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Planning Methods John Tillman Lyle’s Design for Human Ecosystems Island Press, 1999
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John T. Lyle Architect and Landscape Architect, Tulane University and UC Berkeley Cal Poly Pomona Professor and Chair Author of two books, many articles Winner of ASLA Medal of Honor and numerous other awards
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Design for Human Ecosystems
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Design for Human Ecosystems Design Methods JTL created design method based upon Alfred North Whitehead’s theories of learning Stages of learning/design: Romance, Precision, Generalization Intuitive and analytical
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Proposing (Creative) Disposing (Analytic) Proposing Disposing Modes of Thinking The interaction between the creative (right-brain) and the analytic (left-brain) thinking processes throughout the entire design procedure. (From: Turnbull et al 2000 and Lyle’s Design for Human Ecosystems)
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Design Method
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Design Processes and Methods Stage of Romance (Right-Brain) Stage of Generalization (Right and left- Brain) Stage of Precision (Left-Brain) (Source: Lyle’s Design for Human Ecosystems And Turnbull et al 2000)
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Scales of Concern
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Lyle’s View of Human Ecosystem Interactions Living Nature Physical Nature People Ecological Processes (As interpreted by Turnbull et al 2000)
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