Architectural + Engineering Design


At Kannoun Design we maintain close communications with Clients at every step of the design process, and You, as our Client, will be involved in all key decisions to ensure that you receive the result you desired.
Our experienced Architects and Engineers create their solutions with dedication and passion, and apply our quality procedures in all the deliverables.
That is why our designs always fit the client lifestyle and meet their requirements, needs and desires.

How it works


First Step

Client brief and Budget

We starts with a project kick meeting to take brief and wishlist set the design parameters for your project.  These are the project requirements that the client wants in their new project.


Second Step

Letter of Agreement

Once you decide to move forward, we will ask you to electronically sign our Letter of Agreement and request a retainer payment so that we can begin working on your exciting project.


Third Step

Concept design

Your brief and design opportunities from your site are used as the basis to draw your concept plan.


Fourth Step

Schematic design

Following sign off the Concept Design, we will progress to the Schematic Design phase where we engage and fully coordinate with the relative engineering disciplines.


Fifth Step

Development design

Once the Schematic Design has been approved, we will create the detailed Drawing for your building permit applications and construction.


Sixth Step

Construction costs estimation

An approximation of the construction costs for your project can be provided, at the end of Schematic Design or Development Design, by a Quantity Surveyor.


Seventh Step


Several builders can be contacted on your behalf to provide a tender price for construction of your project. These can be your preferred builders.


Eighth Step

Construction supervision

On site, and during construction of your project, we can act as your representative. Ensuring your home is constructed according to your documents, providing advice and site inspections.

Ready to move forward?