“The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak.”

Hans Hofmann

The benefits starts with a transformation of the design process itself. Success in sustainable building development is best accomplished through an integrative design process that prioritizes costs and effectiveness over both the short and long terms and engages all project team members in discovering beneficial interrelationships and synergies between systems and components. By integrating technical and living systems, the team can achieve high levels of building performance, human performance, and environmental benefits.

In the conventional processes, each discipline’s practitioner is expected to design the subassemblies and system components under his or her control for the most benefit and the least cost. In an integrative process, an entire team — client, designers, builders, and operators — identifies overlapping relationships, services, and redundancies among systems so that interdependencies and benefits (which otherwise would have gone unnoticed) can be exploited, thereby increasing performance and reducing costs.

Simplicity can provide that knowledge integration, acting within different scopes in balanced and practical way, for your building Project Management & Construction Management, Clash and Building Pathology Analysis, and QA/QC in any of our Expertise being it Sustainable Development, Design Development, Construction Support or Maintenance management we deliver solutions for:

  • Architecture.
  • Interior.
  • Landscape.
  • Engineering.
    • Structural.
    • Mechanical.
    • Electrical.
    • Plumbing & Drainage.
  • Building Rehabilitation.
  • Urban Rehabilitation.
  • Fire-Rating.
  • Waterproofing.


  • Science Based
    • Up-to-date technics.
    • Client oriented.
    • Following the ASHRAE Standard 55.
    • Following world recognized sustainable development certification guidelines.
    • Country or Regional based certification.
  • Integrated:
    • Economic and infrastructural Prosperity:
      • Science based optimization.
      • Energy.
      • Costs.
      • Productivity.
    • Social and Human Responsibility:
      • Connectivity to nature and/or natural elements – biophilic design.
      • Comfortable.
      • Healthy.
      • Stimulating.
    • Environmental and Natural Stewardship:
      • Low carbon print.
      • Eco-efficiency.
      • Reduce Carbon emissions.
      • Reduce water use.
      • Reduce waste.

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