Integrated design is an approach to design which brings together specialists usually considered separately. Design of a building considers architecture, structural engineering, passive solar building design and HVAC. The approach may also integrate building lifecycle management and a greater consideration of the end users of the building. The aim of integrated building design is often to produce sustainable architecture. In professional practice, Integrated Design Process (IDP) has a significant impact on the makeup and role-playing of the initial design team. The client takes a more active role than usual, the architect becomes a team leader rather than the sole form-giver, the structural, mechanical and electrical engineers take on active roles at early design stages and the team includes an energy specialist. Depending on the nature of the project, a series of additional consultants may also join the project team from the outset. We in SEPID aim to provide a wide range of research, design and planning consultancy services for clients and projects of high levels of complexity and challenges internationally. Our philosophy is always clear and unequivocal – Our efforts must make a difference for all our clients, irrespective of size and scale of the project. Our approach to design takes an integrated consideration of sustainability, environmentally as well as functionally, cost effectiveness, energy efficiency, spatial awareness, user well-being and architectural aesthetics.