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Engaging the community in the design process (access required)

No design is produced in a vacuum. A great design is composed of ideas drawn from a multitude of sources. In the building industry, design is often thought of as coming only from architects, interior designers and engineers but one often-overlooked principal element of design is the community’s input.

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