If we are savvy with our Malibu architects, one day we could be in a place to follow through with one of the biggest dreams that many of us have. For some of us it can mean looking to build our dream home.
The thought of having a blank canvas and designing a home with the exact rooms and specifications to suit our needs as well as our families is something most of us would love the opportunity to be able to do.
The possibilities in a new home are endless, you could have the large open plan kitchen/diner you have always craved, the exact amount of bedrooms you must for you and your family, the correct number of bathrooms and en-suites. More bathrooms could banish the family queues waiting for showers in the morning.
You could even help yourself by lowering your annual utility bills by installing renewable energies in the form of solar panels and heat pumps. You could even look to high-tech, low heat loss glazing and even underfloor heating.
When you walk into a friend’s home that has underfloor heating the feeling of comfort on your feet and body you feel is amazing, why wouldn’t you have it in your new home.
If you are lucky enough to be in this situation where do you begin? The first step is to find an architect that can help you realise your dreams. An online internet search will bring up a whole host of different architects ranging from sole traders to huge national companies. Architectural CAD drawings will be used by most companies offering the service to prepare your design for your new build.
It is up to you using online reviews and company portfolios to then choose the one to help you. Each of them will be able to offer architectural CAD drawings to compliment your design and build requirements.
Architectural CAD drawing software is used by architects to design your house. They will take all the aspects that you require and using their knowledge, skill and experience prepare a detailed scaled drawing of your new home.
Over the course of a project many drawings will be required to be changed because of various on site conditions as the project progresses, these are called drawing amendments and are very common. Architects will usually build these changes into the project.
The architectural CAD drawing software the architect uses can vary greatly in ease of use and the finished article it can produce. It will be up to them to decide on the software they are using. Each will have their own preferred version they and their teams will use all the time and be familiar with.