Chapter 11Working with Phasing, Groups, and Design Options

Projects will progress through various stages during design and construction. As a result, it is sometimes necessary to distinguish the element of time within your project: when something is created, if it is demolished, and what it will look like when the project is complete. Beyond just phasing, design is also about maintaining relationships between repetitive elements. Sometimes this repetitive element can be a single component in your project, such as a light or a piece of furniture. But it can also be an entire collection of elements, such as a typical room in a hotel or hospital.

Another fundamental aspect of design is the iteration of options. You have to be able to see many ...

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