This paper explores new ways to integrate manufacturing processes information in to design phases. Through the analysis of related fields and looking at the relations between its design methods and production processes, we analyze design processes and design representations that already have embedded in them specific ways to materialize through production the artifacts they define. Subsequently, we explore curved surface fabrication using cutting and bending technologies. As a summary, we conceptualize from this top-down development approach to design a framework that integrates design and construction in architecture, based on three possible applications fields: - Design processes improvement - Building production process improvement - CAD-CAM Tools development.