Concept Design

Preliminary concept designs are developed for major components to address the scope and nature of the project. Design themes, storylines, and architectural styles are established. Issues that are addressed include not only design, but also economic and operational guidelines. Conceptual design developed during this stage is based upon the owner/developer’s project objectives.
The final concept design covers all project disciplines (i.e. architecture and engineering, etc.) developed to a level of detail sufficient for understanding the project’s scope, style, and content. This will allow the determination of the requirements needed by these disciplines to design and develop the project. Verification of the final concept design against all major components of the project scope and establishment of project budget and schedule will complete the project’s master planning phase.

Preliminary concept designs are developed for major components to address the scope and nature of the project. Design themes, storylines, and architectural styles are established. Conceptual design developed during this stage is based upon the owner/developer’s project objectives.
The final concept design covers all project disciplines (i.e. architecture and engineering, etc.) developed to a level of detail sufficient for understanding the project’s scope, style, and content.

Theme development:
Our visual perspective can shift to ground level, now that we have a detailed overall perspective.
The conceptual sketch below is one of the many concept art images prepared by Sergej Karnet. These artist conception images provide a view of the new leisure attraction through the eyes of a typical visitor.

Schematic Design:
The schematic design phase determines the size, function, appearance, and basic requirements of the various component elements and project disciplines; as well as allows for the development of preliminary floor plans and elevations. In addition, all key systems, entertainment, rides and shows will be determined.
Cost projections will be further refined in this stage and project adjustments made accordingly.
With a schematic design, the facility architect can now, with confidence, design the buildings for attractions, entertainment, merchandise, food and beverage.
The schematic design phase is also the time when all of the basic engineering, civil, electrical and mechanical, is quantified and prepared. Cost projections will be further refined in this stage and project adjustments made accordingly.

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