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1 Extending science Prof.dr.ir. Taeke M. de Jong TUDelft Faculty of Architecture Dep. Urbanism Chairs: Technical Ecology Regional Design assignment methodology

2 Extending science Prof.dr.ir. Taeke M. de Jong TUDelft Faculty of Architecture Dep. Urbanism Chairs: Technical Ecology Regional Design assignment methodology Imaginable

3 Creativiteit volgens Herman Hertzberger Een eenvoudig recept voor creativiteit komt van architect Herman Hertzberger (1999, 2000, 2002): 1.verbreek het cliché, 2.verzamel veel beelden, 3.plaats ze in een andere context en 4.ga ze dan bewerken.

4 Verbreek het cliché Robert Delaunay (1913)

5 Wijzig context (bijv. museum) Marcel Duchamps (1917)

6 Combineer, laat weg, bewerk Pablo Picasso (1942)

7 Referentiebeelden bewerken

8 Verwerken in een compositie Verdelen (dividing) Geleden (articulating) Tailleren (tailoring) Detailleren (detailing)

9 Verdelen, Geleden

10 Tailleren, Detailleren inpassen in contextcomponenten en aansluitdetails

11 Compositie Componenten afbakenen, hun variatie en Karakteristieke details, Aansluitdetails tussen componenten, Cruciale details in de compositie, Markante details bepalen.

12 10m

13 30m

14 100m

15 Varying components

16 Composition

17 Larger scale as context (museum, movement) Marcel Duchamps

18 Limits of scope (object and context): Scale paradox

19 Unravelling scale

20 social and physical Contexts Spatial object in

21 Ways to study and research urban, architectural and technical design Prof.dr.ir. T. M. de Jong Dr. D.J.M. van der Voordt

22 Context sensitivity of our design object Preface by Rector Fokkema Within the range of a technical university the object of design – in terms of (urban) architecture and technique – is the design subject that is amongst all others most sensitive to context. The programme of requirements is not only derived from an economical and technical context, but also from contexts hailing from political, cultural, ecological en spatial considerations; on many levels of scale.

23 Ways to Study and Research urban, architectural and technical design Study by design Empirical research extending science

24 Probable future

25 Probable futures There are more and less probable futures

26 Probability: core of classical science  chance

27 Possible futures Anything probable is per definition possible but not everything possible is also probable. The probable future could be predicted. The improbable possibilities cannot be predicted: you only can explore them by design.

28 Make probable by causes Make possible by conditions Not every condition is a cause, but every cause is a condition for something to happen

29 Unravelling condition and cause

30 Desirable futures Ir. Drs. Mr.

31 Obvious and Impossible futures

32 Field of problems, field of aims

33 Undesired, improbable possibilities Are they relevant as long as nobody wants them?

34 Unexpected inventions Yes

35 Changing desires

36 Domains of future

37 Domains in design science

38 Ways to Study and Research urban, architectural and technical design CONTENTS Introduction A.Naming and describing B.Design research and typology C.Evaluating D.Modelling E.Programming and optimising F.Technical Study G.Design Study H.Study by design Epilogue Study by design Empirical research

39 Operational study proposals y(x) landscape( villa) villa( landscape) villa( landscape( water system)) urbanity( liveliness, choice) ( liveliness, choice)( density, variety)

40 Operations (functions) y= f(x) intuitive: f(x):= associated with x conditional: f(x):= possible by x set-theoretical: f(x):= part of x, encloses x, without x... logical: f(x):= if x, not x... mathematical: f(x):= x+x, x 2... causal f(x):= caused by x temporal: f(x):= preceded, followed by x spatial(formal): f(x):= near to, contiguous to, surrounded by x... structural: f(x):= connected with x, seperated from x... combinations: a box of boards connected by nails: box(boards, nails)

41 Valid, Reliable

42 Future impact


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