Profound innovations in assembly process of construction have been absent since the dawn of 2d planimetric drawing. However with advancements in augmented reality (AR) technology and computational tools, the process of assembly has the potential to significantly change. As architectural firms become more adept with 3d modelling and computational design there is a drive to support that work through the manifestation of the built form. By using methods of computational design, advanced fabrication techniques, and AR in assembly processes, a pure digital methodology is achieved that can seamlessly transfer data from one stage to the next. The digital workflow results in a connection from conceptual design to finished product. Researching methods into the process of assembly with AR is a way of advancing architecture into the future and completing the digital continuum, from conception to on site building.