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authors Stellingwerff, Martijn and Verbeke, Johan (Eds.)
year 2001
title ACCOLADE - Architecture, Collaboration, Design
source Delft University Press (DUP Science) / ISBN 90-407-2216-1/ The Netherlands, 202 p. [Book ordering info:]
summary This book is the outcome of the Euro-Workshop {ACCOLADE} which took place from 28th of August till 1st of September 2000. The Euro-Workshop was funded by the European Commission through the Fifth Framework of Research. Young and senior researchers worked together on the theme of Architectural Collaborative Design. The set of traditional papers is supplemented by a report on the brainstorm and working sessions which produced a lot of materials for future research directions. They are summarized in a research agenda. The global scheme gives a structure for the different sub-themes ranging from communication language, communication behaviour, communication environment, goals and roles and education. The combination of technical reflections and human aspects makes this book a unique position in the field of collaborative design. The name {ACCOLADE} is an acronym for Architectural Collaborative Design. The association of this name is positive because the accolade sign brings a number of different words together in a group. E.g. {England, Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, ...}. The meaning of the word in English is 'a mark of honour' and the French meaning of the word is a 'solemn embrace'. It also refers to the multi-disciplinary design process. These connotations can be useful for a collaboration project in which many different people and parties plan to make a joint design effort.
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