I recently wrote an architectural design statement for a Perth-based architecture firm, as part of its tender submission.
I was referred to them by another comms / content marketer, so had not worked with the company before.
The deadline was tight, so we got cracking – quickly.
The brief: Architectural Design Statement
So, what is an architectural design statement?
As its name suggests, an architectural design statement outlines the essential elements for planning and building an architectural structure / project / design.
Its purpose is to guide stakeholders / project proponents, by providing the architectural vision of the structure / project / design, the ideal outcome, and key roles in delivering it. In doing so, it provides a unified goal for stakeholders / project proponents to work towards.
The client provided me with an example of the type of writing required, and some bullet points outlining the project, its design elements and goals.
I provided the copy within the day! And, importantly, the client made their super tight deadline.
“Thanks again for your help, Jeanette. Your work is fantastic.” – Director