When you’re working for an architecture firm, your sole focus is designing. But what happens when you decide to break out on your own and start your own architect firm?
Suddenly, you have to think about how to literally sell architectural design—as work just doesn’t find its way to your desk anymore.
Architecture project pitching now becomes this new journey that makes you feel that you’ve bitten off more than you can chew. As a previous architect for someone else’s firm, you may have never had to do project pitching.
Quite a stressful task—fortunately, it doesn’t have to be.
How can you make project pitching easier and place yourself in an extremely good position to get more investors interested in the vision of your architectural designs? Let’s discover exactly what investors are looking for in your project pitch and how you can captivate and win them with your architectural designs.