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2CO Communicating Complexity. Contributions from the 2017 Tenerife Conference
Recent research has linked urban design to artistic practice, and it is suggested that urban design could become refocused if conceived of as an integrative art of place. However, the urban design research methods literature is silent on the topic of artistic practice, and therefore the potential for interpretative, abductive knowledge to emerge from creative visualisation in urban design is under-appreciated. More specifically, regarding evaluation for urban design, complexity theories ofdoi:10.25145/b.2cocommunicating.2020.023 fatcat:zeewufr5svdyhm3p6krra7wati