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van der Voordt, Theo (author)
Architectural design may be defined as a synthesis of form, function, and technology, in a particular context, taking into account legal and financial preconditions. This book shows the need to also incorporate societal values. In the area of Corporate Real Estate Management (CREM) and Facilities Management (FM), a growing awareness comes to the...
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Magnier, L.B.M. (author), Kobus, C.B.A. (author)
This chapter describes ‘Understanding Values’, a course that teaches<br/>aspiring designers who aim to design for values to disentangle how different<br/>notions of value and values influence the design process, the design outcome,<br/>and how the outcome is evaluated. The course strives to make abstract values<br/>more tangible by asking...
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Thomas, A.R. (author), Novas, María (author)
Historically, the work of white Western male architects has dominated architectural history education. In recent decades a large body of scholarship has attempted to critically question this, highlighting and subverting mainstream disciplinary values, which are informed by gendered, racial, classist, and colonial biases. This chapter explores...
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de Andrade, Bruno (author), Pereira Roders, A. (author)
Architectural redesign risks damaging or destroying built heritage, especially when designers are unaware of its cultural significance. This needs to be prevented, as built heritage is a human right, as coined by the 2005 Faro Convention. As a result, architects are now encouraged to conduct values-based redesigns with a broader range of...
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Rocco, Roberto (author)
This chapter investigates why a focus on justice should be included in planning and design education. The central argument, based on the ideas of moral philosopher Alasdair McIntyre, is that justice is a 'internal and necessary good' for the successful practise of spatial planning, without which it is meaningless. It contends that spatial...
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Pesch, U. (author)
TThis chapter presents the sociotechnical value map (STVM) as a method to<br/>map out values in a sociotechnical system. To identify these values, the publics<br/>that are or can be related to a given technology must be traced. The STVM<br/>combines elements from evolutionary theory of technology development and<br/>value sensitive design (VSD)....
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