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Urban planning
The detailed planning provides a legal basis for the construction of new buildings, the making of extensions to existing buildings, the division of land into plots and the change of the boundaries of existing plots. The task of the detailed planning is to assess the overall impact of the proposed change and to find a social agreement for the implementation of these changes. Basically, the detailed planning divides the area into plots, assigns building rights to the plot, delimits the area on the plot where buildings can be built, etc. On the basis of the detailed planning, a construction project is prepared for new buildings, except for the outbuildings of a private residence, outbuildings of a summer house and outbuildings of a garden house, and other small buildings with an area of up to 20 m2. The detailed planning is also the basis for the erection of new buildings.

Architectural design
The aim of architectural projection is to develop a voluminous complete solution, combining technical, artistic and economic solutions.
1. Sketch – on that basis it is possible to get an overview of how the room and its surrounding environment will work. This means that the volume of the building, the layout of the rooms and the material handling of the facades have been developed.
2. Preliminary design – deals with more precise solutions of constructions and finishing materials and partly also with engineering principles. It is possible to apply for a building permit on the basis of a preliminary architectural design.
3. Main project – consists of engineering, construction and interior design projects. On the basis of the prepared main architectural project, it is generally possible to build and accept construction tenders.
4. Work project – specifies the architectural detail of the main project and determines the specific products and equipment for the construction of the object. An architectural work project is the basis of construction.

BIM Projects
BIM stands for Building Information Modeling. By visualizing all the details of the construction, the 3D model is the basis of the whole project. This makes sure that everything is as it should be before the realization of the project. The BIM 3D model contains metadata that can be changed smoothly and synchronously by the parties. It is an exchange of information between the parties, in the course of which the best solutions are revealed. When changing the data, the effects of different architectural or engineering solutions can be seen immediately; simulations give an idea of the trajectories of movements, air currents, the proportion of daylight, views of the interior to the outside environment etc. Each construction project contains a large amount of information, from materials and prices to administrative costs and life expectancy. The BIM model can also foresee and prevent potential problems in the future.
Landscape architecture
The object of landscape architecture is the entire outdoor space – both in the city and in the countryside. The aim of the work of a landscape architect is to develop a complete spatial solution of the landscape, preserving and highlighting the landscape values and taking into account the cultural, social, economic and ecological aspects. Landscape connects the whole field of architecture – being an object for a landscape architect, a location for a building architect and a viewpoint for an interior architect.

3D vizualisation
Rendering is the final process of creating an actual 2D image or animation of a prepared scene. This can be compared to taking a picture or shooting a scene after the setup is completed in real life.
Several different and often specialized rendering methods have been developed. Rendering a single image / frame can take anywhere from a fraction of a second to a day. In general, different methods are suitable for either photorealistic rendering or real-time rendering.
Interior design
Interior architecture deals with the space that directly surrounds people. They learn how to create inspiring, flexible, economical and modern spaces for people at every stage of life, from childhood to old age. High-quality space is born from a sharp sense of context, a thorough knowledge of the material and strong technical skills, but also knowledge in the areas that support the creation of space.