Our project design scope comprises three interlinked phases - Master Planning & Concept Development, Schematic Design & Design Development, and Detailed Design & Engineered Solutions. Each phase has its own methodology, objectives, and deliverables but they are always aligned to the overall business planning and focus on final project efficiencies and effectiveness.



The Concept Master Vision is the starting point for a well planned project. This is where the combined ideas start to funnel into something tangible. Creating images which capture the essence of the project are integral at this point. The seed for the project is now planted and the direction becomes clearer. 


What to expect?

  • Workshop meetings.

  • Black & White or coloured sketches.

  • Images.

  • Summary of workshop meetings.


The critical step for any project is creating a strong Master Plan. The Master Plan encompasses all the elements for success. The user experience is mapped out with careful consideration given to the dimensions and budgets. Footprints and locations of the core components are mapped out to maximise the use of space and user experience. During this process the story narrative becomes an active function of what the project is.


What to expect?

  • Hand sketched Master Plan with concept images.

  • Images of attractions and core components.

  • Indicative dimensions of floor space.

  • General summary of all items.


The concept design is a collation of all the images, themes, attractions and components that have been selected in the earlier stages. The colour and the shape of elevations generate a real image of what’s to come.  The story narrative is now well established along with a comprehensive dimensioned Master Plan. The egress and circulation will be shown, adding further depth to the project.


What to expect?

  • Perspective renderings from various angles.

  • Comprehensive Master Plan.

  • Concept Images – colour rendered showing low level finishes.

  • Individual Area layouts, showing attraction locations.


The culmination of all the previous stages, lead to the creation of the Schematic Design. By now there is a clear definition of the general scope and concept for the project. Detailed drawings including scale and relationships between building and attraction components are now complete. The core components of the project are now in place and the design is ready for Design Development. 


What to expect?

  • Schematic drawings of attractions, themed facades & general areas.

  • Architectural layouts.

  • Scaled & engineered architectural layout drawings for all areas.

  • Scaled cross-section and elevation architectural drawings.

  • Estimated project construction cost.

  • Specifications for materials, colour palette and sample boards.


Design Development is the last piece of the puzzle. The highly detailed drawings are a representation of what is going to be built. The drawings can be used to form the basis of a tender contract allowing the construction phase to begin. The level of information contained within the drawings is enough for contractors to apply a commercial value and any foreseeable construction constraints and considerations have been addressed.


What to expect?

  • Detailed construction drawings.

  • General arrangements.

  • Cross sections and elevations.

  • Typical details.

  • Attraction specifications.

  • Manufacturer data, sizes and layouts for equipment.

  • Detailed material specifications.