Our building designers at Green Start Design confirm that in terms of design, the first thing people often focus their attention on is the way the building looks. However, it is important to keep in mind that a good design is not necessarily visual; it also involves other components to take into consideration.

The first one is the aesthetic point of view. For anyone who is building a new house, an extension or doing some renovations, the aesthetic is important for ourselves but also for people around us. A good design requires creation and imagination to make the new space an “object” that people want to look at and live in. Make your design unique!

Secondly, a good design requires it to be effective by serving a purpose and solving your initial problems. Ask yourself if the new design is working well and its use meets your needs and requirements. It is pointless to get a stunning and trendy design that doesn’t fit to your needs – it is more likely going to add other problems.

Lastly, the most important component that combines aesthetic and usefulness is the functionality of your design. You want something well-made and nice to look at: in other words, something beautiful and effective. Whatever your project is, ensure it is functional.

At Green Start Design, our building designers emphasise these 3 components by considering your needs but also your aesthetical expectations and restrictions. ⇒ CONTACT ⇐ our building designers for advice on how to make your new home, addition or renovation functional, aesthetic and effective.