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8 Tips to Finding the Perfect Architect for Your Project
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We prepared this guide after seeing so many people struggle with understanding the design and construction process. This process can seem like a complex and frightening roadblock for those who haven’t been through it before. The most important step is choosing an architect.
Nothing is more exciting than creating a new project for your business or personal life, and nothing will affect the success of your project more than the right architect. The architect determines the design and function of a space or building as well as the emotional toll and financial costs involved in its construction.
You may be wondering: how do I find the right architect?
Finding your perfect match in an architect is not impossible and we’ll show you eight points to guide you along the way. Use these points to help analyze the personality, design strategy and communication skills of your candidates.
In this guide, you will discover how to find the right architect for your design, for your budget.
We hope you enjoy this guide and look forward to your feedback on the contents.
Kurt Krueger Architect, Inc.
Kurt Krueger, AIA, ArCH, LEED AP was educated in the practice of architecture and design at Kansas State University. With an approach of learning by doing, he interned in Raleigh, North Carolina for Frank Harmon Architect and later worked for Rockhill and Associates in Lawrence, Kansas where he built several houses in Kansas City and Arkansas as a member of the construction crew. Using this training, he relocated to Los Angeles to work for the architecture firm Marmol Radziner & Associates, with a focus in design-build. After four years, he added to this experience by working another four years at ARYA Group, Inc, a high profile construction company in Los Angeles that specializes in design and construction. Kurt Krueger Architects, Inc. was established in 2012 with a focus on design-build residential and commercial projects that are environmentally responsive and uniquely appropriate.