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Ways to Study Introduction

  1. 1. Ways to Study lecture 01Introduction
  2. 2. make your own website • Copy (do not drag!) a Word document as index.htm – on your internet directory (see manual) • make links in that document – to other .doc, .xls, .htm, .gif, .jpg documents copied in that directory
  3. 3. look at your website • Look at your own webadress (URL) • Examples note that some of these sites are still in Dutch • http://www.klaasmellebrouwer.com • http://homepage.tudelft.nl/9n4t6/ • http://renebrakels.yolasite.com/ • http://homepage.tudelft.nl/2j5u8/ • http://mbdebest.webs.com/ • http://homepage.tudelft.nl/h9a9h • http://homepage.tudelft.nl/k53c1
  4. 4. assignments 1-4 Publish on your website: 1. actual and previous own design work; 2. making it retrievable for others by at least two images, documenting them by key words; 3. a computer animation related to your work; 4. an organogram describing your own most succesfull design process.
  5. 5. Eekhout Method
  6. 6. Klaasenverbalmodel
  7. 7. Kamerling divergence-convergence
  8. 8. Kamerling condensed model
  9. 9. Jong organogram
  10. 10. Design practice Initiative Program Post-Pre-design research Design Occupancy Evaluation Execution Use and Management
  11. 11. Voordt gradualdevelopment ofrequirements
  12. 12. Hulsbergen planning cycle
  13. 13. Jongcomparingdrawings
  14. 14. Thomson project development
  15. 15. Eekhout Technical design
  16. 16. Eekhout 1 Design concept
  17. 17. Eekhout 2 Preliminary marketing
  18. 18. Eekhout 3 Prototype development
  19. 19. Eekhout 4 Final marketing
  20. 20. Eekhout 5 Product manufacturing
  21. 21. Frieling design in strategy
  22. 22. Hulsbergen predictability
  23. 23. assignment 5 Publish on your website: 5. a bibliography and iconography of your own fascinations; making
  24. 24. a nice bibliographyBookBarbieri, Umberto and Cees Boekraad (1982) Kritiek en ontwerp (Nijmegen) SUNChing, F. D. K. (1979) Architecture: form, space and order (New York) Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, Inc.Clark, R. H. and Pause, M. (1985) Precendents in Architecture (New York) Van Nostrand Reinhold Company, Inc.Guney, Ali (2004) Four ways to plan analysis (Delft) Faculty of ArchitectureLeupen, B.; Grafe, C.; Körnig, N.; Lampe, M. and Zeeuw, P.de (1993 or later) Ontwerp en analyse (Rotterdam) Uitgeverij 010 ISBN 90-6450-192-0Edited bookJong, T.M. de; Voordt, D.J.M. van der; eds. (2002) Ways to Study and research Urban, Architectural and Technical Design (Delft) DUP Science.Book sectionTzonis, A. (1990) Huts, ships and bottleracks in: Cross, N.; K. Dorst and N. Rosenburg Eds.(1991) Research in design thinking (Delft) Delft University Press
  25. 25. assignments 6-8 Publish on your website: 6. at least two reference images fascinating you professionally, mentioning their source; 7. naming and describing what is readable from these pictures in key words; 8. comparing them scientifically, naming the ways to study available for such a comparison;
  26. 26. Handing in your results on web• As soon as you finished assignments 1-8• mail T.M.deJong@tudelft.nl : – your web adress, – February 2010, – student number and – code BK8030
  27. 27. assignments 9-12 Publish on your website, which kind of: 9. types useful for design your comparison could produce; 10. design concepts you could derive from the objects you published; 11. models you could make of the objects you published; 12. programmes you can read from the published images;
  28. 28. assignment 13Publish on your website:13. an essay (1 page) concerning at least 10 key words from the book Ways to Study • given in your personal key word list • not necessarily related to your work;
  29. 29. assignments 14-15Publish on your website:14. a scientific study proposal for your graduate study;15. a critical review of a website of one of the other participants of this course;
  30. 30. Judging assignments
  31. 31. Study goals publishing own study and design work;1. making your work retrievable for others by use of key words;2. making use of digital media to describe own work;3. describing and evaluating of own work;4. making a bibliography and iconography;5. interpreting an image as a scientific document;6. describing in key words;7. compare images scientifically;8. deducting design types from image comparison;9. deducting design concepts from image comparison;10. deducting design models from image comparison;11. deducting design programs from image comparison;12. integrating different design concepts and becoming acquainted with research methods;13. defining an object of research, problem field, target field, design tools, own competence and context of research;14. formulating a site, context factors, motivation, design program, contribution, intended results and planning;15. justifying, referring and concluding of own work;16. giving and receiving professional critique.