Yes Is More

Author: Bjarke Ingels
Publisher:
ISBN: 9788799298808
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Med udstillingen "YES IS MORE" zoomer Dansk Arkitektur Center (DAC) ind på en af dansk arkitekturs mest succesfulde og nyskabende arkitektvirksomheder BIG - BJARKE INGELS GROUP

Case Study Strategies For Architects And Designers

Author: Marja Sarvimaki
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317480627
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Case Study Strategies for Architects and Designers explains methods in evidence-based design, also called practice-based research, to show you the value of research to your designs. Topics covered pertain to data collection and analysis techniques, including surveys, interviews, fieldwork, participatory design, occupancy evaluations, and memory sketching. Integrative data evaluation, theoretical sampling, triangulation, pattern matching logic, and analytical generalization are also discussed. Global research precedents, exercises, further reading, section summaries, sidebars, more than 30 black and white images and tables will help you conduct empirical inquiries in real-life contexts.

Graphic Imprints

Author: Carlos L. Marcos
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319937499
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This is the Proceedings of the International Congress of Graphic Design in Architecture, EGA 2018, held in Alicante, Spain, May 30-June 1, 2018. About 200 professionals and researchers from 18 different countries attended the Congress. This book will be of interest to researchers in the field of architecture and Engineering. Topics discussed are Innovations in Architecture, graphic design and architecture, history and heritage among others.

The New Companion To Urban Design

Author: Tridib Banerjee
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351400614
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The New Companion to Urban Design continues the assemblage of rich and critical ideas about urban form and design that began with the Companion to Urban Design (Routledge, 2011). With chapters from a new set of contributors, this sequel offers a more comparative perspective representing multiple voices and perspectives from the Global South. The essays in this volume are organized in three parts: Part I: Comparative Urbanism; Part II: Challenges; and Part III: Opportunities. Each part contains distinct sections designed to address specific themes, and includes a list of annotated suggested further readings at the end of each chapter. Part I: Comparative Urbanism examines different variants of urbanism in the Global North and the Global South, produced by a new economic order characterized by the mobility of labor, capital, information, and technology. Part II: Challenges discusses some of the contemporary challenges that cities of the Global North and the Global South are facing and the possible role of urban design. This part discusses spatial claims and conflicts, challenges generated by urban informality, explosive growth or dramatic shrinkage of the urban settlement, gentrification and displacement, and mimesis, simulacra and lack of authenticity. Part III: Aspirations discusses some normative goals that urban design interventions aspire to bring about in cities of the Global North and the Global South. These include resilience and sustainability, health, conservation/restoration, justice, intelligence, access and mobility, and arts and culture. The New Companion to Urban Design is primarily intended for scholars and graduate students interested in cities and their built environment. It offers an invaluable and up-to-date guide to current thinking across a range of disciplines including urban design, planning, urban studies, and geography.

The Architecture Of The Profession

Author: Luke Butcher
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1291794700
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The Architecture of the Profession is the title of a research project undertaken at the Manchester School of Architecture. It is intended to provoke thought and debate within the wider architectural community, questioning the current model of practice in the UK through historical analysis of both the image and role of architects and an extensive industry survey; revealing a conflicted professional landscape. Prospective forms of practice emerging now will inform the future production of the built environment. There is the potential for an expanded field of architects who will achieve more through greater engagement with both clients and wider society. This new profession must be open to change, optimistic and ready to rise to the challenges facing the world.