Feasibility Study

Site Assessment

Evaluate the existing loft space, considering dimensions, structural elements, and access points.

Regulatory Check

Assess local planning regulations and building codes to determine feasibility and constraints.

Conceptual Design

Client Consultation

Understand the client’s goals, preferences, and requirements for the loft space.

Preliminary Design

Develop initial design concepts, considering layout, functionality, and aesthetic preferences.

Architectural Drawings

Detailed Measurements

Take accurate measurements of the loft space for precise architectural drawings.

Floor Plans and Elevations

Create detailed plans and elevations to illustrate the proposed layout and design.

Planning Permission and Building Regulations


Prepare and submit planning permission applications if required.

Building Regulations Approval

Develop detailed plans that comply with building regulations and submit them for approval.

Structural Considerations

Structural Engineer Involvement

Collaborate with a structural engineer to assess the existing structure and determine necessary modifications.

Load-Bearing Walls

Identify and address any load-bearing walls that need reinforcement or removal.

Interior Design and Layout

Space Utilization

Plan the interior layout to optimise space and functionality.

Material Selection

Choose finishes, fixtures, and materials that align with the design concept.

Technical Detailing

Staircase Placement

Design a staircase that provides safe and convenient access to the loft.


Ensure the staircase design complies with building regulations.

In summary, CGI services in architecture enhance the design process by providing powerful visualisation tools that aid in communication, marketing, and decision-making. These services contribute to a more efficient and effective workflow from conceptualisation to project completion.