MaTrID Project

The document entitled " Scope of services and remuneration models" is an Annex to the ID Process Guide developed by the MaTrID project. Starting from the overall description of the elements and processes that are constitutive for Integrated Design (ID) this document specifies the adaptions in the scope of services, which are required when an ID process is applied and the impact on the remuneration of designers, which emerges from ID. 
Post date: 23 Jul 2014
Type: Publication

The new INTEGRATED DESIGN PROCESS GUIDE developed within the European project entitled "Market Transformation Towards Nearly Zero Energy Buildings Through Widespread Use of Integrated Energy Design" acronym MaTrID is now available.   This guides aims at supporting the implementation of Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings until 2020 by application of Integrated Design processes. In this context, the application of Integrated Design during the building design phase is of particular importance.  
Post date: 29 May 2014
Type: Publication

INTEGRATED DESIGN (ID) is a design procedure which considers the building as a whole system with the aim of optimizing it throughout the lifecycle. ID can be used to reach high ambitions by developing, discussing and evaluating a scheme using a multidisciplinary team from the initial design phases. ID is a proven approach for achieving high‐performance buildings with a good indoor environment without sacrificing architectural quality or resulting in excessive costs.
Post date: 26 Nov 2013
Type: Publication

On May 23rd, the 1st Expert Workshop on Integrated Energy Design was hold in Gothenburg (Sweden). It was organized by the European project MaTrID “Market Transformation towards Nearly Zero Energy Buildings through Widespread Use of Integrated Energy Design”, which is currently implemented in the frame of the Intelligent Energy Europe programme.
Post date: 8 Oct 2013
Type: News

INTEGRATED DESIGN (ID) is a design procedure which considers the building as a whole system with the aim of optimizing it throughout the lifecycle. ID can be used to reach high ambitions by developing, discussing and evaluating a scheme using a multidisciplinary team from the initial design phases. ID is a proven approach for achieving high‐performance buildings with a good indoor environment without sacrificing architectural quality or resulting in excessive costs. 
Post date: 1 Oct 2013
Type: News