Everyone requires architects and builders beyond constructing a home, office space, or commercial properties. That’s because aside from the traditional definitions, architects are big picture thinkers possessing very clear visions of the end goal as well as a high level plan. Builders then take that plan and bring it to life.
When the big picture isn’t quite so clear, that’s when Creative Architecting, or the thoughtful and strategic process of designing order where there is currently none, can make all the difference in achieving success.
Apply the word “coach” to an individual project instead of life and career, and you’re on the right track. That’s because Creative Architechting works by…
- conceiving the blue sky vision.
- developing ideas in order to unlock their full potential.
- strategizing the resources necessary to meet an end goal.
- motivating players to stay on task while not losing sight of the big picture.
Q: Do you offer Creative Architecting for teams?
A: Absolutely! Projects are handled just as often by teams as they are by individuals, and Wonder is happy to accommodate. Typically we ask a point person is assigned on the team to help avoid miscommunications. That said, consulting and brainstorming can be administered to an entire group. Rates are project-based so long as everyone involved is working as a collective.
Q: Is Creative Architecting only available to locals?
A: No. While those located in or around Madison, Wisconsin, have the added benefit of working with Wonder face-to-face, all clients are welcome no matter where they are located. Thanks to technology, consulting is easier than ever to carry out via email, phone, video conferencing, or text. Onsite consulting is also available in all locations, but travel fees may apply.
Should the previous options not prove flexible enough, Wonder is open to considering smoke signals and carrier pigeons.
Q: Is architecting really a word?
A: OK, technically we took some liberties with the parts of speech, but as a creative-based company it’s only fair to be innovative–even with words.