Architecture as a Social Process: Making Connections

Crow, Frances (2017) Architecture as a Social Process: Making Connections. In: Architecture Connects: Association of Architectural Educators 4th international peer reviewed conference, Oxford Brookes Univeristy, UK 6-9 September 2017: Proceedings. Association of Architectural Educators, Oxford, pp. 514-516. ISBN 9780992929978

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This case study considers the impact that a participatory design workshop ‘Connected Communities’ has had on developing design briefs with architecture students and local members of the communities for which the designs are proposed. The case study provides a detailed analysis of the workshop covering design methods such as walking and talking, ‘drawing out’ and representing proposals for public review. The case study claims that introducing architecture students to co-design within their first few years of study raises their awareness of social responsibility and challenges their expectations of the role of the user and the architect in design development.

Item Type: Book Chapter
ISBN: 9780992929978
ISSN: ISBN 978-0-9929299-7-8
Subjects: Arts > Architecture
Courses by Department: School of Architecture, Design & Interiors > Architecture
Depositing User: Frances Crow
Date Deposited: 14 Dec 2018 13:58
Last Modified: 14 Dec 2018 13:58
URI: http://repository.falmouth.ac.uk/id/eprint/3066

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