First, I have to say that this post is more about the experience than the drawing shared. Even when I love these tiny drawings, it is the story behind the Country Farmhouse Design that I want to share with you.
I’ve been working for days on a Country Farmhouse Design. I got this contract a month ago. At that moment I took it for granted so I thought it was going to be an easy project. The program and general requirements made by the client were nothing out of the ordinary.
Well, nothing more distant from reality. I drew and drew a lot of options. At least 15 or 20 versions, and I didn’t seem to find that great idea that makes click in my mind. My presentation meeting is getting closer and I’m still running in circles around this house.
Suddenly, I realized what was wrong, so I got that click in my mind and started scratching on my digital tablet as fast as I could. Lots of ideas flew in front of my eyes, all of them good. I was just grabbing them from the air. The thing is that it is about time to meet and show a project that I couldn’t solve until the very last minute. Even more, it is far from been solved.
Finally, here I am, out of time to draw a plan set. I could only collect my favorite sketches and retouch them. I tried to make them look as good as the idea that I have in mind. I’m confident that my speech will help me communicate that. What the client won’t get this time is a set of plans. I only had time for a coffee and writing this quick post.
By the way, It was an approach issue that kept me out of the track. So I will explain that better when I add this Country Farmhouse Design to my Residential Portfolio.
Did this ever happen to you? Getting stuck for days on a project and then seen the light at the very last moment?