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Thinking + talking adaptability: diagrams for time and change in the built environment
chapterposted on 2017-08-31, 14:35 authored by Robert Schmidt III, Simon Austin, James Pinder
The Adaptable Futures (afr) group at Loughborough University has sought to improve stakeholders' capacity to deliver adaptable building designs and the adaptive reuse of our building stock and urban spaces. The research has provided an expanded and refined understanding of how to design for and implement adaptability: a response to what we see as a lack of shared understanding across stakeholders and a need to (re)conceptualize buildings in context and time. Buildings can no longer be conceived as static and isolated objects, but as unfinished social products susceptible to change and demanding of strategies to accommodate the diverse cycles of their constituting parts and stakeholders.
- Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering
Published inDiagrammatically (Urban Infill)
Pages24 - 31 (8)
CitationSCHMIDT, R., AUSTIN, S. and PINDER, J., 2012. Thinking + talking adaptability: diagrams for time and change in the built environment. IN: Schwarz, T. and Lewis, K. (eds.). Diagrammatically. (Urban Infill ; 5.) Cleveland, OH: Kent State University, pp.25-29.
PublisherKent State University
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Book seriesUrban Infill;5