Architectural Firms and Builders

What exists without Architects and Builders?  Nothing, and certainly nothing beautiful.  

As you work to juggle multiple relationships and points of collaboration throughout your design and build process, partnering with Stål Timber will be one less thing you have to worry about.  We make sure to provide the highest level of communication and transparency while also bringing strong elements of design, engineering prowess, clarity, curiosity and keen problem solving skills.  

Our Process

1.Vision Share
We start with a consultation, giving you the opportunity to share your vision.

Upon request we can also work directly with your clients to help with brainstorming and better understand what they want in functionality and design. 

2. Vision Interpretation
Our experienced team begins to work on your vision and bring it to life. Through CAD drawings and mockups, we provide options to best make your vision a lasting reality you’ll love, whether it is your design or our design that you approve.

3. Collaboration & Alignment
We work hand-in-hand with you, your team and client, (when preferred) to tweak, rework and determine our final plan before we begin. It is imperative that the work is as functional as it is beautiful. 

Beyond design, we will agree upon timeline, materials and budget. We want to be sure everyone is clear and happy with the path forward before production begins.

4. Progress Reports
We invite client interaction during a project and will host tours of our workshop and show materials and progress throughout the build. 

5. The Big Reveal
Thank you for bringing us in to be a part of your vision and help to create a lasting legacy of your work and your client’s dream

 *We charge a fee, disclosed prior to the meetings, for the vision share + interpretation consultations. This fee includes materials research, concept drawings and travel. Fee is due at the time of the meeting and is non-refundable. If a custom project is agreed upon, the fee can then be applied toward the total project.