Design in architecture;: Architecture and the human sciences e-book
by Geoffrey Broadbent
Architecture and the Human Sciences. By Geoffrey Broadbent'. London: John Wiley and Sons In. 1973.
He posited four major phases in design activity; pragmatic, iconic, analogic and canonic. Architecture and the Human Sciences.
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Broadbent first investigates what an architect is as a person. Trying to understand how an architect thinks and what sets him apart from the other members of a building design team. To achieve this Broadbent makes a study of various psychological reports which have been generated about architects.
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by Geoffrey Broadbent. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9780471105831.
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Author: Broadbent, Geoffrey; Format: Book; xiv, 504 p. illus. London, New York : John Wiley & Sons.
Author: Broadbent, Geoffrey; Format: Book; xiv, 504 p. Australian/Harvard Citation.
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GEOFFREY BROADBENT: Whoever does the design, however democratic the procedures by which a design is. .
GEOFFREY BROADBENT: Whoever does the design, however democratic the procedures by which a design is achieved, the finished building actually will display certain characteristics which were outlined by Hillier, Musgrove and O'Sullivan. Any building whether we like it or not, and whether the designer(s) intend(s) it to or not, will:1. Enclose spaces for certain human purposes. The actual division of spaces may facilitate or inhibit specific human activities, it may also provide security.