Integrative Design Process - A Whole Systems Approach 22 May 2012 Presented by Helen J. Kessler, FAIA, LEED AP Sachin Anand, PE, LEED AP
USGBC – ILLINOIS CHAPTER
Integrative Design: A Whole Systems Approach
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Explain the integrative design process, including its benefits in the design and development of high performance buildings. Describe the key elements of the integrative design process and the shifts required when compared to conventional practice.
Make a case for designing/developing designing/developing high performance
buildings and using an integrative design process. Identify tools for implementing an integrative design process.
Helen J. Kessler, FAIA, LEED Fellow HJKessler Associates – Associates – Green Green Building Design Consultants Services include Sustainable Design/LEED, D esign/LEED, energy efficiency, efficiency, commissioning consulting and training; Adjunct Faculty at Northwestern University Over 50 LEED projects, 40 certified projects - 7 Platinum, 24 Gold Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation (Platinum)