over-designed

over-designed

adj
having too many design features; fussy
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The over-designed MRT-7 will run smoothly for decades.
In all cases fittings are pressure tested to at least 25 per cent above maximum operating pressure because they are over-designed for their intended use.
The last thing we'd want is for this to be an over-designed, formulaic hotel - we want Pale Hall's unique, individual character to be central to our guests' experience.
Chirouze also points out the oft-repeated error of over-designed systems: "We see products that are often sized larger than necessary to compensate for maximum load.
Really appreciate the use of complimentary materials to achieve balance and harmony--feels crafted without being over-designed
Whissle Group ex-group beverage manager Thomas Gillgren said: "A lot of bars are over-designed by designers who don't know what they're doing.
Because the material's behavior isn't thoroughly understood and predictable, the theoretical weight savings isn't attainable: Structures must be over-designed to ensure safety.
Buildings may utilise energy-efficient lighting, but if it is over-designed or over-specified, then the opportunity has been missed.
Fritsch explains, “One of the biggest mistakes of post-audio is sound effects being over-designed for the project.
Projects are currently over-designed by 20 percent to ensure adequate safety measures, but now there is a better understanding of simpler and cheaper ways to enhance transportation goals, she said, referring to an increased focus on roundabouts rather than traffic signals at intersections.
This demonstrates that laboratory systems are sometimes over-designed to provide support for a much higher plug load than needed.
It is magnificently designed, one might even say over-designed.