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id maver_102
authors Maver, Thomas W.
year 1982
title Computer Aided Architectural Design. Implication for Practice + Education
source Proceedings of Aicographics 82 Conference, Milano (Italy), 26/29 October, pp. 21-39
summary Design, the highest endeavour to which man can aspire, may be defined as the activity of making explicit proposals for a change from some existing state to some future state which more closely approximates to mankind's concept of the ideal. As such, it embraces a wide spectrum of human endeavour; the outcomes of the design activity are part and parcel of our everyday life and are determinants, for better or worse, of our man-made future. In common with all complex human functions the activity of design still understood; it involves the most rational and systematic proceses of human thought and also the most intuitive conjectural leaps within the mind.
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type normal paper
email t.w.maver@strath.ac.uk
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