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Innovative architectural design development: the Arcbazar creative crowdsourcing contests perspective

Adriana Bujor, Silvia Avasilcai, G. Grebenişan, A.V. Pele
2018 MATEC Web of Conferences  
of the creative industries, and may bring smaller projects in the field of architectural practices.  ...  In this paper, architectural design crowdsourcing will be presented as an alternative method to the acquisition of traditional design, which can overcome the potential deficiencies, faced by this sector  ...  Acknowledgment This work was supported by a grant of the Romanian National Authority for Scientific Research and Innovation, CNCS/CCCDI -UEFISCDI, project number PN-III-P2-2.1-PED-2016-0689, within PNCDI  ... 
doi:10.1051/matecconf/201818404002 fatcat:hcsek4snnza2vmvtt6zzpgcrsi

NORMATIVE APPROACHES IN MAKING CULTURAL QUARTERS AND ASSESSMENT OF CREATIVE INDUSTRY PARKS IN SHANGHAI

Jane Zheng
2018 Journal of Architecture and Urbanism  
Extant literature on creative industry parks in China lacks an evaluation instrument for evaluating the performance of creative industry parks.  ...  The former two approaches revealed good design practices in Shanghai's creative industry parks.  ...  Thanks also go to the following people for their contribution in an earlier stage of this research, including Stephen Lau, Leslie Lu, Desmond Hui, James Lago and Weijen Wang.  ... 
doi:10.3846/jau.2018.6212 fatcat:gltnz5o5lvarriufrmok24v7nu

Business Challenges in the Architecture Industry

Santa Bondare, Tatjana Volkova, Edgars Bondars, Sarmīte Barvika
2017 Architecture and Urban Planning  
The main recommendations for architecture industry professionals are related to necessity to improve the architects' awareness and understanding of the influence of critical business functions to the company  ...  The paper is highlighting the need for further research on critical business functions directly linked with specific aspects of architecture industry in different business contexts.  ...  Ensuring the competitiveness of small architectural design businesses is an open question that can probably be solved by the introduction of open-source software (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1515/aup-2017-0017 fatcat:z7iijwcgmva6hdq7y5ctxne3ii

The industry studio in the creative arts: ten practitioner perspectives

Fiona Peterson, Louise McWhinnie, Jane Lawrence, Josie Arnold
2012 Text: Journal of the Australian Association of Writing Programs  
On the other hand, the Interior Architecture/Graphic Design/Industrial Design studio and the Architecture/Interior Architecture/Graphic Design/Urban Design/Landscape Architecture studio already embodied  ...  architecture, graphic design, industrial design; and • architecture, interior architecture, graphic design, urban design, landscape architecture.  ... 
doi:10.52086/001c.31197 fatcat:gxwv2jwpdzetzciqspub3x6myu

Place management of a creative city: the case of Izmir

Onur Mengi, S. Bahar Durmaz Drinkwater, Asli Ceylan Öner, Koray Velibeyoglu
2017 International Journal of Knowledge-Based Development  
The study focuses on Izmir, Turkey; exploring its potential as an emerging creative city.  ...  Findings provide a framework for place management tools and their strategic use for integration of art, design, creativity and knowledge in creative cities.  ...  The museum, with an iconic architectural style, transformed the old industrial town into a tourist-oriented cultural city and these induced effects are termed as Guggenheim effect in architecture and urban  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijkbd.2017.086437 fatcat:uibc6bv4p5e25cx3e5flmsxh3e

Artistic and Engineering Design of Platform-Based Production Systems: A Study of Swedish Architectural Practice

2018 Buildings  
Open parameters for layout design are key to architectural creativity, while predefinition supports efficiency.  ...  The aim of this research is to explore how the architectural design process contributes to the industrialised house-building industry from the perspective of creative design work.  ...  This work was funded by the Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation (VINNOVA).  ... 
doi:10.3390/buildings8020034 fatcat:jzd7bbjgurb3tb7gfc35bdk2xu

Investment Analysis of Establishment the Architectural Technical Design Service as a Creative Economy Based on BMC (Case Study in East Java Province)

Insan Marthian, Bambang Syairudin
2019 IPTEK Journal of Proceedings Series  
The increase occurred because it was supported by an increase in several macro-industries such as the creative industry, real estate industry, and others.  ...  units every year, so the need for architectural services to make the design of houses or buildings still exists.  ...  for home ownership show that there are opportunities to open an architectural services business.  ... 
doi:10.12962/j23546026.y2019i5.6296 fatcat:tp4jqbaberb2vflctrmbotc2z4

Architectural Design and Open Innovation Symbiosis: Insights from Research Campuses, Manufacturing Systems, and Innovation Districts

JinHyo Yun, Xiaofei Zhao, Tan Yigitcanlar, DooSeok Lee, HeungJu Ahn
2018 Sustainability  
This study developed a research framework of architectural design for innovation and applied it in the selected case studies to generate insights.  ...  This study aimed to explore the architectural design approaches that can revitalize innovation activities in the era of knowledge-based economies.  ...  Through tacit knowledge, architectural design for open innovation will act as an innovation infrastructure similar to that in transportation, telecommunications, and finance [1, 20] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10124495 fatcat:pctu7okvengjheyf6ypfg62uum

A post-industrial paradigm for sustainable architecture via an open system model

Y. Gu
2012 International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics  
In response to the imperatives of sustainable design in the built environment, the author explores a new paradigm via a model of open systems evolution, which is offered as a new paradigm for sustainable  ...  This paper critically analyses the unsustainable industrial pattern pervasive in modern architecture.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The author would like to acknowledge the warm support from Professor Rob Evans, Director, VRL, NICTA at the University of Melbourne, for his patient refi ning this paper.  ... 
doi:10.2495/dne-v7-n1-49-67 fatcat:kni2wzvlsfcc7axadsrq3jp3ga

A post-industrial paradigm for sustainable architecture via an open system model

Y. Gu
2012 International Journal of Design & Nature and Ecodynamics  
In response to the imperatives of sustainable design in the built environment, the author explores a new paradigm via a model of open systems evolution, which is offered as a new paradigm for sustainable  ...  This paper critically analyses the unsustainable industrial pattern pervasive in modern architecture.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENT The author would like to acknowledge the warm support from Professor Rob Evans, Director, VRL, NICTA at the University of Melbourne, for his patient refi ning this paper.  ... 
doi:10.2495/dne-v7-n1-48-66 fatcat:ejuvxz2qjfe5tdzhtce6ze4vsu

Dutch Architecture Policy and Institutional Infrastructure since the 1990's

Klaas Kresse
2016 Architectural research  
The paper describes the theory of the creative industry and relates the Dutch policy for architecture and spatial design to the creative industries theory.  ...  This paper examines the Dutch policy for architecture and spatial design within the framework of the theory of creative industries.  ...  Today, Dutch architecture and spatial design, and with it the entire creative industry, is not only an established brand in the design world, but also a considerable industry for the Netherlands in terms  ... 
doi:10.5659/aikar.2016.18.2.49 fatcat:gjennfnq3zbvjfycwaaig4kmii

Nexus between creative industries and the built environment: Creative placemaking in inner Auckland

Lydia Kiroff
2019 Frontiers of Architectural Research  
However, research on the nexus between design creative industries and the built environment remains limited.  ...  The key finding of this qualitative research is that design creative industries are mostly the users of the inner city's former industrial buildings that are occupied on leases from property owners who  ...  All the interviewed advertising firms reported on commissioning an architectural firm to produce the design for them.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.foar.2019.08.004 fatcat:mjgw37mcubhwlerkoivcbymkfe

Industrialization and its Impact on Sweeping the Authority of Traditional Forms in Architecture (Study on human needs)

Basim Hasan Al-Majidi, Nairy Mugardich Krikor
2020 Wasit Journal of Engineering Sciences  
creative imagination of the designer with regard to architectural design is to create new languages and vocabulary for the architectural formation that is suited to the spirit of the times, and the pattern  ...  It was born, from here the problem of research has arisen, which provides for "inadequate knowledge about the role of industrialization and mass production and its impact on producing Architectural forms  ...  design process • The industrialization revolution has made tremendous potential in helping to implement the shape with modern technologies and systems, which has made architectural design a creative and  ... 
doi:10.31185/ejuow.vol7.iss2.127 fatcat:ujrdpikbdzgplhzafr2gt7tsyu

Innovation Diffusion Elaboration into Architectural Movement

Hisham Alaa Husain, Ghada Musa Al-Silk
2021 Engineering Journal  
Therefore, the research aims to build an intellectual model that explains the way personal thoughts resembled by unique models introduced by creative and innovator designers diffuse in a certain pattern  ...  The research will apply its model to the more comprehensive movement in architecture, which is the modern movement, for model verification and enhancement.  ...  culture, city planning, applied design for industrial products, music and literature, and modern social life (Ceylanli, 2008) .  ... 
doi:10.31026/j.eng.2021.04.05 fatcat:fpkjfki2rbfbzgjkmkq3kazv5q

The internationalization of architectural practice : Mobilizing dependence to secure and enhance (relational) autonomy on the construction site

Venetsiya Dimitrova
2020 Socio hu  
Practices during construction generate new opportunities for creative engagement and enhance architects' influence over processes beyond their autonomous actions, thereby enabling the making of products  ...  More specifically, the paper explores the practices enacted during the actual materialization of design-ambitious edifices, on-site and in the workshops of sub-contractors.  ...  Additionally, contributions are made to studies on the creative industry that have usually explored creative labour within design-ambitious architectural firms (Kloosterman 2008 (Kloosterman , 2010 ,  ... 
doi:10.18030/socio.hu.2020en.108 fatcat:xe7ffnpk6fb3pkqdslsltkjsea
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