Leaving chance to chance on academic architectural design-build processes

Enrique Vilalcis, Lorena Rodriguez, Cynthia Ayarza

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Resumen

Once a student asked me before class: what are we going to do tomorrow? I said: I don’t know, we will see tomorrow how it goes. The objective of this paper is to confront two different ways of learning, the class versus on site. We usually think that planning for planning might be the solution, but what happens when planning leaves so little chance to chance? Sometimes approaching design problems without a plan, but with tools and scenarios, works better for a student and community. We will confront these two systems for the same design problem to see which deliver better results for the community and the student’s learning process. Which system will make us ready for the unexpected, for the un-planned, for a future scenario where resources will be limited and non-expected, global warming, oil production decrease?.

Idioma originalInglés
Páginas (desde-hasta)513-518
Número de páginas6
PublicaciónProceedings of International Structural Engineering and Construction
Volumen3
N.º1
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 2016
Evento1st European-Mediterranean Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction, EURO-MED-SEC-1 2016 - Istanbul, Turquía
Duración: 24 may. 201629 may. 2016

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