MWA DESIGN CULTURE, PURPOSE AND PROCESS
Design for Architecture is the process by which complex problems and competing issues are resolved and integrated in a spatial domain to form a cohesive and efficient whole. Designs incorporate spoken, written, and implicit information, relating to performance, functionality, assembly, aesthetics, and values. Design is expressive of the best synthesis of form, process, technology, and composition, available at the time a building comes to life. Best Practise Design offers the best synthesis possible of performance, function and aesthetic characteristics as relate to and are relevant towards, a project.