Theatre of operations, or: construction site as architectural design

Van Den Berghe, J 2012, Theatre of operations, or: construction site as architectural design, Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Architecture and Design, RMIT University.

Document type: Thesis
Collection: Theses

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Title Theatre of operations, or: construction site as architectural design
Author(s) Van Den Berghe, J
Year 2012
Abstract A creation process in architecture all too automatically is considered as a unidirectional process that starts with to dream the poetic image, that subsequently is substantiated—to make—on the construction site. In my Ph.D, I have formulated a fundamental critique on this unidirectionality, and I have demonstrated how the process of to make can be the generator of to dream the poetic image. Through design, and through close observations on (my) architectural practice(s), more specifically construction practice, I have demonstrated that, and how, the creation process is two-directional.
Degree Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Institution RMIT University
School, Department or Centre Architecture and Design
Keyword(s) To dream
poetic image
to make
construction practice
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