Think Architecture is a diversified architecture, land planning, landscape architecture, interior design and construction management services firm in Utah. Our firm was created with the aspiration to work in collaboration with project owners, public officials, and related engineering professionals to deliver creative, innovative, and visionary projects for an ever-expanding range of building applications and projects throughout the western United States.
Project Initiation to Design Development
Our process begins by understanding our client’s vision, goals and program needs. We look at various components that influence architectural design; site selection, program needs, zoning ordinances and feasibility studies. This investigative process defines the parameters used to develop the design of each project.
Throughout the conceptual development process, our team works in collaboration with stakeholders to ensure a seamless transition to the design and construction phases. Our team will remain involved through final construction to support the owner and contractor with any concerns that may arise.
Architectural Development to Construction management
Once the conceptual development has been defined, our team prepares preliminary renderings, layouts and building elevations. This phase requires input from stakeholders and working collaboratively to refine building details, mechanical and structural systems, and elevations. The design phase moves into the development of construction documents.
During this phase, we work closely with cross-disciplines to ensure design and constructability come together to create a highly functional and aesthetically superior project. We understand the quality and accuracy of construction documents is foremost in the successful completion of any project.
We provide clients with quality work, highly skilled craftsmen, and innovative solutions.
Creative architects and designers providing unique architectural solutions.
Providing innovative architectural design since 1980.
Visionaries pushing the boundaries of architectural form and function.