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How can you judge that the project is designed or not
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Atif Ahmad Ajazi
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How can you judge that the project is designed or not
Anything that is ever built or even sketched out is designed. Whether the design has Quality is another question.
Shiraz Allibhai
How can you judge that the project is designed or not
you can't, how could you tell if a kasbah in the draa valley is designed... Or precise the question : How can you judge, looking at a modern new building, that it has been designed, or not?
Herve Mauclere
How can you judge that the project is designed or not
If a building or a project is well situated into the surrounding environment, if it is well directed and elaborately complied with the local climate, and if it is well responding and communicating with the local culture then it is well designed. And, vice versa.
Mervat El-Shafie
How can you judge that the project is designed or not
Hervé, I think you have misunderstood me. Design is a thought process, the buildings you speak of in the Draa Valley or the Kaaba were built by applying this process. Even a house built of lego is designed. It does not take an architect to design. What makes a good design is a totally different criteria. Perhaps it is I who did not understand the original question.
Shiraz Allibhai
How can you judge that the project is designed or not
A design is a mental purpose , given to physical form. A project being a combination of various systems , which if displays a cohesiveness shows evidently whether it is designed or not.
Nikhil Vaidya
How can you judge that the project is designed or not
i feel that what Architecture does is sensitizes us to diverse levels of human existance, from psychological, physiological, social, interpersonal...and so on...and we are also trained to recognise this in the built forms that we experience
Azmi Zahed
How can you judge that the project is designed or not
sorry for the multiple display....an unseen mistake
Azmi Zahed
How can you judge that the project is designed or not
PROJECT??? ok assume it an architecture piece. everything is designed, no matter who is the designer.
Ashik Ikbal
How can you judge that the project is designed or not
Every thing or every concept made by human is desgined......and dont forget, we are not allowed to judge.
Keykavoos Amini
How can you judge that the project is designed or not
What is design? The word "design" means creation. Dr. F D Ching elequently defines the word in his A Visual Dictionary of Architecture as "the creation and organization of formal elements in a work of art". This means if the creation or an object (painting , sculpture, building) does not maintain an equilibrium of design principles i.e. proportion/ scale/ unity/ harmoney/ etc, then it is not designed.
Mehdi Sabet
How can you judge that the project is designed or not
i thought that we need to judge things around us to understand it and take it to the next steps? ofcourse everything is designed, some is design to have the maximum money return, some is to desigh to have a monumental feeling. it is the purpose of the design, and weather the designer had achive that; for us to judge! what do u guys thinks?
Michael Hsu
How can you judge that the project is designed or not
Design is a purposefull activity and every building is designed to some purpose.This is a tool for judgment.Now it is the ability of a designer how thouroughly he had understood the purpose and solved it creatively.so every building is designed atleast to it's utilatarian aspects.It's asthetic,Climatic,and Firmitus goals may not be fully achieved all the time.
Mansoor Ahmad
How can you judge that the project is designed or not
Anything manipulated by people is designed. Anything that exist in our lives, what we witness, can be judge. But I think what needs to be answer first, is what consitutes an authentic project that is part of an architectual medium.
Christopher Vela
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