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by Alastair Blyth,John Worthington

eBook Managing the Brief for Better Design download ISBN: 041546031X
Author: Alastair Blyth,John Worthington
Publisher: Routledge; 2 edition (July 29, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 296
ePub: 1898 kb
Fb2: 1582 kb
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Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Engineering

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Managing the Brief for B.has been added to your Cart. John Worthington is Co-Founder of DEGW, London, the Graham Willis Professor of Architecture at the University of Sheffield, a Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne, and Director for Learning for the Academy of Urbanism.

Alastair Blyth, John Worthington. Briefing is not just presenting a set of documents to the design team; it is a process of developing a deep understanding about client needs. This book provides both inspiration to clients and a framework for practitioners. The coverage extends beyond new build, covering briefing for services and fit-outs.

The coverage extends beyond new build covering briefing for services and fit-outs. Prepared by an experienced and well known team of authors, the book clearly explains how important the briefing process is to both the construction industry delivering well designed buildings and to their clients in achieving them. The text is illustrated by five excellent examples of effective practice, drawn from DEGW experience.

by Alastair Blyth (Author), John Worthington (Author) . ISBN-13: 978-0415460316. Part 1: Briefing Explained 1. The Nature of Briefing 2. Articulating the Briefing Process 3. Identifying Needs 4. Reflecting on Growth and Change 5. Communicating Expectations 6. Learning from Experience 7. Managing the Process Part 2: Learning from Experience 8. Perspectives on Briefing . Briefing for a Portfolio . Briefing for Continuous Building . Briefing through Visualisation . Briefing for Adaptability . Briefing with Innovation in Mind . Briefing for the Future . Briefing for the Changing Workplace .

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Briefing is not just presenting a set of documents to the design team; it is a process of developing a deep understanding about client needs. This book provides both inspiration to clients and a framework for practitioners. The coverage extends beyond new build, covering briefing for services and fit-outs. Writtenby an experienced and well-known team of authors, this new edition clearly explains how important the briefing process is to both the construction industry, indelivering well-designed buildings, and to their clients in achieving them. The text is illustrated by excellent examples of effective practice, drawn from DEGW experience, as well as five model briefs and invaluable process charts.