Design-Build: Integrating Craft, Service, and Research through Applied Academic and Practice Models, 1st Edition (Paperback) book cover

Design-Build

Integrating Craft, Service, and Research through Applied Academic and Practice Models, 1st Edition

By Daniel Winterbottom

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320 pages | 263 Color Illus.

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Description

Design-Build provides everything you need to know about how to embark on a design-build project within a studio or professional practice setting. Design-build models have increased across academic programs worldwide, allowing students to address the real-world challenges of working in the community using a participatory design process. In practice, they offer a full partnership between the designer and builder to elevate design concepts and reduce project costs.

Written by an experienced practitioner and educator, this book offers contextual background on the development of the design-build model in pedagogy and practice, guidance from inception to conclusion for classroom and field usage, discussions on the shift to community-engaged design, and inspirational examples from international case studies. Illustrated in full colour throughout, it looks at structuring a design-build firm, best-practice, efficiency, and the limitations of design-build as a practice model.

This is the fundamental guidebook for those interested in developing or working for a design-build professional practice, academics leading design-build programs and students interested in social and environmental justice, education and practice through a design-build model.

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 Pedagogy

Chapter 3 Practice

Chapter 4 Evolving Education, Shifting Practice

Chapter 5 Case Studies

Daniel Winterbottom, University of Washington

Andrew Fox, North Carolina State University

Cory Gallo, Mississippi State University

David Watts, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo,University of California

Julie Stevens, Iowa State University

Donald Royds, New Zealand Institute of Landscape Architects at Lincoln University

About the Author

Daniel Winterbottom, RLA, FASLA is a landscape architect and Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington. His research interests include craft and materiality in place making, restorative/healing landscapes, landscape as a cultural expression, ecological urban design, community participatory design, service learning. In 1995 he developed a design/build program, and brings students to collaborate with communities in the US and abroad to design and build projects with a focus on healing traumatized populations. He has authored many articles on Casitas, healing gardens, sustainable design and service-learning teaching that have appeared in Nursing, Northwest Public Health, Places, the New York Times, Seattle Times, Seattle P.I. and Landscape Architecture Magazine. Mr. Winterbottom’s books include Wood in the Landscape, 2006, and Therapeutic Gardens: Designing Healing Gardens, co-authored with Amy Wagenfeld.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
ARC008000
ARCHITECTURE / Landscape