REVIEW FOR EXAM 2 Fall 2010

REVIEW FOR EXAM 2 Fall 2010 - REVIEW FOR EXAM #2 A&D...

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FALL, 2010 CHAPTER 6: Design as a Process The Design Process - Know the two simples phases – analyze, synthesize - Know the 8 specific steps in the design process and what each step means - Know the techniques (if any) for each step, i.e. techniques for ideation: role playing, brainstorming, synectics, etc. – Techniques for evaluation: solicited opinions, studio criticism, post occupancy, etc. CHAPTER 7 – Programming Interior Spaces Know where Programming falls within the Design process. Know the 6 steps of programming: Establish Goals Gather and Analyze Specify Needs Evaluate Organize and Decide Present Conclusions Know what each step consists of, i.e. what goals are to be met? What Facts need to be analyzed? What “tools” are used (if any) for the 6 programming steps? i.e. User survey, matrix, situational research, organizational chart, etc. Be able to identify the following “User Needs”: Physiological Contextual Structural Sociological Psychological Economics Know the definitions of Anthropometrics, Ergonomics, and Proxemics. Know who developed the area of Proxemics and what the different “zones” are and their ranges in feet/inches.
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CHAPTER 8 – Residential Design Know the different categories of Residential and Nonresidential design. Know how space is organized and the different interior zones, i.e. social, private, service/work.
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