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Understanding Collaboration A Journey through the Public Process of Architecture

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Title: Understanding Collaboration A Journey through the Public Process of Architecture
Authors: Wong, Melanie
Advisor: Leineweber, Spencer
Issue Date: May 2008
Abstract: Architecture is a discipline that has the ability to affect change within the built environment. The built environment is a setting that affects and influ¬ences everyday life. The process of creating architecture is about having discourse to discover possibilities. If the built environment is part of people’s everyday life and the process of creating architecture is about discourse, can the people affected by the built environment be part of the discourse in creating architecture? Existing methods in the discipline of planning look at the role of public par¬ticipation to involve affected individuals and communities in a conversa¬tion. Architecture of similar field, explores the built environment at a smaller scale. This project will look at the process of creating architecture through the methods of public participation.
Pages/Duration: 248 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/45796
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