Methodology for the dynamic briefing of the client by the design team during the development of the building design is of great importance as during the design process the initial design requirements change. The initial set of requirements is seen as a first step in a series of interpretations of the clients’ needs. The interpretation by the designers or interpretation of the client evolves during the design process. To support the design of large-scale, complex design processes, such as one has in the building industry, a domain-independent theory based on Methodical Design is presented. Based on the preliminary design proposals, the Methodical design methodology by iteration cycles to the refinement/adjustment of the program of requirements. This mutual enhancement is the main aim of methodology for dynamic briefing of adaptable buildings.
|Titel||Adaptables 2006 : proceedings of the joint CIB, Tensinet, IASS international conference on adaptability in design and construction, Eindhoven, July 2006|
|Redacteuren||F. Scheublin, A.D.C. Pronk, A. Borgard, R. Houtman, F.J.M. Scheublin|
|Status||Gepubliceerd - 2006|
|Evenement||ADAPTABLES 2006 : joint CIB, Tensinet, IASS International Conference on Adaptability in Design and Construction, July 3-5, 2006, Eindhoven, The Netherlands - Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Nederland|
Duur: 3 jul 2006 → 5 jul 2006
|Congres||ADAPTABLES 2006 : joint CIB, Tensinet, IASS International Conference on Adaptability in Design and Construction, July 3-5, 2006, Eindhoven, The Netherlands|
|Periode||3/07/06 → 5/07/06|