Multidisciplinary: an Interactive Design Approach

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Multidisciplinary: an Interactive Design Approach

The Structural Engineer
Multidisciplinary: an Interactive Design Approach
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Morgan, J L

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Morgan, J L

Multidisciplinary design practice is an interactive approach aimed at producing better
buildings. Short lines of communication and a freedom from demarcation produces more vigorous design activity and allows dissective analyses of various solutions. As well as getting a highly integrated design, a client has a singlepoint contact for design responsibility and does not have to act as umpire between feuding disciplines.

J.L. Morgan

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