A design questionnaire or checklist can help stimulate thoughts when working on a new custom home design.
How do occupants affect the function of the design?
How long do you plan to live in the home?
Can the design adapt to the changing needs of a family?
Where are rooms located and how do they interact?
What are the public and private room relationships?
What are the specific requirements of each room?
Do you have pets or frequently have guests?
Describe the type of entertaining you do.
These questions and many more can help you think through important decisions that an architect or home designer will need to develop a home design for you. Here's a thorough checklist that will really get you thinking. Please let us know if we can help in any way.
Request a copy of the entire 7-page checklist - Kg3d Design Questionnaire
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Allow us to introduce you to The GCH Way of building your next home. Please let us know if you have any questions. Keith Groninger