well-designed

well-designed

adj
(well designed when postpositive) artistically or skilfully planned, esp for a particular purpose
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The old town includes historical and cultural buildings, places and thoroughfares while the uptown will be comprised of posh areas with new well-designed buildings and high-standarded shopping malls.
All well-designed and properly-operated water treatment plants can handle variations in raw water turbidities and microbial loadings.
Every case, regardless of the type of litigation or its value, can benefit from a well-designed timeline.
The three and four-bedroom detached homes are attracting the most interest with the Ellerby Helmsley designs being particularly popular but all the homes are very well-designed and equally stylish."
But he said any bid must be "well-designed" and backed by a new law.
This well-designed family home makes the most of its spectacular views with a raised balcony attached to the lounge and kitchen.
Well-designed and -equipped teacher workspaces provide the opportunity to improve student achievement at every step of their K-12 education.
They model and measure productivity change in China using several different measurement techniques, analyze how well-designed environmental regulations can be implemented, and offer detailed policy scenarios to sample potential benefits of technological change and well-designed environmental policy.
It retains the premise of the original, yet this time in the well-designed 3D environment of towering buildings, suspended roadways and monorails, deep canyons and sheer rock faces.
A police constable, a parks officer and a town planner are amongst eight people who have been awarded travel scholarships by CABE Space to learn how a well-designed space can benefit the community it serves.
The awards reward well-designed parking facilities and operators.