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id ijac201614308
authors Lee, Ju Hyun; Michael J Ostwald, and Ning Gu
year 2016
title The language of design: Spatial cognition and spatial language in parametric design
source International Journal of Architectural Computing vol. 14 - no. 3, 277-288
summary This article develops a new research framework and method combining cognitive and linguistic approaches to investigate parametric design. At the core of this new approach is a dual-coding system for protocol analysis, which can formally capture both cognitive and linguistic characteristics of the design process. In this article, the method is applied to the analysis of the results of a design experimental undertaken by a set of Australian and Swedish architects working individually in a parametric environment. The results of the experiment demonstrate the effectiveness of the dual-coding system and, with the support of linkography, facilitate the in-depth exploration of design cognition and its relationship to spatial language. This method directly contributes to a new insight into the role of language in design.
keywords Design cognition, design communication, spatial representation, parametric design, protocol analysis, linkography
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