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Changing Perspectives: Bridging Design and Engineering in Architectural Research

Changing Perspectives: Bridging Design and Engineering in Architectural Research 172 172 Nowadays, the design process for a building is increasingly difficult to define as it Changing may involve innovative material integration, advanced design computation, and ana- lytical decision-making, combined with various engineering and technical applications. Perspectives: Reflecting on this, the necessary and productive links between architectural design and engineering are undisputable. The peer-review papers in this issue demonstrate shifts Bridging in research perspectives not only closely linking engineering and design tools but also focusing on a critical analysis of the design and engineering process, including formats Design and and voices frequently not considered in the past. The papers in Engineering confirm a Engineering in rising recognition of collaborative authorship of many team members and continuing horizontal integration of disciplines observing the design phase, the outcome, and the Architectural lifecycle of structures. Three papers of the five in this issue address history and theory- related themes, adding further nuance to existing bodies of knowledge. Research In the twentieth century, numerous architects and engineers expressed the need to bridge design and engineering, advocating for integrated design methods and fabrication Anne-Catrin Schultz, Associate Editor workflows. The Italian engineer Pier Luigi Nervi advocated for “architectural resilience,” Wentworth Institute of Technology an evolving http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Technology Architecture + Design Taylor & Francis

Changing Perspectives: Bridging Design and Engineering in Architectural Research

Changing Perspectives: Bridging Design and Engineering in Architectural Research

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172 172 Nowadays, the design process for a building is increasingly difficult to define as it Changing may involve innovative material integration, advanced design computation, and ana- lytical decision-making, combined with various engineering and technical applications. Perspectives: Reflecting on this, the necessary and productive links between architectural design and engineering are undisputable. The peer-review papers in this issue demonstrate shifts Bridging in research perspectives...
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Taylor & Francis
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© 2022 Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
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2475-143x
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2475-1448
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10.1080/24751448.2022.2114231
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Abstract

172 172 Nowadays, the design process for a building is increasingly difficult to define as it Changing may involve innovative material integration, advanced design computation, and ana- lytical decision-making, combined with various engineering and technical applications. Perspectives: Reflecting on this, the necessary and productive links between architectural design and engineering are undisputable. The peer-review papers in this issue demonstrate shifts Bridging in research perspectives not only closely linking engineering and design tools but also focusing on a critical analysis of the design and engineering process, including formats Design and and voices frequently not considered in the past. The papers in Engineering confirm a Engineering in rising recognition of collaborative authorship of many team members and continuing horizontal integration of disciplines observing the design phase, the outcome, and the Architectural lifecycle of structures. Three papers of the five in this issue address history and theory- related themes, adding further nuance to existing bodies of knowledge. Research In the twentieth century, numerous architects and engineers expressed the need to bridge design and engineering, advocating for integrated design methods and fabrication Anne-Catrin Schultz, Associate Editor workflows. The Italian engineer Pier Luigi Nervi advocated for “architectural resilience,” Wentworth Institute of Technology an evolving

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Technology Architecture + DesignTaylor & Francis

Published: Jul 3, 2022

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