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1 Introduction and methodology
1.1 OUTLINE OF THE CHAPTER STRUCTURE
1.2.1 Field of study and clarification of terms
1.2.2 Design with its values are of consequence
1.2.3 Demarcation of the intended scope
1.3 RESEARCH METHOD
1.3.1 Research challenges and possibilities
1.3.1.1 Analytical serendipity
1.3.1.2 Research challenges within the domain of values
1.3.1.3 Research challenges within the domain of design
1.3.1.4 Reflection over practical limitations and opportunities
1.3.2 Framework and Logical Argumentation
1.3.2.1 Introduction to Logical Argumentation
1.3.2.2 Testability of cultural and discursive logical systems
1.4 SUMMARY
2 Introduction to values
2.2 INTRODUCTION TO VALUES IN DESIGN
2.2.1 Design values as indicated by design history
2.2.2 Contemporary value discourse
2.2.3 Design education from a value perspective
2.3 SUMMARY
3 Values in the design profession
3.1 THE CONCEPT OF PROFESSION
3.1.1 Defining the concept of profession
3.1.2 The emergence of professions
3.1.3 Critique and challenges linked to professions
3.1.4 Ethical guidelines and standards
3.2 THE DESIGN PROFESSIONS’ SPECIFICITY
3.2.1 The artist that lives inside the professional designer
3.2.2 Pluralism tendency within design profession
3.2.3 Designer’s unsettled relation towards society
3.2.4 Designer’s unsettled designer-client relationship
3.2.5 The design profession’s peculiarities and abnormalities
3.4 SUMMARY
4 Values in design practice
4.1.1 Technological determinism, possibilities and challenges
4.1.2 Economy in design
4.1.3 Participants in the creation of design
4.1.4 “Wicked problems” in design
4.2.1 Design versus art
4.2.2 The emphasis on novel design solutions
4.2.2.1 Creativity in design
4.2.3 The “holistic” approach
4.3.1 Design generalist versus specialisation
4.3.2 Tacit knowledge in design
4.3.3 Skill based as opposed to knowledge based
4.3.3.1 Empirically-based research and its influence
4.3.3.2 Philosophy based knowledge
4.4 SUMMARY
5 Designers’ distinctive design values
5.1 MAPPING OUT DESIGNERS’ DISTINCTIVE
5.1.1 Aesthetic design values
5.1.1.1 Artistic aspects and Self-expression
5.1.1.5 Nature and Organic
5.1.1.6 Classic, Traditional and Vernacular aesthetics
5.1.1.7 Regionalism
5.1.2 Social design values
5.1.2.1 Social change
5.1.2.2 Consultation and participation
5.1.2.3 Crime prevention
5.1.2.4 “Third World”
5.1.3 Environmental design values
5.1.3.1 Green design and Sustainability
5.1.3.2 Re-use and Modification
5.1.3.3 Health
5.1.4 Traditional design values
5.1.4.1 Tradition based design
5.1.4.2 Restoration and Preservation
5.1.4.3 Vernacular
5.1.5 Design values based on gender
5.2 SUMMARY
6 Values and design decisions
6.1 INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL DECISIONS
6.2 DECISIONS MAKING IN DESIGN
6.2.1 Design is generally value based as oppose to fact based
6.2.1.1 A science perspective
6.2.1.2 A political perspective
6.2.1.3 A design problem and compromise perspective
6.2.2 Introduction to value set in a design context
6.3 DESIGN DECISIONS ARE BASED ON VALUES
6.3.1 Introduction to framing
6.3.1.1 Value set is an essential part of framing
6.3.2 Framings’ place in design
6.3.2.1 Framing utilised by designers and its link to values
6.3.3 Design decisions are primarily based on value sets
6.4 DESIGN EVALUATION IS BASED ON VALUE
6.4.1 Evaluation in design
6.4.1.1 Design evaluation involves subjective value judgement
6.4.1.2 Evaluation in design offices and schools
6.4.1.3 Building codes, zoning regulations and guidelines’ link to values
6.5 SUMMARY
7 Conclusions and reflections
Bibliographical References
Index
Notes
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Ideas and Beliefs in Architecture and Industrial Design

Ideas and Beliefs in Architecture and Industrial Design

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