Relationships

Integrated Design Group has been involved with organisations across the world working to create better quality living conditions and architectural solutions for all people.

We are committed to learning from local cultural expression, technologies and methodologies that expand our understanding of architecture, and place a high value on being part of local teams.

RAIA NSW Country Division

We are a proud member of the NSW Country Division of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects representing architects from regional and rural areas of our state. Integrated Design Group is an A+ practice member of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects.

EMI | Engineering Ministries International

EMI is a non-profit Christian development organization made up of architects, engineers, surveyors, and construction managers. We use our skills to serve people worldwide through the design of hospitals, schools, water systems, and many other facilities. Together, we are designing a world of hope. Integrated DesignG soup is committed to continue to work and support EMI in projects from Uganda, Tanzania & the Philippines.

Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA)

Over and above our architectural profession, we are interested in the sustainable development of whole communities and as a result are a member of the UDIA in order to share in the knowledge and experience of other community-makers.

The Dementia Centre – Hammondcare

Director, Simon Thorne, was recently appointed as an Associate to The Dementia Centre, HammondCare. Integrated Design Group providing architectural consultancy to The Dementia Centre for environmental design audits of new and existing dementia care facilities using The Dementia Centre’s Dementia Design Audit Tool (DDAT).

NSW Urban Taskforce

We are affiliated with the Urban Taskforce Australia, a non-profit organisation representing Australia’s most prominent property developers and equity financiers and providing a forum for people involved in the development and planning of the urban environment to engage in constructive dialogue with both government and the community.

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