First published in 1992, this book is about making connections that may lead towards a new professionalism, since the past several decades have given rise mainly to new kinds of specialists in the areas of programming, evaluation, and participation. The implications for such integration are far reaching, with profound future effects on the physical environment, the design professions, and the education of designers. The book is split into four sections dealing with facility programming, several forms of evaluation, participatory design, and the application of Theory Z principles. This book will be of interest to students of architecture and design.
Foreword; Section1: Facility Programming; Comparison Programming Models Comparison of Seven Models Composite Programming Model Linking Data Collection to Programming Linking Evaluation to Programming Programming for Digital Equipment Corporation: A Case Study Programming a Research Facility: A Case Study; Section 2: Evaluation; Design Evaluation Research Post-Occupancy Evaluation Process Evaluation Methods Landscape Evaluation Paradigms Visual Appraisal Open Plan Office Evaluation: A Case Study; Section 3: Participatory Design; Current Views of Participation Purposes of Participation Forms of Participation Levels of Participation Roadblocks to Participation Organizing a Participatory Event Participatory Design of a Branch Library: A Case Study; Section 4: Applying Theory Z Principles; An Integrated Process Child Development Center: A Case Study Planning Outdoor Play Organizational Self-assessment: A Case Study; References; Index