Commercial Architecture

Shamroz Associates has a fine experience working on commercial projects. Compared to residential buildings, commercial buildings are more complex. They are built to house more people and require additional parking, cafeteria, meeting rooms, and storage space, among other important considerations.


Residential Architecture

Our residential architecture is, quite simply, the process of designing and building residential, non-commercial properties and living spaces. They include everything from townhomes to mansions to apartment complexes and everything in between. It can be modern or nostalgic. Urban or rural. Eccentric or simple. Anything! In a nutshell, residential architecture is all about capturing the needs and desires of the homeowner and translating these often-obscure concepts into a real-life home of their dreams.


  • Meet & Agree
  • Idea & Concept
  • Design & Create
  • Build & Install


Getting together with a client to discuss the project’s general vision and goals is our initial priority. The project’s scope, features, purpose, and functionality should all be covered, regardless of whether the industry is residential, healthcare, industrial, or hospitality.

In this stage, we consult with the client.

  • examination of current conditions and documentation
  • Photographs
  • Measurements
  • assemble any already existing drawings
  • Create detailed base drawings.
  • Estimated Build/Construction Cost Statement
  • usage of programming space
  • a code reviews

The owner’s choice to proceed with a project signals the end of this phase.

Schematic Design

In this step, we do series of rough sketches/drawings that illustrate the core elements of the design. Also, first investigation of local compliance and laws are accomplished at this point.

We produce floor designs for all floors with standard openings and plumbing fixtures at the conclusion of this phase.

elevations of outside buildings showing representative openings and finishes

construction cross-section

An ordinary wall portions

With the owner’s approval, we proceed to the following phase.

Design Development


The results of the schematic design phase are gathered and advanced throughout design development.

Finalizing the design and specifying elements like materials, window and door placements, and general structural details are all part of this step.

We deliver floor drawings with recommended design openings and plumbing fixtures at the conclusion of this step. overall measurements Dimensions of the structural grid Internal wall measurements elevations of the outside showing the suggested design openings and finishes Additional structural components Wall sections under all common circumstances Common details Additional information to create a foundation for design items We have now used written specifications and drawings to give the project’s vision form

Built & Design Implementation 


The competitiveness strategy informs project design and implementation. The design should include a causal model that articulates how project interventions will facilitate implementation of the competitiveness strategy. To “facilitate” means to stimulate change in a market system without becoming part of the system. The goal of facilitation is to foster behavior that drives upgrading and that makes the value chain more competitive by capitalizing on firm-level incentives and by cultivating collective action.