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KMA Studio Hub Design Group

We Think of the way our clients or stakeholders would like to circulate through our presentation, what you would like them to see first, how they would best understand your project. For example, you may start by brief site analysis, and then move to the concept statement and its illustrative sketches if needed.
If your concept is form based you may need to show the form first, before the plan, and then move to the plan to reveal how the form has functionally worked out.
If your concept is in the plan itself, then you may move directly to the plan and conclude with the rendered exterior form as usual.

What is your strongest point, the highlight of your project? Grab the attention from far away with that. There are many ways to grab the attention to a specific drawing, using color or size. For example, if the main idea is in your cross-section, you can present it in large scale with full hue colors, against black and white plan drawings. That is mixing between two of the color presentation techniques to get emphasis by contrast on your project.

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