top of page

The concept design stage is an early phase in the project lifecycle where the fundamental ideas and concepts for the project are developed. Here's what typically happens during the concept design stage:

  • Ideation and Exploration: During this stage a variety of design ideas and concepts are generated to explore different possibilities to achieve the project's objectives.

  • Visualisation: Concepts are translated into visual representations such as sketches, drawings, or digital renderings. These visualisations help stakeholders visualize the proposed design and provide feedback for refinement.

  • Basic Requirements Definition: Initial requirements and constraints of the project are identified and defined. This includes understanding the functional needs of the project and any specific requirements outlined by the client or stakeholders.

  • Stakeholder Collaboration: Collaboration with stakeholders is essential to gather input, feedback, and requirements. Designers work closely with clients, end-users, and other relevant stakeholders to ensure that the design aligns with their needs and expectations.

  • Preliminary Design Proposal: A preliminary design proposal or concept design report is developed to outline the proposed design concepts, key features, and design rationale. This serves as a foundation for further development and refinement in subsequent stages of the project.

Concept Design 

Feasibility Study is a crucial initial assessment conducted before starting any project. It aims to evaluate the practicality, viability, and likelihood of success of a proposed project. The results of this service at the early stages can guide decisions on whether to proceed with a project or purchase, or to adjust the project's scope, budget, and timeline.

The following is a summary of the typical processes involved in a feasibility study:

  • The initial step is to define the project's objectives clearly, which encompasses understanding the project's purpose, its goals, and the expected outcomes.

  • Conducting a comprehensive financial analysis to ascertain the project's economic viability.

  • Identifying and evaluating potential risks and uncertainties linked to the project, and formulating strategies to address them.

  • Examining legal and regulatory mandates to ensure adherence to applicable laws, planning prerequisites, and local constraints, such as Article 4 directions.

  • Assessing preferred timelines and logistical hurdles, including transportation issues and operational hour limitations.

Feasibility Study

Home Page

Planning Permission

S t u d i o   I N T E G R A T E
  • LinkedIn
  • X
  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • Youtube

© 2024 by Studio INTEGRATE. 

bottom of page