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SUPPORTING DESIGN BY MEANS OF MORPHOLOGICAL OVERVIEWS AND C-K THEORY IN BUILT ENVIRONMENT

SUPPORTING DESIGN BY MEANS OF MORPHOLOGICAL OVERVIEWS AND C-K THEORY IN BUILT ENVIRONMENT

Year: 2010

Section: HUMAN BEHAVIOUR AND DESIGN

Editor: Marjanovic D., Storga M., Pavkovic N., Bojcetic N.

Author: Zeiler, W.; Savanovic, P.

Section: HUMAN BEHAVIOUR AND DESIGN

Pages: 609-618

Abstract

Collaboration within design teams is the key to improvement of the building design process. We use the morphological overview as a tool for visualization the interaction between designers as an reflective element of the Integral Design approach. To be able to look into more detail what actual happens in the design process with the morphological overview we use the C-K theory of Hatchuel and Weil.to visualize the (relations between) contributions within a design team. Morphological overviews in combination with the C-K theory can show how (integral) design concepts are emerging within design team setting.

Keywords: integral design, morphological overview, C-K theory

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DESIGN 2010 - 11th International Design ConferenceCreative thinking, computational synthesis, environmental concerns, structural complexity, mechatronics, modelling of engineering processes, decision making, research quality, product development, embodiment, ... Each of these terms covers a range of activities, practical efforts and research streams. Excerpted from the DESIGN 2010 topic and workshop titles these terms epitomise the multi-dimensional nature of design that gathers all of the authors and participants to the DESIGN conference events. Our...

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