Workplace Design Principles

A starting point for an evidenced-based design process

What is Integrated Design? January 29, 2009

Filed under: Philosophical — ia2studio @ 4:29 am
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Integrated design is a process that involves interactions with professional groups or individuals in different but specific areas of expertise to produce a better and a more successful design.  Although the traditional design process holds the same principles as integrated design, there is a massive difference when it comes to integrating information from different individuals and fields of study. The traditional design process  gathers information separately by each individual rather than creating a group/team that involves all the individuals throughout the whole design process to create a complete and unified design.


Bonda, Penny, and  Sonsowchik,Katie, and Reed, Bill. Sustainable Commercial Interiors New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, 2007.

Rana Salah


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