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Design and Research of Architectural, Functional and Technological strategy in planning and design for extreme environments DRAFT


SEA OF POSSIBILITIES

Driving motivations •

Definitions • •

Reasons and theories • •

Human factors theory, risks and human error Research methods

Experience and observations (Introduction to case studies) • •

Extreme environments Human factors and ergonomics

Case study I Case study II

Problems and questions


RE-THINKING DESIGN REQUIREMENTS •

Architectural assumptions and guidelines • • •

Case study 1 • •

Requirements Design approach

Case study 2 • •

Client and users Major activities Site and environmental influences

Requirements Design approach

Recurrent and specific to the case design aspects

Case studies Theory Interviews


DEVELOPMENT OF METHOD • • • • •

Looking for precedents Contacting sources Defining testing and evaluation tools Developing verification process Findings

Case studies Theory Interviews


TRADING – CONCLUSIONS AND DEVELOPMENT STAGES • • •

Further development strategy Industrial opportunities Educational and knowledge outcome


CREATING DIALOGUE Organized data

Sporadic data

Common beliefs or perceptions

Individual opinions

Machines

Humans

External challenges

Internal conflicts


IMPORTANT THINGS (BUT LEFT OUT HERE) CLIENT

Empirical data

EXPERIENCE

Workshops

ARCHITECT

Figures of merit USER

Interviews •

INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND UNITS

DEMONSTRATION MEANS

VISUAL ATTRIBUTES

APPLICATION OF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES BENEFICIAL TO SUSTAINABILITY

Surveys


Olga Bannova, December 2013

Communications II


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