Which is more important to the design of a building — architecture, planning, engineering, or interior design?
All of the above. Successful designs require the integration of all disciplines. They cannot be built on an assembly line where the documents are passed from one department to the next. They must all work in harmony from start to finish. That’s why JSA has architects, planners, engineers and interior designers working side-by-side, under one roof. Unlike many firms which outsource these services, we understand the value it offers our clients by keeping them in-house. By assigning interdisciplinary teams at the start of a project, it allows us to take a holistic approach. It improves communication, ensures all parties are on the same page, and provides an environment where everyone works together for the same goal — to offer solutions customized to meet your needs.
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