The Role of an Architectural Designer

The role of an architectural designer is to collect all your ideas, and bring them to reality in the form of drawings to rendered models to help visualise what to expect before the construction begins.

Ever looked at your own home and had a thought of redesigning it or changing some elements of your home but not sure what to do? Whether it is doubling the space of your home or creating an open plan room, an architectural designer would know what to do. What’s better is that an architectural designer would try their best to satisfy your requirements no matter how complicated it is.

The first thing that these architectural designers do is look at your home and discuss your ideas and your budget for the whole project so that you get an idea of what you want before all the building work starts. This would then lead to the architectural designer drawing and rendering models for you to approve.


These architectural designers would also design your house according to what your local council’s rules and regulations are and try their best to get it all approved so you don’t have to be worried about it at all.

What’s even better is that since architectural designers have a lot of experience designing homes, they can also have suggestions on more home designs to make your home so much better while sticking to what your requirements are.

The architectural designers would move towards the building work and the finishing product would end up looking like this:


Some of the stages in an architectural design would require different people from different companies however at Gogo Studio, we will help you from start to finish so you don’t have to worry about anything at all. To learn about the process click here