Terminologies explained, by residential drafting design company in Sydney
Need a hand to alter, extend or renovate your home but not sure of who to engage? Today Go Design Solutions, residential drafting design specialist in Sydney, will explain a few terminologies that people often get confused of.
Are you wondering if you need a draftsman, designer or an architect? Read on to find out more.
A qualified architect is a legally registered title with the local state regulatory board. They usually have a formal degree in architectural and are involved throughout an entire project. They are part of the planning and design phase as well as supervising the construction of a project.
A building designer in NSW is not a qualified architect. This role is once knowns as a draftsman within the industry and their skill set could involve to the energy efficient and functional requirements of a building.
Designer, or an interior designer, is in charge of designing an interior space from floors to walls. They are responsible of colours, materials and finishing as well as joinery.
Last but not least, what is a draftsman? A great draftsman’s skill set is creation and production of building documentations. They will handle all you need to apply for approval from your local council.
Go Design Solutions is a team of experienced draftsmen who are passionate in residential drafting design in Sydney, Penshurst and Sutherland Shire. Looking for extend your home? Contact us now.