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_id caadria2009_024
id caadria2009_024
authors Chang, Teng-Wen; Ching-Jung Lin and Yi-Yen Wang
year 2009
title Exploring Intended Implicate Solution
source Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia / Yunlin (Taiwan) 22-25 April 2009, pp. 567-576
summary Design is an iterative exploration process that will invoke many fragmented information with continuous iteration. While fragmented, implicit information lay among these fragmented pieces has shown more potential to achieve some goals that we might skip during the decisionmaking. These potential design goals named implicit intended solution are the problem spaces we want to explore in this research. Therefore, the continuous thinking/operation process cross these fragmented design decision might show some insights for discovering implicit intended solutions. This is a two-fold problem, without exploration and its continuous iteration characteristics, these solutions might not even be found or possible found. Therefore, in this paper we have conducted a research based on visualizing these implicit intended solutions as well the exploration process for finding them.
keywords Design diagrams; time-based media; visualization
series CAADRIA
last changed 2012/05/30 19:29

_id ijac201210206
id ijac201210206
authors Chernyakova, Irina; Mariel Villeré, Federico Casalegno, Leonardo Giusti and Zoe Schladow
year 2012
title Civic Media Platforms and Participatory Urbanism: A Critical Reflection
source International Journal of Architectural Computing vol. 10 - no. 2, 253-274
summary In this paper, we explicate our research on technology-mediated urban experience specific to two hyper-local tests in which the space of the ‘public’ is transformed into a virtual network by connective broadcasting. The first case study presents collective mapping in Rio de Janeiro toward increased civic engagement and sustainability, the second tests documentation of political demonstrations for strategic and archival purposes for Occupy Boston. Grouped under the term “participatory urbanism,” the projects intend to explore how an individual activates interstitial space (between the physical city and hovering networks, between public and private) by engaging technology and civic media to affect change in the built environment. The physical and virtual environments serve as reciprocal sources of information, engendering a collective practice of shared encounters. We investigate how such encounters of user-centered activity through mobile and web-based media support or implicate the perception and manipulation of the built environment over spans of time and locations, and will highlight qualitative elements of a mobile and web platform designed for successful civic engagement and participatory urbanism.
series journal
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