with a beautiful manicured lawn.
This feasibility study will review the potential for a two storey house extension and conclude the best approach in terms of size, position, materials and construction and will help to inform the design for the building.