1. **Needs Analysis and Planning**: - Discuss requirements with the owner or stakeholders: Understand the owner's goals, budget, timeline and other requirements. - Analyze the site and environment: study the characteristics of the site in terms of topography, climate, soil conditions, laws and regulations. - Determine project scope: Define the size, functionality, space needs and other special requirements of the construction project. 2. **Conceptual design stage**: - Idea generation: generate multiple design ideas through brainstorming and design exploration. - Preliminary design plan: Convert the concept into a preliminary design plan, including the form, layout and spatial organization of the building. 3. **Design Development Phase**: - Further improve the design: Based on the owner’s feedback and requirements, gradually improve the design plan, including building structure, material selection and technical details. - Conduct design reviews: Review and evaluate design proposals with the owner, architect, and other design team members to ensure compliance with project goals and requirements. 4. **Final Design Phase**: - Develop construction drawings: draw detailed construction drawings, including plans, elevations, sections, details and specifications, etc. - Preparation of technical specifications: Determine building materials, equipment and construction methods, and prepare technical specifications.