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ID Process Guidelines - MaTrID Project

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The IEE project MaTrID - Market Transformation Towards Nearly Zero Energy Buildings Through Widespread Use of Integrated Energy Design – aims at supporting the implementation of Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings by 2020.

In this context the building design phase is of particular importance.
Integrated Design (ID) in general, is a valuable approach to reduce the complexity of the design process and facilitates the interactions between the members of the design team. For that reason a clear step by step explanation about the ID approach is necessary. These ID process guidelines which comply with this requirement are one of the core outputs of the MaTrID project.