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Design for Economy

The Framework for Design Excellence
Image Credits: Tim Griffith
Image Credits: Tim Griffith

Good design brings value to various stakeholders, including owners, occupants, the community, and the planet, irrespective of the project's scale and budget. This principle highlights that good design goes beyond aesthetics and functionality by positively impacting the well-being and sustainability of all involved. Overall, this emphasizes the inclusive and comprehensive nature of good design, which enhances value for multiple parties and promotes a positive impact on the environment.

Check out AIA National’s article for guided questions and case studies on Design for Economy (https://www.aia.org/showcases/6082495-design-for-economy)

Case Study Photo: RENE CAZENAVE APARTMENTS BY LEDDY MAYTUM STACY ARCHITECTS IS A 2016 COTE® TOP TEN RECIPIENT.

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