Design Research in the Netherlands 2005 is the third instalment of a symposium that intends to provide a forum for researchers across the academic and designing disciplines. The five-year interval (1995, 2000, and 2005) allows participants to take a step back from daily considerations and to reflect on their basic methodological assumptions, research programmes, and outcomes. Work on design research is organised in this book in three main parts: Design Research, Design Processes, and Design Tools. The part on Design Research contains papers from the Designed Intelligence Group of Industrial Design TU Eindhoven, the Philosophy Department of the Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management TU Delft, Design Theory and Methodology group of Industrial Design TU Delft, Form and Media Studies of Architecture TU Delft, and Technical Ecology of Architecture TU Delft. The part on Design Processes contains papers from Construction Management & Engineering of Engineering Technology University Twente, Construction Management of Architecture TU Eindhoven, Physical Aspects of the Built Environment Architecture TU Eindhoven, Technical Design & Informatics of Architecture TU Delft, and Knowledge Centre Buildings & Systems TU/e-TNO. The part on Design Tools contains contributions from the Institute of Artificial Art Amsterdam and University of Amsterdam, Technical Design & Informatics of Architecture TU Delft, Design, Integration and Operations of Aircraft and Rotorcraft of Aerospace Engineering TU Delft, TNO Delft, Computational Design of Architecture TU Delft, ID StudioLab of Industrial Design TU Delft, and Design Systems of Architecture TU Eindhoven. Design Research in the Netherlands 2005 in this way provides a sample sheet of the many varied ways in which design is investigated in the Netherlands.
|Place of Publication||Eindhoven|
|Publisher||Technische Universiteit Eindhoven|
|Number of pages||230|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|