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authors Yee, S. (et al.)
year 1998
title The Kumamoto-Kyoto-MIT Collaborative Project: a case study of the Design Studio of the Future
source N.A. Streiz, S. Konomi, and H. Burkardt (eds), Cooperative Buildings: Interpreting Organization, and Architecture, Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 8093
summary The Department of Architecture at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has conducted a series of experimental design studios, as part of a larger ongoing research endeavour called The Design Studio of the Future, an interdisciplinary effort focusing on geographically distributed computer-mediated design and work group collaboration issues. A recent exploration was a collaborative design project joining geographically dispersed design students, faculty, researchers, and practitioners from Kumamoto University, Kyoto Institute of Technology, and MIT to examine the nature of computer networked collaborative environments and advanced computer-aided design technologies to support architectural education and practice. This paper will describe this project, which provided the students and faculty members with practical experience in the use of emerging technologies for collaboration, design, and communication in both the day-to-day activities of distributed groupwork as well as in the more formalized reviews.
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