Here we are! After years of study and work we finally have everything you need to build on our castle. want to invest all our energy for this project to come to life and is as we have in mind. Obviously we can not do this alone, but we have to take the help of many professionals from ‘engineer until the plumber. These professionals are needed, especially the engineer or architect that the work is legal and do not come in literally destroy our castle. But however the client, those who build, is the linchpin of the whole work.

To achieve the good work it is better to divide it into phases. Designing the Customer: the customer must choose first your technical or the designer of the building (can be surveyor, architect, engineer or surveyor). Together with the latter defining the budget for the work (including land purchase, materials, companies, professionals, permits etc.) above the selected figure by estimating a 20% higher for incidental charges during construction. Without this must choose the ground on which the house is to be built. At this stage it is better to get help from the technician who first see whether it is possible to build and define the building area. To define the area of building the technician will: begin to build 5m away from the ends while at 10 m away from rivers, roads and other buildings unless there are other municipal rules.


Purchase of land is the time to start planning. If you have something in mind tell your technician that will bring a draft of the design. now it’s time to have fun! Let say from your technician the maximum dimensions for the construction of your building both width and length. After your thoughts on the measurement of the building take paper, pencil, a ruler and a team. would not recommend using technical programs for the less good the PC because it take you twice the time it takes just to learn the program. For the good any technical program is fine: what to do are the same. Decide on a scale on which to work. For example we have a wall of 5m and we want to draw in 1:50 scale first pass meters to centimeters 5m = 500cm and divide the centimeter scale with the value of 500/50 = 10. So we should draw a line 10 cm to indicate a wall of 5m. Draw so the perimeter of our building. The walls of the perimeter are usually carriers which usually have a thickness of 60 cm and then to our perimeter we should give a thickness of 60 cm 1:50 scale that is 1.2 . cm.