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Performance-based design: making the most of pre-design

August 8, 2019

There is a necessary shift in design approach – using performance analysis to inform early-stage design rather than as an end-of-process validation tool.

The first in a three-part series, we show you how to optimise your concepts through the prior analysis of the following:

  • Climate

  • Context

  • Building Use

  • Design Brief

It also outlines some pertinent questions to that help you get the best out of your design brief and respond in a creative and flexible manner.

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Driving firm wide adoption of performance-based design
Driving firm wide adoption of performance-based design

Firms often struggle to adopt new technologies and practices, but those that do so successfully hold a sign...

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4 rules of thumb that could lead you astray
4 rules of thumb that could lead you astray

We dive deep and investigate the four rules of thumb commonly used in early-stage design.

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