Key words from Jong, T.M. de & D.J.M. van der Voordt (2002) Ways to study and research urban, architectural and technical design (Delft) DUP Science

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In this index an expression like y(x), object(subject) means ‘object y as a working (function, action, output, result, characteristic) of the subject x (independent variable actor, input, condition, cause)’. The sign à means ‘see also’.

 


Þ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 195; 196

>-<............................................................................................................................................................................................ 197

$x............................................................................................................................................................................................. 193

:............................................................................................................................................................................................... 193

:Û............................................................................................................................................................................................ 193

:=............................................................................................................................................................................................. 193

=.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 193

3D computer models.................................................................................................................................................................. 421

3D designer computer programs.................................................................................................................................................. 364

3D model................................................................................................................................................................................... 359

3D modelling.............................................................................................................................................................................. 378

3D modelling software................................................................................................................................................................. 379

3D Studio MAX.......................................................................................................................................................................... 245

3M............................................................................................................................................................................................ 348

3M line grid................................................................................................................................................................................ 350

95% probability area................................................................................................................................................................... 220

A4 notebook.............................................................................................................................................................................. 466

A4 page.................................................................................................................................................................................... 291

Aalto......................................................................................................................................................................................... 112

Aarts......................................................................................................................................................................................... 295

abduction........................................................................................................................................................................... 197; 199

above........................................................................................................................................................................................ 475

abstract..................................................................................................................................................................................... 474

abstract representations............................................................................................................................................................. 237

abstract(construction not recognised)........................................................................................................................................... 407

abstracting stage....................................................................................................................................................................... 128

abstraction..................................................................................................................................................................... 73; 98; 406

abstraction level........................................................................................................................................................................... 39

abstraction(change)............................................................................................................................................................. 190; 206

abstraction(changes).................................................................................................................................................................... 37

abstraction(level)........................................................................................................................................................................ 105

ABT................................................................................................................................................................................... 356; 489

academic.................................................................................................................................................................................. 416

academic enquiry(border zones).................................................................................................................................................. 143

academic sections(building constructions, industrial building, applied mechanics)............................................................................ 346

academy of arts......................................................................................................................................................................... 465

acceptability test........................................................................................................................................................................ 246

access...................................................................................................................................................................................... 316

access and surface.................................................................................................................................................................... 114

access galleries......................................................................................................................................................................... 392

access(ring structure)................................................................................................................................................................. 326

access(typology)........................................................................................................................................................................ 114

access-equipment...................................................................................................................................................................... 337

accessibilitiy.............................................................................................................................................................................. 270

accessibility................................................................................................................................................. 274; 289; 310; 337; 468

accessibility(knowledge)............................................................................................................................................................... 43

accessible by cars..................................................................................................................................................................... 465

accessible(maintenance, replacement)......................................................................................................................................... 330

acclimatisation........................................................................................................................................................................... 334

accommodate(new purpose)........................................................................................................................................................ 395

accumulate in a concrete design................................................................................................................................................. 476

accumulating............................................................................................................................................................................... 73

accuracy..................................................................................................................................................................................... 73

accuracy(behind the comma)...................................................................................................................................................... 212

accuracy(margin)....................................................................................................................................................................... 212

achievements(building)................................................................................................................................................................ 149

Ackermann................................................................................................................................................................................ 345

acoustics........................................................................................................................................................................... 274; 331

acquaintance............................................................................................................................................................................. 269

acquisition(commission)...................................................................................................................................................... 427; 432

acropolis................................................................................................................................................................................... 126

act of designing.......................................................................................................................................................................... 474

acting communicatively............................................................................................................................................................... 305

acting(thinking).......................................................................................................................................................................... 478

action........................................................................................................................................................................................ 414

action model.............................................................................................................................................................................. 184

action plan................................................................................................................................................................................. 374

action space.............................................................................................................................................................................. 165

action(idealistic)......................................................................................................................................................................... 293

action(undertaking)..................................................................................................................................................................... 372

actions(instinctive)...................................................................................................................................................................... 415

actions(order)............................................................................................................................................................................. 409

actions(self-evident).................................................................................................................................................................... 416

actions(sequence)...................................................................................................................................................................... 415

actions(series)........................................................................................................................................................................... 415

activities..................................................................................................................................................................... 271; 274; 275

activities to be housed................................................................................................................................................................ 274

activities(language)..................................................................................................................................................................... 383

activities(project)........................................................................................................................................................................ 218

activity patterns(timebound(combinations))................................................................................................................................... 492

activity sheets............................................................................................................................................................................ 274

activity(design)............................................................................................................................................................................. 99

activity(ex ante).......................................................................................................................................................................... 286

activity(human)........................................................................................................................................................................... 370

activity(research).......................................................................................................................................................................... 99

actor(intuition, tradition, trust, impulse)......................................................................................................................................... 294

actor’s space(orientated)............................................................................................................................................................. 481

actor’s viewpoint......................................................................................................................................................................... 296

actors vary................................................................................................................................................................................. 455

actors(rational)........................................................................................................................................................................... 293

actual effect............................................................................................................................................................................... 159

actual use................................................................................................................................................................................. 158

AD............................................................................................................................................................................................ 395

adapt to the climate.................................................................................................................................................................... 334

adapt(capacity).......................................................................................................................................................................... 395

adaptability......................................................................................................................................................................... 325; 367

adaptability(plan(stage(scant information)).................................................................................................................................... 163

adaptable building...................................................................................................................................................................... 310

adaptable(installations)............................................................................................................................................................... 330

adaptable(product)...................................................................................................................................................................... 368

adaptation picture....................................................................................................................................................................... 462

adaptation(intervention)............................................................................................................................................................... 324

adaptation(possibly)................................................................................................................................................................... 372

adaptations................................................................................................................................................................................ 368

adaptations(building)................................................................................................................................................................... 158

adapted(pre-fabricated products).................................................................................................................................................. 352

adaptive behaviour of people........................................................................................................................................................ 334

add(form)................................................................................................................................................................................... 104

added or taken away.................................................................................................................................................................... 95

addenda(history).......................................................................................................................................................................... 62

adding....................................................................................................................................................................................... 206

adding functions......................................................................................................................................................................... 290

addition..................................................................................................................................................................................... 128

additional floor............................................................................................................................................................................ 325

additional functions..................................................................................................................................................................... 288

additional requirement................................................................................................................................................................. 427

adherence................................................................................................................................................................................. 395

adhering and closure.................................................................................................................................................................. 350

adjectives.............................................................................................................................................................................. 12; 40

adjust(situation)......................................................................................................................................................................... 395

adjusting(structure(context))........................................................................................................................................................ 468

adjustment to the existing situation.............................................................................................................................................. 431

admissibility(ethical)..................................................................................................................................................................... 25

Adriaansens................................................................................................................................................................................ 79

advanced modelling.................................................................................................................................................................... 378

advanced modelling software....................................................................................................................................................... 380

advisers............................................................................................................................................................................. 271; 338

AEC.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 381

aecXML..................................................................................................................................................................................... 381

aerial bridges............................................................................................................................................................................. 325

aerial photograph............................................................................................................................................................. 33; 71; 473

aestethics(descriptive approach).................................................................................................................................................. 240

aesthetic appreciation................................................................................................................................................................. 240

aesthetic composer.................................................................................................................................................................... 361

aesthetic criteria........................................................................................................................................................................ 307

aesthetic dialectic(wholes, parts)................................................................................................................................................... 95

aesthetic evaluation.................................................................................................................................................................... 245

aesthetic image(independent)...................................................................................................................................................... 410

aesthetic measure...................................................................................................................................................................... 240

aesthetic norm(history)........................................................................................................................................................... 64; 66

aesthetic order........................................................................................................................................................................... 240

aesthetic preference................................................................................................................................................................... 239

aesthetic prejudices................................................................................................................................................................... 241

aesthetic quality......................................................................................................................................................................... 158

aesthetic response..................................................................................................................................................................... 240

aesthetic(individual).................................................................................................................................................................... 394

aesthetically attractive.................................................................................................................................................................. 68

aesthetics(changing, city(form(conditions(geo-morphological), sites(allotting), structure(buildings)))).................................................. 131

aesthetics(experiencing)............................................................................................................................................................. 367

aesthetics(machine)................................................................................................................................................................... 109

aesthetics(perception)................................................................................................................................................................ 241

affection.................................................................................................................................................................................... 390

affective action........................................................................................................................................................................... 293

agenda(design).......................................................................................................................................................................... 493

agenda(political)......................................................................................................................................................................... 496

agenda(priority, incompleteness)................................................................................................................................................. 190

agenda(reduction into discussable topics).................................................................................................................................... 446

agent........................................................................................................................................................................................ 305

agent technology................................................................................................................................................................ 380; 382

agent(software).......................................................................................................................................................................... 382

agents in the design process(post modern changes)..................................................................................................................... 305

agents(building process)............................................................................................................................................................. 189

agents(free)............................................................................................................................................................................... 491

agglomerations(level).................................................................................................................................................................... 84

aggregate representation............................................................................................................................................................. 236

agreements(reduction(location, time))........................................................................................................................................... 447

agriculture.......................................................................................................................................................................... 494; 495

agriculture and nature................................................................................................................................................................. 495

agriculture(decline)..................................................................................................................................................................... 496

AI............................................................................................................................................................................................. 382

AIDA......................................................................................................................................................................................... 371

aim.................................................................................................................................................................................... 253; 409

aim(abstract pre-design)............................................................................................................................................................. 253

aim(function)................................................................................................................................................................................ 92

aim(intention)............................................................................................................................................................................... 92

aim(means)................................................................................................................................................................................. 93

aimless experimentation............................................................................................................................................................. 416

aim-orientated research........................................................................................................................................................... 92; 93

aims of design activity.................................................................................................................................................................. 95

aims(selfish).............................................................................................................................................................................. 296

air pollution................................................................................................................................................................................ 164

air(indoor).................................................................................................................................................................................. 330

airconditioning............................................................................................................................................................................ 329

air-conditioning system............................................................................................................................................................... 281

air-filtering system...................................................................................................................................................................... 332

airflow....................................................................................................................................................................................... 334

airpurity..................................................................................................................................................................................... 331

aisles(side)................................................................................................................................................................................ 123

Alberti.................................................................................................................................................................................. 95; 118

Aldo van Eyck............................................................................................................................................................................ 419

Alexander................................................................................................................................................................... 203; 438; 439

Alexandrium.............................................................................................................................................................................. 269

Algemeen UitbreidingsPlan......................................................................................................................................................... 129

algorithm(formal model)............................................................................................................................................................... 183

algorithms(evolutionary).............................................................................................................................................................. 382

algorithms(genetic).............................................................................................................................................................. 377; 382

alienating effect.......................................................................................................................................................................... 110

alienation(person, author).............................................................................................................................................................. 65

alignment.................................................................................................................................................................................. 234

alignment and size..................................................................................................................................................................... 424

alignment(horizontal).................................................................................................................................................................. 243

alignment(vertical)...................................................................................................................................................................... 243

all encompassing evaluation........................................................................................................................................................ 154

allegorical.................................................................................................................................................................................... 68

allegory....................................................................................................................................................................................... 68

all-metal blocks.......................................................................................................................................................................... 391

allocating the programme............................................................................................................................................................ 439

alloy.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 285

all-quantor................................................................................................................................................................................. 193

Almere............................................................................................................................................................................... 169; 439

Almere(primary schools)............................................................................................................................................................. 171

alpha sciences........................................................................................................................................................................... 379

alpha way(art)............................................................................................................................................................................ 491

Alphen aan de Rijn..................................................................................................................................................................... 364

alternate design options.............................................................................................................................................................. 143

alternative configurations............................................................................................................................................................. 244

alternative designs...................................................................................................................................................................... 171

alternative plans........................................................................................................................................................................... 60

alternative solutions.............................................................................................................................................. 251; 271; 274; 295

alternative(final(choice))................................................................................................................................................................ 20

alternatives................................................................................................................................................................... 20; 254; 449

alternatives(assessment)............................................................................................................................................................ 168

alternatives(display).................................................................................................................................................................... 341

alternatives(evaluation(ordered criteria(weights)))........................................................................................................................... 343

alternatives(programme of requirements)....................................................................................................................................... 271

alternatives(solution)................................................................................................................................................................... 251

aluminium.................................................................................................................................................................................. 347

ambience(domestic)................................................................................................................................................................... 391

ambiguity(perception)................................................................................................................................................................. 241

ambiguous language................................................................................................................................................................... 190

amenities(combining(shops))....................................................................................................................................................... 268

amenities(compulsory)................................................................................................................................................................ 268

amenities(free)........................................................................................................................................................................... 268

amenities(level).......................................................................................................................................................................... 268

amenities(location(rent)).............................................................................................................................................................. 267

amenities(network)..................................................................................................................................................................... 268

Amersfoort......................................................................................................................................................................... 435; 439

amorphous polymers.................................................................................................................................................................. 285

amorphous solid......................................................................................................................................................................... 285

amphi-theatre............................................................................................................................................................................. 480

Amstel...................................................................................................................................................................................... 434

Amsterdam........................................................................................................................................... 118; 126; 434; 435; 439; 495

Amsterdam canals..................................................................................................................................................................... 435

Amsterdam School..................................................................................................................................................................... 121

Amsterdam Stock Exchange....................................................................................................................................................... 121

Amsterdam(Leidseplein)............................................................................................................................................................. 120

Amsterdam(medieval)................................................................................................................................................................. 128

Amsterdamse Bos..................................................................................................................................................................... 188

analogue design media(implementation structure)......................................................................................................................... 236

analogue model.................................................................................................................................................................. 181; 183

analogue representation.............................................................................................................................................................. 236

analogue techniques................................................................................................................................................................... 232

analogy........................................................................................................................................................ 371; 389; 402; 441; 467

analogy(design cases)................................................................................................................................................................ 144

analogy(examples)..................................................................................................................................................................... 493

analyse....................................................................................................................................................................................... 12

analyses and selections............................................................................................................................................................. 339

analyses(in  depth)..................................................................................................................................................................... 142

analyses(portfolio)...................................................................................................................................................................... 167

analysing................................................................................................................................................................................... 417

analysing a plan(method)............................................................................................................................................................ 128

analysis............................................................................................................................................................. 25; 58; 61; 275; 447

analysis and manipulation........................................................................................................................................................... 243

analysis of buildings(structure, layout tools(measuring, draw, describe, archive)).............................................................................. 117

analysis of design products......................................................................................................................................................... 245

analysis of design variants.......................................................................................................................................................... 455

analysis of effects...................................................................................................................................................................... 443

analysis of effects(ex ante).......................................................................................................................................................... 446

analysis of the location............................................................................................................................................................... 419

analysis of the map.................................................................................................................................................................... 429

analysis of the organisation......................................................................................................................................................... 274

analysis phase........................................................................................................................................................................... 340

analysis(architectural(normative models))..................................................................................................................................... 239

analysis(building)....................................................................................................................................................................... 117

analysis(comparative(floorplan))................................................................................................................................................... 155

analysis(comparative)............................................................................................................................................. 58; 155; 396; 455

analysis(composition)................................................................................................................................................................. 160

analysis(decomposition)............................................................................................................................................................. 133

analysis(design result)................................................................................................................................................................ 143

analysis(design)......................................................................................................................................................................... 314

analysis(documents).................................................................................................................................................................. 155

analysis(effect)................................................................................................................................................................... 171; 259

analysis(environmental impact).................................................................................................................................................... 159

analysis(ex post)........................................................................................................................................................................ 276

analysis(figure ground)................................................................................................................................................................ 126

analysis(function)....................................................................................................................................................................... 371

analysis(history, morphological).................................................................................................................................................... 63

analysis(history, style critical)....................................................................................................................................................... 63

analysis(history,technical)............................................................................................................................................................ 63

analysis(map)............................................................................................................................................................................ 432

analysis(morphological).............................................................................................................................................................. 125

analysis(perception)................................................................................................................................................................... 241

analysis(plan).............................................................................................................................................................................. 58

analysis(plans)............................................................................................................................................................................ 33

analysis(representations(design))................................................................................................................................................. 238

analysis(solution(sub system))...................................................................................................................................................... 58

analysis(source materia)............................................................................................................................................................. 138

analysis(synthesis).................................................................................................................................................................... 355

analysis(typological)............................................................................................................................................................ 125; 133

analytical and synthetic ways of working...................................................................................................................................... 311

analytical drawings..................................................................................................................................................................... 130

analytical evaluation................................................................................................................................................................... 143

analytical or comparative research............................................................................................................................................... 137

analytical representation............................................................................................................................................................. 238

analytical-systematic methods.................................................................................................................................................... 371

and(operator)............................................................................................................................................................................. 199

andante (ongoing) research......................................................................................................................................................... 160

anecdotes................................................................................................................................................................................. 419

Anglo-Saxon.............................................................................................................................................................................. 414

angular twist(urban area)............................................................................................................................................................. 430

animal behaviour theory.............................................................................................................................................................. 414

animal behaviour(research).......................................................................................................................................................... 415

ANN.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 378

anonymously............................................................................................................................................................................. 392

anorexia architectura.................................................................................................................................................................. 407

antecedent......................................................................................................................................................................... 113; 411

anthropocentrism....................................................................................................................................................................... 414

anthropometrics......................................................................................................................................................................... 275

anthropomorphic.......................................................................................................................................................................... 67

anthropomorphic system............................................................................................................................................................. 348

anticipation(long term experience)................................................................................................................................................ 163

anti-metropolitan policy............................................................................................................................................................... 496

Antiquity(mythology).................................................................................................................................................................... 67

Anymo-system.......................................................................................................................................................................... 167

apartment.................................................................................................................................................................................. 310

apartment buildings(load-bearing construction).............................................................................................................................. 342

apex......................................................................................................................................................................................... 124

apology of a design.................................................................................................................................................................... 174

appliances(sub-contractors)........................................................................................................................................................ 354

applicable.................................................................................................................................................................................... 82

application environment(technical)................................................................................................................................................ 355

application orientated.................................................................................................................................................................. 359

application potential..................................................................................................................................................................... 60

application study........................................................................................................................................................................ 330

application-related study(effects(heating, ventilation, airconditioning, HVAC))................................................................................... 329

applications study...................................................................................................................................................................... 327

applied combinatorics................................................................................................................................................................. 417

applied mechanics.............................................................................................................................................................. 346; 464

applied mechanics(vector)........................................................................................................................................................... 211

applying.................................................................................................................................................................................... 395

appointments(reduction(location, time))........................................................................................................................................ 447

appreciation............................................................................................................................................................................... 158

approach(three-way)................................................................................................................................................................... 313

approval of authorities................................................................................................................................................................. 372

appurtenance(carrier).................................................................................................................................................................. 349

Arbitration Board.......................................................................................................................................................................... 82

Arbobesluit.................................................................................................................................................................................. 81

Arc de Triomphe......................................................................................................................................................................... 446

arcade game.............................................................................................................................................................................. 232

arch(triumphal)............................................................................................................................................................................. 67

archaeology............................................................................................................................................................................... 415

Archer....................................................................................................................................................................................... 100

archetypal forms........................................................................................................................................................................ 487

archetypal shape........................................................................................................................................................................ 110

archetype..................................................................................................................................................................... 75; 103; 106

arch-forms................................................................................................................................................................................. 402

architect.................................................................................................................................................................................... 360

archi-tect..................................................................................................................................................................................... 97

architect(analysis of buildings)..................................................................................................................................................... 118

architect(ICT)............................................................................................................................................................................. 377

architect(initiative(reporting and linking back(exchange of information)))........................................................................................... 338

architect(jargon)......................................................................................................................................................................... 404

architect(react(world, architects))................................................................................................................................................. 404

architect(result(process(design)))................................................................................................................................................. 417

architect(self-satisfaction)........................................................................................................................................................... 405

architectonic design................................................................................................................................................................... 336

architectonic forms(contemplation)............................................................................................................................................... 475

architectonic imaging.................................................................................................................................................................. 133

Architectonic Intervention............................................................................................................................................................ 141

architectonic study..................................................................................................................................................................... 292

architectonic unity...................................................................................................................................................................... 435

architectonic whole...................................................................................................................................................................... 57

architects(computing)................................................................................................................................................................. 364

architects(eccentricity)............................................................................................................................................................... 357

architectural act(scale levels, media)............................................................................................................................................ 421

architectural analysis(normative models)...................................................................................................................................... 239

architectural circles(Amsterdam)................................................................................................................................................. 122

architectural composition(building elements, void space forms)....................................................................................................... 234

architectural construction............................................................................................................................................................ 336

architectural design.................................................................................................................................................................... 234

architectural design management................................................................................................................................................ 427

architectural designers................................................................................................................................................................ 357

architectural doctrines................................................................................................................................................................ 239

architectural examples................................................................................................................................................................ 387

architectural formal system.................................................................................................................................................. 240; 241

architectural knowledge................................................................................................................................................................ 98

architectural knowledge(redefine)................................................................................................................................................... 99

architectural magazines(concepts, design tools)........................................................................................................................... 151

architectural methodology........................................................................................................................................................... 234

architectural motives.................................................................................................................................................................... 67

architectural office...................................................................................................................................................................... 373

architectural product................................................................................................................................................................... 367

architectural product(personal ties).............................................................................................................................................. 369

architectural product(spatial experience)....................................................................................................................................... 368

architectural provisions(cimate control)......................................................................................................................................... 330

architectural purity...................................................................................................................................................................... 392

architectural quality............................................................................................................................................................. 151; 297

architectural representations....................................................................................................................................................... 233

architectural research............................................................................................................................................................ 98; 249

architectural research(transparent, systematic, descriptive)............................................................................................................. 99

architectural responses............................................................................................................................................................... 389

architectural scene..................................................................................................................................................................... 243

architectural solution.................................................................................................................................................................. 107

architectural stereotypes............................................................................................................................................................. 236

architectural system................................................................................................................................................................... 108

architectural transformations....................................................................................................................................................... 321

architecture................................................................................................................................................................... 61; 367; 404

architecture and urban technology............................................................................................................................................... 346

architecture is interrogated.......................................................................................................................................................... 473

architecture of the city................................................................................................................................................................ 435

architecture(austere, Basel)........................................................................................................................................................ 122

architecture(brief, budget, site boundaries).................................................................................................................................... 404

architecture(classical orders(canonisation)).................................................................................................................................. 234

architecture(classical).................................................................................................................................................................. 96

architecture(Dutch, 18th century).................................................................................................................................................. 118

architecture(fluid)........................................................................................................................................................................ 364

architecture(geometry)......................................................................................................................................................... 232; 245

architecture(history)..................................................................................................................................................................... 61

architecture(minorities)............................................................................................................................................................... 420

architecture(modernist)............................................................................................................................................................... 234

architecture(physical protection, spiritual ordering)........................................................................................................................ 474

architecture(relationships between elements)................................................................................................................................ 234

architecture(routine).................................................................................................................................................................... 390

architecture(sensual, physical).................................................................................................................................................... 421

architecture(sterile)..................................................................................................................................................................... 286

architecture(urban)....................................................................................................................................................... 287; 433; 461

architecture-historical studies(history)............................................................................................................................................ 61

archive............................................................................................................................................................................... 122; 423

archive(analysis of buildings)....................................................................................................................................................... 117

archive(architects offices)............................................................................................................................................................ 118

archive(history)............................................................................................................................................................................ 62

archive(image)............................................................................................................................................................................. 50

archive(municipalities)................................................................................................................................................................. 118

archive(private collections)........................................................................................................................................................... 118

archiving.................................................................................................................................................................................... 381

arcs(graph theory)...................................................................................................................................................................... 216

area in between(body, mind)........................................................................................................................................................ 478

area(essence)............................................................................................................................................................................ 429

area(maps)................................................................................................................................................................................ 429

area(potentials).......................................................................................................................................................................... 267

areas........................................................................................................................................................................................ 441

areas of restructuring.................................................................................................................................................................. 433

areas(spatial)............................................................................................................................................................................. 347

arena........................................................................................................................................................................................ 480

Argan......................................................................................................................................................................... 103; 113; 417

argument................................................................................................................................................................................... 192

argumentation theory.................................................................................................................................................................. 192

Ariadne’s thread......................................................................................................................................................................... 482

Aristotle............................................................................................................................................................................... 26; 418

arithmatical series...................................................................................................................................................................... 212

arithmetic........................................................................................................................................................................... 203; 204

arithmetical optimum.................................................................................................................................................................. 297

arithmic rules............................................................................................................................................................................. 207

arousa(perceptual)l..................................................................................................................................................................... 240

arousal(perceptual)..................................................................................................................................................................... 240

arranged.................................................................................................................................................................................... 108

arrangement....................................................................................................................................................................... 234; 391

arrangement of elements............................................................................................................................................................. 235

arrangement of values................................................................................................................................................................. 447

arrangement possibilities............................................................................................................................................................ 207

arrangement(combinatorics)........................................................................................................................................................ 208

arrangement(rectangular)............................................................................................................................................................ 244

arrangement(spatial).................................................................................................................................................... 107; 108; 109

arrangement(urban).................................................................................................................................................................... 130

arrow(point, line)......................................................................................................................................................................... 477

art and science............................................................................................................................................................................ 21

Art Deco.................................................................................................................................................................................... 394

Art Nouveau............................................................................................................................................................................... 118

art of building(composing precisely)............................................................................................................................................. 123

art of omission(Michelangelo)...................................................................................................................................................... 407

art(history, delight)....................................................................................................................................................................... 64

art(knowledge and capability)...................................................................................................................................................... 478

art(preceding all science and knowledge)...................................................................................................................................... 473

artefacts.................................................................................................................................................................................... 414

artefacts(collection).................................................................................................................................................................... 142

artefacts(documentation)............................................................................................................................................................. 144

artefacts(handcrafted(refinement))................................................................................................................................................ 400

artefacts(material)...................................................................................................................................................................... 367

art-historical sciences.................................................................................................................................................................. 98

articles(frequently purchased)...................................................................................................................................................... 268

articulated criticism.................................................................................................................................................................... 309

articulating the site..................................................................................................................................................................... 433

articulation............................................................................................................................................................. 57; 114; 129; 234

articulation and performance(computerised representation(positioning(elements)))............................................................................ 236

articulation of scale.................................................................................................................................................................... 190

articulation(basic)....................................................................................................................................................................... 440

articulation(façade)..................................................................................................................................................................... 425

articulation(history, elevation)........................................................................................................................................................ 63

articulation(site).................................................................................................................................................................. 114; 439

articulation(spatial)..................................................................................................................................................................... 242

articulation(surface).................................................................................................................................................................... 188

articulation(tentative)................................................................................................................................................................... 440

articulation(vistas)...................................................................................................................................................................... 430

articulations of surfaces.............................................................................................................................................................. 436

articulations(basic)..................................................................................................................................................................... 439

articulations(site)........................................................................................................................................................................ 433

artificial intelligence............................................................................................................................................................. 378; 382

artificial light.............................................................................................................................................................................. 335

artificial lighting................................................................................................................................................................... 332; 425

artificial neural networks...................................................................................................................................................... 377; 382

artist.................................................................................................................................................................................. 360; 408

artistic form expression............................................................................................................................................................... 379

arts..................................................................................................................................................................................... 25; 297

arts(visual)........................................................................................................................................................................... 61; 231

Arup.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 364

as if design setting..................................................................................................................................................................... 101

a-select respondents.................................................................................................................................................................. 374

ASHRAE................................................................................................................................................................................... 330

ASHRAE Journal........................................................................................................................................................................ 330

ASHRAE Transactions............................................................................................................................................................... 330

aspiration(level).......................................................................................................................................................................... 295

Asselbergs................................................................................................................................................................................ 283

assembled................................................................................................................................................................................. 108

assembled(post)........................................................................................................................................................................ 281

assembling................................................................................................................................................................................ 350

assembly(on-site)....................................................................................................................................................................... 281

assertions................................................................................................................................................................................. 191

assertive(consumers).................................................................................................................................................................. 311

assessment............................................................................................................................................................................... 254

assessment criteria.................................................................................................................................................................... 365

assessment of alternatives.......................................................................................................................................................... 168

assessment(context).................................................................................................................................................................. 399

assessment(costs)..................................................................................................................................................................... 372

assignment................................................................................................................................................................................ 443

assignment(analysis of buildings)................................................................................................................................................ 118

assignment(design).................................................................................................................................................................... 159

assignment(interpretation)........................................................................................................................................................... 107

assignment(part) (plan(spatial), programme of requirements).......................................................................................................... 340

associate.................................................................................................................................................................................. 477

association......................................................................................................................................................................... 390; 395

Association Deltametropolis........................................................................................................................................................ 498

association test......................................................................................................................................................................... 476

association(private)..................................................................................................................................................................... 492

association(significant, meaningful)( key-words(from the gut))......................................................................................................... 476

association(useful)..................................................................................................................................................................... 403

associations(chain).................................................................................................................................................................... 394

associations(clearing out)........................................................................................................................................................... 393

associations(farfetched(eclectic spirit))......................................................................................................................................... 239

associative methods............................................................................................................................................................ 340; 371

associative qualities(curved lines and surfaces)............................................................................................................................. 487

associative representations(atomistic).......................................................................................................................................... 237

associative structures(holistic)..................................................................................................................................................... 237

assumptions.............................................................................................................................................................................. 417

assumptions(transformative)........................................................................................................................................................ 417

AST.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 346

astonishment(outside world)........................................................................................................................................................ 413

astronaut’s suit.......................................................................................................................................................................... 464

asymmetrical profile................................................................................................................................................................... 446

asymmetry and symmetry............................................................................................................................................................ 95

Asymptot.................................................................................................................................................................................. 473

At least one(logic)...................................................................................................................................................................... 193

atmosphere............................................................................................................................................................................... 156

atomistic associative representations........................................................................................................................................... 237

atomistic form............................................................................................................................................................................ 233

atoms in the universe.......................................................................................................................................................... 207; 210

atria.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 331

atrium................................................................................................................................................................................ 171; 468

atrium building........................................................................................................................................................................... 326

attention(balanced)..................................................................................................................................................................... 306

attention(effort)........................................................................................................................................................................... 240

attention(range(monitor))............................................................................................................................................................. 410

attention(selective)................................................................................................................................................................ 25; 444

attention(shift)............................................................................................................................................................................ 399

attention(shifts).......................................................................................................................................................................... 404

attention(spread(alternating focus of interest))............................................................................................................................... 409

attitude in studying..................................................................................................................................................................... 358

attitudes(designer)...................................................................................................................................................................... 144

attorney...................................................................................................................................................................................... 82

attraction(concentration(shopping centres))................................................................................................................................... 268

attribute...................................................................................................................................................................................... 40

Audi Quatro............................................................................................................................................................................... 356

audience................................................................................................................................................................................... 465

auditorium.......................................................................................................................................................................... 112; 465

augur........................................................................................................................................................................................ 474

AUP.................................................................................................................................................................................. 129; 434

Aurora....................................................................................................................................................................................... 107

authentic..................................................................................................................................................................................... 95

author......................................................................................................................................................................................... 62

author(designer, history)............................................................................................................................................................... 65

author(history)............................................................................................................................................................................. 65

author’s name.............................................................................................................................................................................. 46

authorities(approval).................................................................................................................................................................... 372

authorities(local).......................................................................................................................................................................... 81

Authors’ Law............................................................................................................................................................................... 80

authorship(shared)....................................................................................................................................................................... 59

autism....................................................................................................................................................................................... 413

autocratic.................................................................................................................................................................................. 303

autogeneity................................................................................................................................................................................ 418

automatism............................................................................................................................................................................... 416

autonomous............................................................................................................................................................................... 393

autonomous natural process....................................................................................................................................................... 370

autonomous position of the designer............................................................................................................................................ 434

autonomous qualities.................................................................................................................................................................. 126

autonomous sequence................................................................................................................................................................ 115

autonomously continuing idea..................................................................................................................................................... 418

autopsy(history)........................................................................................................................................................................... 61

auxiliary lines............................................................................................................................................................................. 290

available data............................................................................................................................................................................. 333

avenue...................................................................................................................................................................................... 423

avenue(straight).......................................................................................................................................................................... 423

average....................................................................................................................................................................... 219; 253; 255

averages(condensing)................................................................................................................................................................. 219

AVV.................................................................................................................................................................................. 259; 497

axioms...................................................................................................................................................................................... 204

axis of the tower......................................................................................................................................................................... 123

axle.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 223

axonometrie............................................................................................................................................................................... 116

Baarda........................................................................................................................................................................................ 54

Baarda & De Goede............................................................................................................................................................ 138; 249

Baarsjes.................................................................................................................................................................................... 445

back......................................................................................................................................................................................... 170

back-casting.............................................................................................................................................................................. 259

backdrop................................................................................................................................................................................... 114

backside(closed)........................................................................................................................................................................ 429

Bacon......................................................................................................................................................................................... 21

balance(perception).................................................................................................................................................................... 241

balanced attention...................................................................................................................................................................... 306

balconies........................................................................................................................................................................... 112; 392

balustrading............................................................................................................................................................................... 392

bandwidth(scenarios).................................................................................................................................................................. 162

band-with................................................................................................................................................................................... 212

Barbieri................................................................................................................................................................................ 57; 152

Barcelona-paviljoen..................................................................................................................................................................... 407

barrier(transparent)..................................................................................................................................................................... 284

Basic........................................................................................................................................................................................ 229

basic allocation method.............................................................................................................................................................. 440

basic articulation(history)............................................................................................................................................................ 440

basic human needs.................................................................................................................................................................... 358

basis module M......................................................................................................................................................................... 348

bathroom like............................................................................................................................................................................. 156

bathrooms................................................................................................................................................................................. 217

Bayreuth................................................................................................................................................................................... 113

Bazel.......................................................................................................................................................................... 119; 120; 121

beams(façade)........................................................................................................................................................................... 325

beauty.......................................................................................................................................................................... 95; 108; 394

Beckers.................................................................................................................................................................................... 313

bed........................................................................................................................................................................................... 292

bedroom(sleeping(description)).................................................................................................................................................... 292

begin to design(existing(accept, reject))....................................................................................................................................... 417

begin, and the results will follow................................................................................................................................................... 408

beginning anew.......................................................................................................................................................................... 417

beginning design........................................................................................................................................................................ 473

behaviour................................................................................................................................................................................... 292

behaviour of people(adaptive(acclimatisation, clothing)).................................................................................................................. 334

behaviour theory(animal)............................................................................................................................................................. 414

behaviour(co-operative)................................................................................................................................................................ 296

behavioural aspects.................................................................................................................................................................... 152

behavioural mapping................................................................................................................................................................... 275

belief........................................................................................................................................................................................... 26

beliefs(popular(hidden burdens(ex ante evaluation)))....................................................................................................................... 162

below........................................................................................................................................................................................ 475

bench........................................................................................................................................................................................ 483

benchmarking............................................................................................................................................................................ 163

Benthem................................................................................................................................................................................... 357

Bergh........................................................................................................................................................................................ 473

Berkel en Rodenrijs.................................................................................................................................................................... 287

Berkel, B. van............................................................................................................................................................................ 357

Berkhout................................................................................................................................................................................... 301

Berlage....................................................................................................................................................................... 117; 121; 123

Berlage Institute......................................................................................................................................................................... 396

Berlage, H.P....................................................................................................................................................................... 119; 435

Berlin Wall................................................................................................................................................................................. 495

Berlioz...................................................................................................................................................................................... 408

Bertels and Nauta............................................................................................................................................................... 182; 183

Besset...................................................................................................................................................................................... 394

best buy.................................................................................................................................................................................... 165

best in test................................................................................................................................................................................ 165

bestemmingsplan......................................................................................................................................................................... 81

beta sciences............................................................................................................................................................................ 379

betha way(natural rules).............................................................................................................................................................. 491

Beurs........................................................................................................................................................................................ 118

Beurs van Berlage...................................................................................................................................................................... 119

Bhalotra............................................................................................................................................................................. 435; 439

bias(ideological)......................................................................................................................................................................... 430

bias(valuation)............................................................................................................................................................................ 167

BIC........................................................................................................................................................................................... 117

bicycle...................................................................................................................................................................................... 393

Biederman.......................................................................................................................................................................... 235; 243

big shopping centres.................................................................................................................................................................. 269

Bijlmermeer.......................................................................................................................................................................... 59; 188

Bijlsma...................................................................................................................................................................................... 135

Bijvoet................................................................................................................................................................................ 394; 465

Bilbao....................................................................................................................................................................................... 380

Bilbao Guggenheim Museum....................................................................................................................................................... 364

Bildung(history)............................................................................................................................................................................ 70

binary numerals......................................................................................................................................................................... 233

binding theme..................................................................................................................................................................... 141; 485

binocular disparity...................................................................................................................................................................... 244

biology...................................................................................................................................................................................... 414

birds eye view............................................................................................................................................................................ 464

Birkhoff...................................................................................................................................................................................... 240

bisecting the organisation(building).............................................................................................................................................. 424

black box.................................................................................................................................................................................. 308

black box design........................................................................................................................................................................ 365

blind spot(urban)........................................................................................................................................................................ 132

blinding..................................................................................................................................................................................... 336

Blob architects........................................................................................................................................................................... 357

blob designs.............................................................................................................................................................................. 364

blobs......................................................................................................................................................................................... 487

block......................................................................................................................................................................................... 116

block(building)............................................................................................................................................................................ 135

block(closed, building)................................................................................................................................................................ 135

block(end)................................................................................................................................................................................. 116

blockades.................................................................................................................................................................................. 415

blockading pre-suppositions.......................................................................................................................................................... 35

blocking stimulus....................................................................................................................................................................... 415

blocks(all-metal)......................................................................................................................................................................... 391

blocks(building).......................................................................................................................................................................... 135

blocks(residential)...................................................................................................................................................................... 316

Blom......................................................................................................................................................................................... 117

Blondel...................................................................................................................................................................................... 239

blotches plan............................................................................................................................................................................. 434

blueprint.................................................................................................................................................................................... 431

Blueprint for a City...................................................................................................................................................................... 313

Blueprint for survival.................................................................................................................................................................... 313

blueprint for the city.................................................................................................................................................................... 461

blue-print(frame, grain)................................................................................................................................................................ 211

blue-print(history)......................................................................................................................................................................... 61

blue-print(spatial model(thought model))....................................................................................................................................... 183

blueprints(cramped).................................................................................................................................................................... 166

Blyth & Worthington............................................................................................................................................................ 275; 276

Boekholt..................................................................................................................................................................................... 59

Boelen...................................................................................................................................................................................... 449

Boer.................................................................................................................................................................................. 437; 439

Boersma................................................................................................................................................................................... 294

Bogaers...................................................................................................................................................................................... 59

Bohm........................................................................................................................................................................................ 100

Boîte à Miracles......................................................................................................................................................................... 477

bolts......................................................................................................................................................................................... 286

Bomarzo..................................................................................................................................................................................... 67

Bond Heemschut......................................................................................................................................................................... 83

bond(brick)................................................................................................................................................................................ 120

bond(hinged, nodal).................................................................................................................................................................... 286

book section................................................................................................................................................................................ 44

book(edited)................................................................................................................................................................................ 44

BOOM...................................................................................................................................................................................... 313

border zones.............................................................................................................................................................................. 282

border zones of academic enquiry................................................................................................................................................ 143

border(railway, road)................................................................................................................................................................... 429

bordering of a site....................................................................................................................................................................... 418

borders of the given site.............................................................................................................................................................. 418

boredom(monotony).................................................................................................................................................................... 170

boring(façade)............................................................................................................................................................................ 426

Borneo-Sporenburg..................................................................................................................................................................... 435

Borromini’s.................................................................................................................................................................................. 67

BOT.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 272

bottle-neck(model)...................................................................................................................................................................... 468

bottom glass line........................................................................................................................................................................ 325

bottom-up approach.................................................................................................................................................................... 104

boulevard................................................................................................................................................................................... 480

boundary conditions...................................................................................................................................... 253; 272; 374; 436; 459

boundary conditions(budget, location).......................................................................................................................................... 276

boundary conditions(optimisation)................................................................................................................................................ 221

boundary values(housing)............................................................................................................................................................ 165

Bouwregelgeving.......................................................................................................................................................................... 81

box of miracles.......................................................................................................................................................................... 480

Box of Miracles.......................................................................................................................................................................... 477

box(building).............................................................................................................................................................................. 408

box(protruding)........................................................................................................................................................................... 426

boxes(metal).............................................................................................................................................................................. 391

box-office................................................................................................................................................................................... 470

boys meet girls.......................................................................................................................................................................... 350

BPE.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 276

BPO......................................................................................................................................................................................... 152

bracing structures...................................................................................................................................................................... 342

brackets(steel angle).................................................................................................................................................................. 279

brain-storm session.................................................................................................................................................................... 429

brainstorming............................................................................................................................................................................. 371

branche(incident)........................................................................................................................................................................ 217

branche(inciding)........................................................................................................................................................................ 217

branches (dual).......................................................................................................................................................................... 217

branches with a length(graph theory)............................................................................................................................................ 218

branches with a weight(graph theory)........................................................................................................................................... 218

branches(graph theory)............................................................................................................................................................... 216

Brand........................................................................................................................................................................................ 161

Brandes.................................................................................................................................................................................... 437

Breen........................................................................................................................................................................... 95; 137; 483

brick.................................................................................................................................................................................. 123; 348

brick format(Waal)...................................................................................................................................................................... 119

brick heads................................................................................................................................................................................ 120

brick module.............................................................................................................................................................................. 348

brick strips................................................................................................................................................................................ 111

brick wall(dual)........................................................................................................................................................................... 281

bricklaying practice.................................................................................................................................................................... 124

brickwork................................................................................................................................................................................... 395

bridge........................................................................................................................................................................................ 483

bridge constructions................................................................................................................................................................... 394

bridge(impact(landscape))........................................................................................................................................................... 485

bridge(organisation(bisecting(building)))........................................................................................................................................ 424

bridges(aerial)............................................................................................................................................................................ 325

brief..................................................................................................................................................................................... 27; 152

brief(architecture)....................................................................................................................................................................... 404

brief(development)...................................................................................................................................................................... 283

brief(technical)........................................................................................................................................................................... 281

briefing...................................................................................................................................................................................... 271

brightness(relative)..................................................................................................................................................................... 332

broad-band technology................................................................................................................................................................ 379

Broadbent.......................................................................................................................................................................... 183; 203

Broek................................................................................................................................................................................. 107; 134

Broekhuizen.............................................................................................................................................................................. 132

Brouwer........................................................................................................................................................ 346; 357; 387; 423; 443

Brouwer façade.......................................................................................................................................................................... 357

Bruijn........................................................................................................................................................................................ 275

Bruin......................................................................................................................................................................................... 356

Brundtland Report...................................................................................................................................................................... 181

Büchi........................................................................................................................................................................................ 438

budget................................................................................................................................................................. 404; 432; 464; 470

budget(impact(pergola, sun-shades, less sophisticated types of material))...................................................................................... 427

budgetary pre-condition............................................................................................................................................................... 251

buffer zones................................................................................................................................................................................. 36

build in space............................................................................................................................................................................ 337

build operate transfer.................................................................................................................................................................. 272

builder(persuaded(studies, examples))......................................................................................................................................... 427

build-in space............................................................................................................................................................................ 336

building block............................................................................................................................................................................. 135

building block(open).................................................................................................................................................................... 114

building blocks........................................................................................................................................................................... 135

building blocks(programme of requirements, location).................................................................................................................... 291

building checklist....................................................................................................................................................................... 328

Building Code..................................................................................................................................................................... 151; 274

building component.................................................................................................................................................................... 286

building component(core(elevator, stairs))..................................................................................................................................... 489

building component(special)........................................................................................................................................................ 355

building components(special)...................................................................................................................................................... 355

building construction................................................................................................................................................................... 346

building cranes........................................................................................................................................................................... 342

Building Decision....................................................................................................................................................................... 350

building decree............................................................................................................................................................................ 80

Building Decree...................................................................................................................................................................... 81; 84

building design.................................................................................................................................................................... 279; 333

building documents.................................................................................................................................................................... 231

building economics..................................................................................................................................................................... 346

building elements(basic set)........................................................................................................................................................ 233

building elements(symbols)......................................................................................................................................................... 233

building enterprise(history)............................................................................................................................................................ 65

building envelope........................................................................................................................................................................ 330

building façade sub-system......................................................................................................................................................... 280

building from scratch.................................................................................................................................................................. 323

building function......................................................................................................................................................................... 330

building groups(partial)................................................................................................................................................................ 349

building height............................................................................................................................................................................ 122

building in use evaluation............................................................................................................................................................ 328

building in Use evaluation............................................................................................................................................................ 334

Building in Use study.................................................................................................................................................................. 335

building in-take........................................................................................................................................................................... 324

building location.................................................................................................................................................................. 359; 372

building managers...................................................................................................................................................................... 359

building mass............................................................................................................................................................................ 372

building material(history, provenance)............................................................................................................................................. 63

building material(ideal)................................................................................................................................................................ 283

building material(new)................................................................................................................................................................. 283

building methodology.................................................................................................................................................................. 249

building node...................................................................................................................................................................... 321; 345

Building Node Study................................................................................................................................................................... 351

building part........................................................................................................................................................................ 279; 347

building parts............................................................................................................................................................... 279; 280; 282

building parts(groups)................................................................................................................................................................. 347

Building Performance Evaluation........................................................................................................................................... 152; 276

building permission...................................................................................................................................................................... 81

building permit............................................................................................................................................................................. 81

building practice(Dutch 20th Century)........................................................................................................................................... 117

building process.................................................................................................................................................................. 271; 372

building process(ongoing)............................................................................................................................................................ 356

building process(programme of requirements(completeness))......................................................................................................... 272

building product enterprise.......................................................................................................................................................... 373

building products(standard)......................................................................................................................................................... 355

building sector(fragmented, old-fasioned)...................................................................................................................................... 379

building services......................................................................................................................................................................... 327

building site................................................................................................................................................................. 341; 347; 350

building specification.................................................................................................................................................................. 109

building system.................................................................................................................................................................. 282; 355

building systems( unconstrained transition(eclectic spirit))............................................................................................................. 239

building technique............................................................................................................................................................... 109; 321

building technology(context, multidisciplinary complexity, cultural sensitivity, basic human needs, execution, traditional materials, entrance level, enterprises(small-scale), competitiveness, low final product costs, focus on straight applications, low studying attitude)....................................................... 358

building volumes......................................................................................................................................................................... 487

building(achievements)................................................................................................................................................................ 149

building(adaptable)..................................................................................................................................................................... 310

building(analysis)....................................................................................................................................................................... 117

building(capable to adapt(exibition concepts))............................................................................................................................... 462

building(classification)................................................................................................................................................................. 342

building(component)................................................................................................................................................................... 233

building(consistent).................................................................................................................................................................... 470

building(dynamic properties)........................................................................................................................................................ 330

building(existing(actuality, historical data)).................................................................................................................................... 117

building(existing)........................................................................................................................................................................ 394

building(extending(adding parts)).................................................................................................................................................. 424

building(function)........................................................................................................................................................................ 341

building(healthy)......................................................................................................................................................................... 330

building(history(period))............................................................................................................................................................... 429

building(industrial)...................................................................................................................................................................... 346

building(large)............................................................................................................................................................................ 433

building(maintained, adapted)...................................................................................................................................................... 281

building(not)............................................................................................................................................................................... 331

building(parts and connections)................................................................................................................................................... 351

building(production, manufacturing).............................................................................................................................................. 281

building(realised)........................................................................................................................................................................ 143

building(shape)........................................................................................................................................................................... 327

building(suitable)........................................................................................................................................................................ 470

buildingelements(main)............................................................................................................................................................... 345

building-lot................................................................................................................................................................................. 115

buildings(classical)..................................................................................................................................................................... 234

buildings(depth).......................................................................................................................................................................... 122

buildings(round).......................................................................................................................................................................... 115

building-trade documentation....................................................................................................................................................... 347

built and unbuilt.......................................................................................................................................................................... 429

built environment........................................................................................................................................................... 95; 249; 377

built environment(legible)............................................................................................................................................................... 25

built space typology................................................................................................................................................................... 439

built-in space(installations).......................................................................................................................................................... 330

bull(head).................................................................................................................................................................................. 393

burdens(hidden)......................................................................................................................................................................... 162

bureaucratic procedures(viscous)................................................................................................................................................. 311

burg.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 482

Burgerweeshuis........................................................................................................................................................................... 89

burglary..................................................................................................................................................................................... 158

Burt.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 153

bus route................................................................................................................................................................................... 316

business management(empirical model)....................................................................................................................................... 417

business parks.......................................................................................................................................................................... 269

business(location(rent)(price of the land))...................................................................................................................................... 267

business(location(rent))............................................................................................................................................................... 267

businesses(programme(attractiveness))........................................................................................................................................ 269

business-plan............................................................................................................................................................................ 375

but............................................................................................................................................................................................ 199

buying market building................................................................................................................................................................ 360

C 229

cables....................................................................................................................................................................................... 336

cabling...................................................................................................................................................................................... 337

CAD...................................................................................................................................................................... 21; 210; 298; 378

CAD / CAM............................................................................................................................................................................... 350

CAD documents......................................................................................................................................................................... 238

CAD system.............................................................................................................................................................................. 334

CAD systems............................................................................................................................................................................ 372

CAD-CAM................................................................................................................................................................................. 378

CAD-files..................................................................................................................................................................................... 49

CAE.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 378

Café Wasserman....................................................................................................................................................................... 467

Calatrava................................................................................................................................................................................... 379

calculation of variances............................................................................................................................................................... 209

calculation(differential)................................................................................................................................................................ 205

calculation(infinitesimal).............................................................................................................................................................. 205

calculation(integral).................................................................................................................................................................... 205

calculus(differential).................................................................................................................................................................... 228

calculus(formal model)................................................................................................................................................................ 183

calculus(integral)........................................................................................................................................................................ 228

calibration.................................................................................................................................................................................. 257

Callas....................................................................................................................................................................................... 419

Calvino...................................................................................................................................................................................... 476

Cameron................................................................................................................................................................................... 260

canal house........................................................................................................................................................................ 119; 124

canals....................................................................................................................................................................................... 127

canonical orientation................................................................................................................................................................... 243

canonical views.......................................................................................................................................................................... 245

canonisation(classical orders)..................................................................................................................................................... 234

cantilever................................................................................................................................................................................... 393

cantilevering roof........................................................................................................................................................................ 407

Cantor(fractal)............................................................................................................................................................................ 226

capability(internal)...................................................................................................................................................................... 374

capacity plan............................................................................................................................................................................. 173

capacity to adapt....................................................................................................................................................................... 395

capacity(conceptual)........................................................................................................................................................... 414; 415

capacity(heating)........................................................................................................................................................................ 334

capacity(installations)................................................................................................................................................................. 330

car industry............................................................................................................................................................................... 365

card(demonstration).................................................................................................................................................................... 130

care and service provision(logistics)............................................................................................................................................. 310

care centre................................................................................................................................................................................ 310

care(home)................................................................................................................................................................................ 310

carrier(appurtenance).................................................................................................................................................................. 349

carrier(equipment)...................................................................................................................................................................... 349

carrying structure....................................................................................................................................................................... 354

cars(accessibility)............................................................................................................................................................... 465; 468

Cartesian co-ordinates................................................................................................................................................................ 203

cartesian cross.......................................................................................................................................................................... 133

Cartesian grid............................................................................................................................................................................ 359

Cartesian(Plato)......................................................................................................................................................................... 478

cartography................................................................................................................................................................................. 74

cartoons.................................................................................................................................................................................... 460

case based studies.................................................................................................................................................................... 144

case studies.............................................................................................................................................................................. 277

case study.................................................................................................................................................................................. 20

case(defined(object, context))...................................................................................................................................................... 493

case(individual)............................................................................................................................................................................ 82

cases.............................................................................................................................................................................. 34; 79; 81

cases(design)............................................................................................................................................................................ 144

cases(individual)......................................................................................................................................................................... 220

Castells..................................................................................................................................................................................... 495

casuistry............................................................................................................................................................................... 34; 54

catalogue range of components................................................................................................................................................... 281

catalogues(electronic)................................................................................................................................................................. 380

categories................................................................................................................................................................................. 414

categories(pre-supposed)............................................................................................................................................................ 444

categorisation............................................................................................................................................................................ 104

category.................................................................................................................................................................................... 207

cathedral(gothic)........................................................................................................................................................................ 396

Catia......................................................................................................................................................................................... 380

Cauchy-sequence...................................................................................................................................................................... 226

causal connection...................................................................................................................................................................... 201

causal consistency.................................................................................................................................................................... 189

causal correctness..................................................................................................................................................................... 254

causal explanation(logical form)................................................................................................................................................... 200

causal explanations(logic)........................................................................................................................................................... 197

causal lines............................................................................................................................................................................... 181

causal pre-supposition................................................................................................................................................................ 195

causal relation........................................................................................................................................................................... 328

causal relations(intervention study).............................................................................................................................................. 328

causal relationship..................................................................................................................................................................... 207

causal relationship(series of actions, result).................................................................................................................................. 417

causal relationships(function)...................................................................................................................................................... 225

causal(logical)............................................................................................................................................................................ 448

causality..................................................................................................................................................................................... 27

causally.................................................................................................................................................................................... 443

cause............................................................................................................................................................................. 27; 48; 448

cause(complaint)........................................................................................................................................................................ 327

cause(immediate)....................................................................................................................................................................... 405

causes(possible) of complaints.................................................................................................................................................... 327

causing the problem(thought)...................................................................................................................................................... 327

CBD.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 495

CBS.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 258

ceiling(false).............................................................................................................................................................................. 332

cells.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 170

cellulose(isolation)...................................................................................................................................................................... 427

Centraal Beheer......................................................................................................................................................................... 395

Centraal Beheer building............................................................................................................................................................. 395

Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek............................................................................................................................................... 251

Centraal Planbureau................................................................................................................................................................... 251

central area(spacious)................................................................................................................................................................ 326

central hall(roofed)...................................................................................................................................................................... 326

Central Park.............................................................................................................................................................................. 188

central place theory(Christaller)................................................................................................................................................... 268

central staircase........................................................................................................................................................................ 424

central(space, mass).................................................................................................................................................................. 131

centralisation............................................................................................................................................................................. 105

centralised................................................................................................................................................................................. 105

centrally(localised(programme(quantity)))...................................................................................................................................... 215

centralspace(flanking)................................................................................................................................................................. 242

Centre for the Arts & Culture....................................................................................................................................................... 465

centre(city)................................................................................................................................................................................ 268

centre(old)................................................................................................................................................................................. 430

Céramique.......................................................................................................................................................................... 435; 439

certainty(pseudo(numbers))......................................................................................................................................................... 187

certification................................................................................................................................................................................ 365

Cesar Pelli Associates............................................................................................................................................................... 380

ceteris paribus............................................................................................................................................................. 204; 255; 447

ceteris paribus(incompleteness).................................................................................................................................................. 189

Cézanne.................................................................................................................................................................................... 399

CFD.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 334

chain(decision making)............................................................................................................................................................... 280

chalk and sketching paper.......................................................................................................................................................... 432

chalk(sketch)............................................................................................................................................................................. 429

chance...................................................................................................................................................................................... 253

chance density.......................................................................................................................................................................... 219

chance of an event..................................................................................................................................................................... 219

change...................................................................................................................................................................................... 447

change of abstraction................................................................................................................................................................. 190

change(succeeding values)......................................................................................................................................................... 226

changes(temperature)................................................................................................................................................................. 334

changing functions..................................................................................................................................................................... 277

changing requirements................................................................................................................................................................ 455

chaos........................................................................................................................................................................................ 413

chaos function.................................................................................................................................................................... 256; 257

chaos theory.............................................................................................................................................................................. 448

chapter(numbered)....................................................................................................................................................................... 43

chapters................................................................................................................................................................................ 43; 46

character(context(mean))............................................................................................................................................................ 255

characteristic details.................................................................................................................................................................. 445

characteristic(immeasurable)........................................................................................................................................................ 92

characteristic(spatial)................................................................................................................................................................. 408

characteristic(values(independently varying))................................................................................................................................. 447

characteristics(most positive and most negative)........................................................................................................................... 158

characteristics(nameable(verbal, denumerable, numerable, measurable))......................................................................................... 447

characteristics(spatial)................................................................................................................................................................ 131

Chareau.................................................................................................................................................................................... 394

charged(theme(surveying, watching, not seeing, overseeing))......................................................................................................... 476

charisma................................................................................................................................................................................... 295

Chartres...................................................................................................................................................................................... 67

Chartres Cathedral..................................................................................................................................................................... 401

Chavasse Park........................................................................................................................................................................... 364

checking moment....................................................................................................................................................................... 372

chemical glueconnection............................................................................................................................................................. 356

chess player.............................................................................................................................................................................. 410

chief designer............................................................................................................................................................................ 359

child's experiments..................................................................................................................................................................... 414

Chinese architecture(empty surfaces, circle, colour))..................................................................................................................... 420

Chinese community.................................................................................................................................................................... 419

Chinese sky-line........................................................................................................................................................................ 421

Chipperfield................................................................................................................................................................................ 473

choice(first)................................................................................................................................................................................ 473

choice(freedom).................................................................................................................................................................... 26; 500

choice(optimum)........................................................................................................................................................................ 297

choices(design).......................................................................................................................................................................... 109

choices(iterated)........................................................................................................................................................................ 296

choices(spatial architectural)....................................................................................................................................................... 155

choosing of forms......................................................................................................................................................................... 58

Christaller.................................................................................................................................................................................. 268

Christiaanse.............................................................................................................................................................................. 439

chronological reporting and accounting......................................................................................................................................... 361

chronology.................................................................................................................................................................................. 62

chronology(history)....................................................................................................................................................................... 62

church-yard............................................................................................................................................................................... 477

CIAM................................................................................................................................................................................... 69; 105

CIAM(functions(housing, employment, amenities, traffic))-classification........................................................................................... 266

CIB........................................................................................................................................................................................... 249

Ciftcioglu................................................................................................................................................................................... 377

cinema...................................................................................................................................................................................... 465

cinema room.............................................................................................................................................................................. 465

circle.......................................................................................................................................................................... 215; 420; 475

circle(shape(simple)).................................................................................................................................................................. 215

circle(triangle)............................................................................................................................................................................ 431

circuit(graph).............................................................................................................................................................................. 217

circular conference room............................................................................................................................................................. 424

circular design........................................................................................................................................................................... 479

circular reasoning(evaluation ex ante)........................................................................................................................................... 187

circular(cortumio(conspicio))........................................................................................................................................................ 481

circulation factor......................................................................................................................................................................... 269

circumference(programme(quantity))............................................................................................................................................ 215

circumscription(panorama).......................................................................................................................................................... 474

circumstances........................................................................................................................................................................... 473

circumstantial evidence............................................................................................................................................................... 137

citation........................................................................................................................................................................................ 43

cities in the delta........................................................................................................................................................................ 500

cities(independent, fields of influence).......................................................................................................................................... 498

cities(separate).......................................................................................................................................................................... 496

city building............................................................................................................................................................................... 435

city centre................................................................................................................................................................................. 268

city hall..................................................................................................................................................................................... 287

city map(composition(spatial), component(design))....................................................................................................................... 439

city shape models...................................................................................................................................................................... 438

city(form)............................................................................................................................................................................ 125; 126

city(founding)............................................................................................................................................................................. 474

city(planning(human achievement)).............................................................................................................................................. 491

city(river)................................................................................................................................................................................... 134

city-extension............................................................................................................................................................................ 121

Civil Code.................................................................................................................................................................................... 82

civil engineering.......................................................................................................................................................................... 279

civil liberties................................................................................................................................................................................. 79

clad.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 394

claddings................................................................................................................................................................................... 355

claddings(load-bearing construction)............................................................................................................................................ 280

claims(compensation).................................................................................................................................................................. 81

claims(suing)............................................................................................................................................................................... 80

clairvoyant moments................................................................................................................................................................... 459

class intervals............................................................................................................................................................................ 256

class logic................................................................................................................................................................................. 192

class(accuracy)......................................................................................................................................................................... 212

class(scale values)..................................................................................................................................................................... 154

classes(qualitative)..................................................................................................................................................................... 154

classical.................................................................................................................................................................................... 470

classical buildings...................................................................................................................................................................... 234

classical orders.......................................................................................................................................................................... 234

classical theatre......................................................................................................................................................................... 470

classicist................................................................................................................................................................................... 119

classification............................................................................................................................................................................... 35

classification boundaries............................................................................................................................................................. 220

classification of information, document processing.......................................................................................................................... 79

classification(buildings)............................................................................................................................................................... 342

classifying components.............................................................................................................................................................. 345

clean slate................................................................................................................................................................................. 390

cleaning windows....................................................................................................................................................................... 337

clear ground certificate................................................................................................................................................................. 81

clearing out associations............................................................................................................................................................ 393

cleavage in the area.................................................................................................................................................................... 430

cliché.................................................................................................................................................................. 389; 390; 395; 416

cliché(design(just beginning))...................................................................................................................................................... 408

clichés entrenched..................................................................................................................................................................... 406

client(analysis of buildings)......................................................................................................................................................... 118

client's information...................................................................................................................................................................... 275

Clima 2000................................................................................................................................................................................ 330

climate control.................................................................................................................................................................... 328; 330

climate control((installations, constructional facilities)(shape, architectural provisions))..................................................................... 330

climate controlled façade............................................................................................................................................................ 281

climate façade............................................................................................................................................................. 323; 423; 426

climate installations.................................................................................................................................................................... 330

climate(indoor)........................................................................................................................................................................... 330

closed and open......................................................................................................................................................................... 429

closed backside......................................................................................................................................................................... 429

closed building block.................................................................................................................................................................. 135

closed wall(transparant roof)........................................................................................................................................................ 285

closure of spaces......................................................................................................................................................................... 56

closure(perception)..................................................................................................................................................................... 241

clothing..................................................................................................................................................................................... 334

Club of Rome...................................................................................................................................................................... 182; 494

clues(lack)................................................................................................................................................................................. 145

clustered diffusion........................................................................................................................................................................ 37

clustering spaces....................................................................................................................................................................... 275

coarseness(drawing)................................................................................................................................................................... 211

code(end).................................................................................................................................................................................. 242

co-designers.............................................................................................................................................................................. 282

coding efficiency........................................................................................................................................................................ 244

coding of a floor plan................................................................................................................................................................... 242

coding operations....................................................................................................................................................................... 242

co-efficients............................................................................................................................................................................... 225

Coenen....................................................................................................................................................................... 365; 435; 439

cognitive studies of vision(parts, modules).................................................................................................................................... 235

cognitive-psychological................................................................................................................................................................. 58

coherence................................................................................................................................................................................... 60

coherence in our movements....................................................................................................................................................... 415

coherence(formal)....................................................................................................................................................................... 430

cohesion(system)....................................................................................................................................................................... 218

co-incidence.............................................................................................................................................................................. 416

co-incidence(historical)............................................................................................................................................................... 417

collaborative & concurrent engineering.......................................................................................................................................... 378

collaborative design.................................................................................................................................................................... 382

collaborative engineering............................................................................................................................................................. 379

collage............................................................................................................................................................................... 393; 402

collection of images.................................................................................................................................................................... 402

collective activities(research(design project based))....................................................................................................................... 141

collective garden........................................................................................................................................................................ 135

collective memory............................................................................................................................................................... 106; 402

collective outcome...................................................................................................................................................................... 296

collective space......................................................................................................................................................................... 135

collective welfare........................................................................................................................................................................ 300

colonies(Greek).......................................................................................................................................................................... 203

colonnade.................................................................................................................................................................................. 244

Colossal Pictures(film and television company)............................................................................................................................. 161

colour.................................................................................................................................................................... 95; 336; 391; 420

colour and texture(front).............................................................................................................................................................. 289

colour(context)........................................................................................................................................................................... 394

colour(possible).......................................................................................................................................................................... 208

colours...................................................................................................................................................................................... 394

colours(number(required))............................................................................................................................................................ 210

column............................................................................................................................................................................... 121; 392

column placed out of the façade.................................................................................................................................................. 324

column(detailing(form(pencil)(column(60cm), wall(25 cm))))............................................................................................................ 463

column(glass)............................................................................................................................................................................ 286

column(steel)............................................................................................................................................................................. 394

combination............................................................................................................................................................................... 417

combination of pieces................................................................................................................................................................. 391

combination of strategies............................................................................................................................................................ 296

combination of sub-solutions....................................................................................................................................................... 297

combination possibilities............................................................................................................................................................. 219

combinational explosion.............................................................................................................................................................. 295

combinations and quantities........................................................................................................................................................ 389

combinations possible................................................................................................................................................................ 341

combinations without repetition.................................................................................................................................................... 210

combinations(mathematics)........................................................................................................................................................ 210

combinations(parts).................................................................................................................................................................... 101

combinations(possible)............................................................................................................................................................... 219

combinatorial explosion.............................................................................................................................................................. 208

combinatorial geometry............................................................................................................................................................... 215

combinatoric explosion................................................................................................................................................................. 20

combinatorics..................................................................................................................................................................... 203; 207

combinatorics(applied)................................................................................................................................................................ 417

combinatorics(arrangement)........................................................................................................................................................ 208

combinatorics(variations)............................................................................................................................................................. 208

combinatory explosion................................................................................................................................................................ 303

combine or analyse(functions)..................................................................................................................................................... 448

combined.................................................................................................................................................................................. 340

combined controle...................................................................................................................................................................... 336

combined(components)............................................................................................................................................................... 347

combining.................................................................................................................................................................................. 430

combining sub-solution............................................................................................................................................................... 341

come-back of an idea................................................................................................................................................................. 290

comfort...................................................................................................................................................................................... 367

comfort and usage...................................................................................................................................................................... 330

comfort requirements.................................................................................................................................................................. 330

comic books.............................................................................................................................................................................. 245

comic strip................................................................................................................................................................................ 247

command(language)................................................................................................................................................................... 194

commercial development process................................................................................................................................................ 369

commercial facilities................................................................................................................................................................... 135

commission............................................................................................................................................................................... 465

commission(acquisition)...................................................................................................................................................... 427; 432

commission(disciplinary)............................................................................................................................................................. 473

commission(history)..................................................................................................................................................................... 65

commission(interpretation(top-down))........................................................................................................................................... 474

commission(interpretation).......................................................................................................................................................... 474

commission(national buildings service)......................................................................................................................................... 460

commission(professional, curiosity)............................................................................................................................................. 473

commission(without problem)...................................................................................................................................................... 473

commissioned studies................................................................................................................................................................ 329

commissioner............................................................................................................................................................................ 276

commissioner(history).................................................................................................................................................................. 65

commissioner(immaterial intentions(concrete pictures))................................................................................................................. 459

commissioner(presentations, wishes honoured, consistent building)............................................................................................... 470

commissioning(years)................................................................................................................................................................. 470

commitment.............................................................................................................................................................................. 296

common law................................................................................................................................................................................ 81

common object.......................................................................................................................................................................... 392

communicating the results.......................................................................................................................................................... 144

communicating vessels............................................................................................................................................................... 449

communicating(visual representations)......................................................................................................................................... 231

communication...................................................................................................................................................... 58; 281; 330; 378

communication with the commissioner(models, simple drawings)................................................................................................... 459

communication(checklist(frame(structure), route, space, place, element, orientation))...................................................................... 441

communication(exchange, relation).............................................................................................................................................. 306

communication(installations)....................................................................................................................................................... 337

communication(internal, framework)............................................................................................................................................. 364

communication(open)................................................................................................................................................................. 338

communication(platform)............................................................................................................................................................. 306

communication(professional discipline, culture, life-style)............................................................................................................... 305

communication(steerage)............................................................................................................................................................ 311

communicative function(methodology).......................................................................................................................................... 363

communicative function(urban design).......................................................................................................................................... 436

compact form of building............................................................................................................................................................. 170

compactness(code).................................................................................................................................................................... 243

comparability........................................................................................................................................................................ 92; 168

comparable................................................................................................................................................................. 20; 55; 57; 82

comparable buildings.................................................................................................................................................................. 250

comparable situations(rulings)....................................................................................................................................................... 82

comparable(design).................................................................................................................................................................... 141

comparable(designs).................................................................................................................................................................... 92

comparable(images)..................................................................................................................................................................... 28

comparable(size, usage, inhabitants composition)......................................................................................................................... 328

comparative analysis................................................................................................................................ 58; 123; 155; 277; 396; 455

comparative design based research............................................................................................................................................. 144

comparative floor-plan analysis.................................................................................................................................................... 155

comparative research.................................................................................................................................................................. 144

comparative studies.................................................................................................................................................................... 143

comparative study...................................................................................................................................................................... 165

compare...................................................................................................................................................................................... 55

compared(drawing)....................................................................................................................................................................... 29

comparing............................................................................................................................................................................ 60; 251

comparing(political options, design)............................................................................................................................................. 494

comparison................................................................................................................................................................. 102; 372; 396

comparison and selection........................................................................................................................................................... 484

comparison(criteria(drawings))....................................................................................................................................................... 29

comparison(designerly)............................................................................................................................................................... 145

comparison(ground)...................................................................................................................................................................... 91

comparison(previous cases).......................................................................................................................................................... 33

comparison(scale)...................................................................................................................................................................... 368

comparison(systematic).............................................................................................................................................................. 137

compartmentalisation................................................................................................................................................................. 336

compensation claims................................................................................................................................................................... 81

compensation principle............................................................................................................................................................... 300

competence(study)...................................................................................................................................................................... 28

competition................................................................................................................................................................................ 368

competition designs(prize-winning)............................................................................................................................................... 406

competition independent from production & execution.................................................................................................................... 359

competition on the marketplace................................................................................................................................................... 418

competition(design)............................................................................................................................................................. 141; 359

competition(potential)................................................................................................................................................................. 374

competition(states, city-regions).................................................................................................................................................. 500

competitiveness......................................................................................................................................................................... 358

compiled scorings...................................................................................................................................................................... 163

complaint(explanatory)................................................................................................................................................................ 327

complaints................................................................................................................................................................................. 327

complaints(influence(inhabitants)(climate control, shading installations, windows))........................................................................... 328

complaints(inner climate, behavioural aspects (lack of space, privacy, social contact))..................................................................... 151

complaints(possible causes)....................................................................................................................................................... 327

complaints(prevention)................................................................................................................................................................ 338

complaints(unexplained)............................................................................................................................................................. 327

complement............................................................................................................................................................................... 438

complete graph.......................................................................................................................................................................... 217

complete induction..................................................................................................................................................................... 191

completeness..................................................................................................................................................................... 189; 243

completeness(spatial, temporal).................................................................................................................................................. 189

completion................................................................................................................................................................................. 347

complex forms........................................................................................................................................................................... 379

complex numbers....................................................................................................................................................................... 226

complex(construction)................................................................................................................................................................ 408

complexity........................................................................................................................................................................... 95; 120

complexity in simple formulas..................................................................................................................................................... 406

complexity(number of elements).................................................................................................................................................. 240

complexity(parametric)............................................................................................................................................................... 242

complexity(perception)................................................................................................................................................................ 240

complexity(perceptual)................................................................................................................................................................ 240

complexity(reducing).................................................................................................................................................................. 141

component..................................................................................................................................................... 25; 279; 321; 433; 445

component design...................................................................................................................................................................... 279

component designer................................................................................................................................................................... 360

component designer serving the project architect.......................................................................................................................... 361

component developer.................................................................................................................................................................. 282

component development............................................................................................................................................................. 355

component of a building(purpose in society).................................................................................................................................. 405

component(building)............................................................................................................................................................ 286; 489

component(design)..................................................................................................................................................................... 439

component(elaboration(concept))................................................................................................................................................. 406

component(installation)............................................................................................................................................................... 333

component(load carrying)............................................................................................................................................................ 345

component(nominal radius(1/3 composition))................................................................................................................................ 445

components..................................................................................................................................................................... 12; 35; 36

components offered on the market............................................................................................................................................... 357

components(classifying)............................................................................................................................................................. 345

components(clusters)................................................................................................................................................................. 353

components(combined(connecting, joining, linking, coupling, fitting, interface))................................................................................ 347

components(custom).................................................................................................................................................................. 380

components(disparate)............................................................................................................................................................... 393

components(disregarded)............................................................................................................................................................ 190

components(focus)....................................................................................................................................................................... 42

components(individualisation)...................................................................................................................................................... 365

components(separating).............................................................................................................................................................. 345

composer(aesthetic)................................................................................................................................................................... 361

composer(musical)..................................................................................................................................................................... 360

composer(unable to play the piano).............................................................................................................................................. 408

composing at the keyboard......................................................................................................................................................... 408

composite................................................................................................................................................................................. 285

composition................................................................................................................................. 12; 87; 92; 108; 109; 125; 139; 440

com-position................................................................................................................................................................................ 94

composition analysis.................................................................................................................................................................. 445

composition principle.................................................................................................................................................................. 345

composition research................................................................................................................................................................. 139

composition research(design driven(types))................................................................................................................................... 137

composition( (components, details)(constellation, proportion))........................................................................................................ 445

composition(analysis)................................................................................................................................................................. 160

composition(components(means of design))................................................................................................................................. 433

composition(design elements(frame(structure), route, space, place, element, orientation)))............................................................... 441

composition(development, testing(reflection, selection, reduction, perfection)).................................................................................... 97

composition(feeling).................................................................................................................................................................... 430

composition(form(form))................................................................................................................................................................ 93

composition(formal).................................................................................................................................................................... 492

composition(history)..................................................................................................................................................................... 63

composition(knowledge, understanding.......................................................................................................................................... 96

composition(material)................................................................................................................................................................. 370

composition(original)(with well-know components)......................................................................................................................... 357

composition(scale-dependent)..................................................................................................................................................... 445

composition(spatial)................................................................................................................................................................... 128

composition(subsolutions)............................................................................................................................................................ 95

composition(triadic).................................................................................................................................................................... 237

composition(wedge(angular twist), circle(triangle))......................................................................................................................... 430

compositional aspects(architctural artefacts)................................................................................................................................ 144

compositional aspects(interplay)................................................................................................................................................... 99

compositional categories............................................................................................................................................................ 485

compositional means................................................................................................................................................................... 89

compositional task....................................................................................................................................................................... 35

compositional themes................................................................................................................................................................. 142

compositional variation................................................................................................................................................................ 141

computational fluid dynamics...................................................................................................................................................... 334

computational studies(proscriptive approach)................................................................................................................................ 246

computer............................................................................................................................................................................ 291; 432

computer aided design.......................................................................................................................................................... 21; 298

computer aided techniques........................................................................................................................................................... 97

computer applications(isolated problems)..................................................................................................................................... 231

computer drawings..................................................................................................................................................................... 477

computer floors.......................................................................................................................................................................... 337

computer model......................................................................................................................................................................... 275

computer models....................................................................................................................................................................... 333

computer programs.................................................................................................................................................................... 415

computer screen........................................................................................................................................................................ 411

computer screens heat load........................................................................................................................................................ 332

computer(administrative task)...................................................................................................................................................... 379

computer(ergonomics)................................................................................................................................................................ 232

computer(repetitive tasks)........................................................................................................................................................... 379

computer(sketches).................................................................................................................................................................... 287

computer-aided architectural design............................................................................................................................................. 234

computerisation(visual representations)........................................................................................................................................ 231

computing architects.................................................................................................................................................................. 364

concatenated techniques............................................................................................................................................................ 360

concave..................................................................................................................................................................................... 243

concavities(matched).................................................................................................................................................................. 243

concavity................................................................................................................................................................................... 243

conceivable developments........................................................................................................................................................... 162

concentrated.............................................................................................................................................................................. 105

concentrating(functions).............................................................................................................................................................. 324

concentration....................................................................................................................................................................... 40; 494

concentration(shopping centres).................................................................................................................................................. 268

concentric way(process)............................................................................................................................................................. 369

concept.................................................... 35; 87; 88; 90; 95; 107; 108; 109; 110; 287; 288; 340; 389; 406; 414; 416; 439; 443; 444; 460

concept defining........................................................................................................................................................................... 90

concept formation............................................................................................................................................................. 36; 89; 92

concept guides the elaboration.................................................................................................................................................... 406

concept may be a compass........................................................................................................................................................ 406

concept of freedom..................................................................................................................................................................... 491

concept(articulating an idea)........................................................................................................................................................ 405

concept(autonomous)................................................................................................................................................................. 408

concept(banana-concept)............................................................................................................................................................ 427

concept(commissioner)............................................................................................................................................................... 459

concept(concentrate the essence(conditions(task, site)))............................................................................................................... 405

concept(conditions to fulfill)......................................................................................................................................................... 411

concept(conditions).................................................................................................................................................................... 405

concept(consistent package of design ideas)................................................................................................................................ 438

concept(detailing)....................................................................................................................................................................... 460

concept(drawing)........................................................................................................................................................................ 423

concept(empirical)...................................................................................................................................................................... 190

concept(encompassing).............................................................................................................................................................. 306

concept(enduring structure(infill(changeable)))............................................................................................................................... 405

concept(exhibition).............................................................................................................................................................. 462; 473

concept(form).............................................................................................................................................................. 433; 436; 440

concept(formulating)................................................................................................................................................................... 309

concept(frame, grain).................................................................................................................................................................. 211

concept(geometrical).................................................................................................................................................................. 190

concept(history, spatial)............................................................................................................................................................... 63

concept(idea(discovery))............................................................................................................................................................. 405

concept(idea(layers)).................................................................................................................................................................. 405

concept(ideological basis, formal aspects).................................................................................................................................... 431

concept(interpretation)................................................................................................................................................................ 406

concept(metaphoric)................................................................................................................................................................... 109

concept(model(reality(future)))..................................................................................................................................................... 185

concept(new)............................................................................................................................................................................. 389

concept(organisation(tri-partition))................................................................................................................................................ 424

concept(outmoded)..................................................................................................................................................................... 389

concept(placed on the location)................................................................................................................................................... 424

concept(planners, designers)....................................................................................................................................................... 186

concept(planning)....................................................................................................................................................................... 186

concept(policy).......................................................................................................................................................................... 498

concept(pre-determined)............................................................................................................................................................... 89

concept(requirement).................................................................................................................................................................. 432

concept(scientifically verified)...................................................................................................................................................... 285

concept(sentence)...................................................................................................................................................................... 108

concept(space of the idea).......................................................................................................................................................... 405

concept(spatial(rough design))..................................................................................................................................................... 185

concept(spirit)............................................................................................................................................................................ 309

concept(theme).......................................................................................................................................................................... 108

concept(transformation, interpratation).......................................................................................................................................... 390

concept(type)............................................................................................................................................................................. 116

concept(underlying).................................................................................................................................................................... 406

concept(usage)................................................................................................................................................................... 324; 326

conception..................................................................................................................................................... 87; 100; 139; 185; 443

conception(design).............................................................................................................................................................. 297; 302

conception(elaboration)............................................................................................................................................................... 417

concepts............................................................................................................................................................................... 35; 36

concepts(formation).................................................................................................................................................................... 415

concepts(functional, experiential, ecological, decisional)................................................................................................................ 437

concepts(lack)............................................................................................................................................................................. 33

concepts(ordering)...................................................................................................................................................................... 429

concepts(overlapping)................................................................................................................................................................... 38

concepts(sticking)...................................................................................................................................................................... 303

conceptual (verbal, mathematical, spatial and mechanical models)................................................................................................. 183

conceptual capacity............................................................................................................................................................ 414; 415

conceptual capacity(pattern, process).......................................................................................................................................... 417

conceptual design...................................................................................................................................................................... 377

conceptual model....................................................................................................................................................................... 183

conceptual(pre).......................................................................................................................................................................... 473

concert hall................................................................................................................................................................................ 407

conclusion................................................................................................................................................................................. 329

conclusion(logical, causal).......................................................................................................................................................... 448

conclusion(premises(true)).......................................................................................................................................................... 191

concordance.............................................................................................................................................................................. 119

concrete.................................................................................................................................................................................... 395

concrete beams......................................................................................................................................................................... 464

concrete freedom....................................................................................................................................................................... 474

concrete model.......................................................................................................................................................................... 183

concrete walls(crude).................................................................................................................................................................. 392

concrete(abstract)...................................................................................................................................................................... 474

concrete(granulated)................................................................................................................................................................... 427

concurrent designing & engineering.............................................................................................................................................. 363

concurrent engineering................................................................................................................................................. 364; 378; 379

condensation(heterogeneities(air))................................................................................................................................................ 418

condensing(averages)................................................................................................................................................................. 219

condition................................................................................................................................................................... 21; 41; 48; 390

condition(future)......................................................................................................................................................................... 491

condition(hierarchy).................................................................................................................................................................... 280

condition(necessary).................................................................................................................................................................. 196

condition(sufficient)..................................................................................................................................................................... 196

condition(task, site).................................................................................................................................................................... 405

conditional analysis...................................................................................................................................................................... 41

conditional positioning.................................................................................................................................................................. 42

conditional sequence.................................................................................................................................................................. 254

conditionality........................................................................................................................................................................ 27; 260

conditionality(focus)..................................................................................................................................................................... 42

conditioning position(designer)..................................................................................................................................................... 434

conditioning(professional)............................................................................................................................................................ 473

conditions........................................................................................................................................................ 25; 56; 389; 411; 448

conditions for solutions............................................................................................................................................................... 443

conditions(circumstances).......................................................................................................................................................... 200

conditions(context)....................................................................................................................................................................... 41

conditions(controlled).................................................................................................................................................................. 328

conditions(fixing)........................................................................................................................................................................ 411

conditions(housing).................................................................................................................................................................... 165

conditions(implicit)..................................................................................................................................................................... 254

conditions(limiting)..................................................................................................................................................................... 339

conditions(pattern)...................................................................................................................................................................... 442

conditions(social)....................................................................................................................................................................... 309

conditions(task)......................................................................................................................................................................... 405

conditions(technical)................................................................................................................................................................... 254

conditions(varying)...................................................................................................................................................................... 209

cones........................................................................................................................................................................................ 487

conference room(circular)............................................................................................................................................................ 424

conference space....................................................................................................................................................................... 423

conferences............................................................................................................................................................................... 249

configuration....................................................................................................................................................................... 113; 114

configuration(overall)................................................................................................................................................................... 235

configuration(repetitive)............................................................................................................................................................... 244

configuration(selective mental aggegate)....................................................................................................................................... 236

configuration(spatial)................................................................................................................................................................... 153

configuration(symmetric tripartite)................................................................................................................................................ 242

configurations(dominant)............................................................................................................................................................. 244

configurations(on line)................................................................................................................................................................. 238

configurations(plan).................................................................................................................................................................... 133

confirmation................................................................................................................................................................................. 54

conflicting(interests and criteria).................................................................................................................................................. 378

conflicts(interest)........................................................................................................................................................................ 303

confrontational methods.............................................................................................................................................................. 340

confusion of observation standpoints............................................................................................................................................ 188

confusions(linguistic(spatial-temporal completeness, logical consistency, public urgency))............................................................... 189

congresses(international)............................................................................................................................................................ 330

congruency................................................................................................................................................................................ 216

conjunctions(strange(eclectic spirit))............................................................................................................................................ 239

connectedness................................................................................................................................................................... 439; 493

connecting................................................................................................................................................................................. 347

connecting element(exhibition space)........................................................................................................................................... 467

connecting factor(visual arts)....................................................................................................................................................... 470

connecting idea.......................................................................................................................................................................... 468

connecting lines......................................................................................................................................................................... 216

connecting technique.................................................................................................................................................................. 337

connecting(building parts)........................................................................................................................................................... 425

connection........................................................................................................................................................... 105; 316; 419; 441

connection detail(façade(weight, loadings), elevantion, installation)................................................................................................. 279

connection details...................................................................................................................................................................... 445

connection(cross)....................................................................................................................................................................... 133

connection(facts)........................................................................................................................................................................ 250

connection(number of kinds)........................................................................................................................................................ 345

connection(open)........................................................................................................................................................................ 326

connection(points)...................................................................................................................................................................... 441

connection(subsystem)............................................................................................................................................................... 281

connections............................................................................................................................................................................... 370

connections(glass, metal)........................................................................................................................................................... 286

connections(international)........................................................................................................................................................... 494

connections(multiple).................................................................................................................................................................. 217

connections(separations)............................................................................................................................................................ 368

connectivity(lost(mathematics))................................................................................................................................................... 205

connectivity(multi-level representations)........................................................................................................................................ 237

conregio............................................................................................................................................................................. 475; 480

conregio(projecting(directed diagram)).......................................................................................................................................... 476

consensus......................................................................................................................................................................... 302; 433

consensus(arrangements, appointments)..................................................................................................................................... 189

consequence........................................................................................................................................................................ 48; 390

consequence((potential, awareness)(design))................................................................................................................................ 491

consequences(desired, undesired)............................................................................................................................................... 159

consequences(not anticipated).................................................................................................................................................... 159

consequences(possible)............................................................................................................................................................. 162

consequences(probable)............................................................................................................................................................. 159

consequences(spatial)................................................................................................................................................................ 433

considerations(political or social)................................................................................................................................................. 430

consistencies............................................................................................................................................................................ 144

consistency of the design........................................................................................................................................................... 436

consistency(associations)........................................................................................................................................................... 476

consistency(causal)................................................................................................................................................................... 189

consistency(conception)............................................................................................................................................................. 443

consistency(incompleteness)...................................................................................................................................................... 189

consistency(logical).................................................................................................................................................................... 189

consistency(varying(increasing, decreasing))................................................................................................................................ 189

consistent (balanced) design....................................................................................................................................................... 437

consistent building..................................................................................................................................................................... 470

consistent(complete, not mutually excluding or overlapping, complementing)................................................................................... 438

consistent(data)......................................................................................................................................................................... 144

consistent(made)....................................................................................................................................................................... 189

consistent(themes)..................................................................................................................................................................... 485

conspicio.................................................................................................................................................................... 475; 476; 479

conspicio(playing the game)........................................................................................................................................................ 476

constant structures...................................................................................................................................................................... 56

constellation................................................................................................................................................................... 36; 90; 104

constellation(diagram, prototype)................................................................................................................................................. 445

constellations(urban).................................................................................................................................................................. 494

constraint.................................................................................................................................................................................. 291

constraint propagation................................................................................................................................................................ 238

constraint(budget, method of building, image)............................................................................................................................... 291

constraint(decisive(location, number of homes))............................................................................................................................ 432

constraint(iterative)..................................................................................................................................................................... 235

constraint(vital)........................................................................................................................................................................... 427

constraints.............................................................................................................................................. 95; 254; 300; 301; 302; 483

constraints(design)..................................................................................................................................................................... 485

constraints(local)........................................................................................................................................................................ 236

constraints(LP).......................................................................................................................................................................... 299

constraints(optimisation)............................................................................................................................................................. 221

constraints(programme)................................................................................................................................................................ 95

constraints(spatial)..................................................................................................................................................................... 236

constraints(workshop project)...................................................................................................................................................... 141

constrictions(zoning).................................................................................................................................................................. 424

constructed(clues)...................................................................................................................................................................... 145

construction.................................................................................................................................................................. 92; 396; 464

construction and function(idea).................................................................................................................................................... 408

construction and materialisation.................................................................................................................................................... 26

construction component.............................................................................................................................................................. 279

construction management........................................................................................................................................................... 417

construction material.................................................................................................................................................................. 341

construction of models................................................................................................................................................................ 415

construction planning(scale)........................................................................................................................................................ 279

construction technique................................................................................................................................................................ 321

construction time....................................................................................................................................................................... 342

construction(building).................................................................................................................................................................. 346

construction(elements(moving(doors, windows, walls))).................................................................................................................. 280

construction(elements)............................................................................................................................................................... 113

construction(existing)................................................................................................................................................................. 420

construction(floor)....................................................................................................................................................................... 343

construction(glass)..................................................................................................................................................................... 286

construction(hierarchy)............................................................................................................................................................... 279

construction(infrastructure).......................................................................................................................................................... 280

construction(life-span(scale))....................................................................................................................................................... 280

construction(load bearing)........................................................................................................................................................... 280

construction(load-bearing)........................................................................................................................................................... 339

construction(significance)............................................................................................................................................................ 325

construction(systems, subsystems, building parts, components, elements).................................................................................... 279

construction's influence on the form............................................................................................................................................. 396

constructions(finishing)............................................................................................................................................................... 331

constructions(load bearing).................................................................................................................................................. 331; 345

constructions(partition)............................................................................................................................................................... 331

construction-technical design...................................................................................................................................................... 321

constructive diagram................................................................................................................................................................... 440

constructivism............................................................................................................................................................................ 407

constructor................................................................................................................................................................................ 464

constructor(history)...................................................................................................................................................................... 65

constructor(ICT)......................................................................................................................................................................... 377

constructor(meeting)................................................................................................................................................................... 427

consultancy(software(building and planning))................................................................................................................................. 167

consultant(process).................................................................................................................................................................... 306

consultant's experience.............................................................................................................................................................. 275

consultants(analysis of buildings)................................................................................................................................................ 118

consulting companies................................................................................................................................................................. 335

consumer.................................................................................................................................................................................. 368

consumer inquiries..................................................................................................................................................................... 269

consumer(building)..................................................................................................................................................................... 357

consumer’s risk......................................................................................................................................................................... 212

consumer’s study....................................................................................................................................................................... 374

consumer’s test for housing........................................................................................................................................................ 163

consumer’s test(residential)........................................................................................................................................................ 165

consumer's law.......................................................................................................................................................................... 274

consumers(assertive).................................................................................................................................................................. 311

contact lens problems................................................................................................................................................................ 327

container aspect........................................................................................................................................................................ 391

contamination............................................................................................................................................................................ 337

contemplatio....................................................................................................................................................................... 474; 479

contemplatio(conregio, conspicio, cortumio)................................................................................................................................. 475

contemporary.............................................................................................................................................................................. 66

contemporary products............................................................................................................................................................... 143

content...................................................................................................................................................................................... 441

content analysis.......................................................................................................................................................................... 56

content of a design..................................................................................................................................................................... 437

content of a design(design levels)................................................................................................................................................ 434

content of an urban architectural plan(designing, ordering).............................................................................................................. 433

content(components, composition).............................................................................................................................................. 433

content(intrinsic quality of the objects of the environment in their context)........................................................................................ 441

content(process)........................................................................................................................................................................ 306

content(relation).................................................................................................................................................................. 305; 306

contents(table)............................................................................................................................................................................. 46

contest(design).......................................................................................................................................................................... 455

context............................................... 20; 21; 25; 38; 51; 98; 110; 172; 254; 287; 289; 358; 391; 394; 406; 416; 419; 423; 431; 449; 455

context of contemporary debate................................................................................................................................................... 143

context of factual originating(history).............................................................................................................................................. 64

context of invention...................................................................................................................................................................... 20

context of society....................................................................................................................................................................... 405

context of the object............................................................................................................................................................. 20; 443

context of the originating............................................................................................................................................................... 69

context relevant to its significance................................................................................................................................................. 12

context sensitive.................................................................................................................................................................... 20; 26

context varies............................................................................................................................................................................ 455

context(action)........................................................................................................................................................................... 305

context(assignment, programme of requirements)......................................................................................................................... 443

context(broader, history)............................................................................................................................................................... 67

context(conditions for solutions).................................................................................................................................................. 443

context(dislocations(design))....................................................................................................................................................... 418

context(economical)..................................................................................................................................................................... 91

context(educational)................................................................................................................................................................... 485

context(focus).............................................................................................................................................................................. 42

context(form)............................................................................................................................................................................... 89

context(functional use, history)...................................................................................................................................................... 64

context(history)............................................................................................................................................................................ 64

context(history, style)................................................................................................................................................................... 66

context(history, use).................................................................................................................................................................... 66

context(idea).............................................................................................................................................................................. 414

context(inventory)....................................................................................................................................................................... 443

context(learning)........................................................................................................................................................................ 338

context(liberating(object))............................................................................................................................................................ 493

context(location, performance criteria, pre-requisites, legislation, actors)......................................................................................... 456

context(management, culture,economy,technique,ecology,time,space)............................................................................................ 38

context(material, social)............................................................................................................................................................... 90

context(object)............................................................................................................................................................ 443; 455; 493

context(optimisation).................................................................................................................................................................. 221

context(original).................................................................................................................................................................... 67; 393

context(perception)..................................................................................................................................................................... 443

context(significance, history))........................................................................................................................................................ 67

context(situation, site, programme of requirements)........................................................................................................................ 89

context(social)............................................................................................................................................................................. 57

context(style).............................................................................................................................................................................. 64

context(system of significations XE "signification(context)" , field, paradigm)................................................................................... 400

context(technical)........................................................................................................................................................................ 91

context(urban architecture).................................................................................................................................................. 424; 459

context(urban)............................................................................................................................................................. 288; 289; 427

context-dependent local problems................................................................................................................................................ 448

context-independent................................................................................................................................................................... 368

contexts...................................................................................................................................................................................... 20

contexts of assessment.............................................................................................................................................................. 399

contexts(future).......................................................................................................................................................................... 251

context-sensitive........................................................................................................................................................................ 449

contextual scheme(scale, aspect(social, physical))....................................................................................................................... 263

contextuality of ‘general’ statements............................................................................................................................................ 447

continental Europe..................................................................................................................................................................... 414

continuation(perception).............................................................................................................................................................. 241

continuous language of forms...................................................................................................................................................... 326

continuousness.......................................................................................................................................................................... 215

contours of the design solution.................................................................................................................................................... 437

contract................................................................................................................................................................................. 81; 83

contract(European)..................................................................................................................................................................... 427

contract(one sheet A3)............................................................................................................................................................... 427

contract(standard)........................................................................................................................................................................ 81

contracted graph........................................................................................................................................................................ 217

contraction................................................................................................................................................................................ 217

contractor(analysis of buildings)................................................................................................................................................... 118

contractor(ICT)........................................................................................................................................................................... 377

contradiction.............................................................................................................................................................................. 194

contrast............................................................................................................................................................................. 110; 418

contrast and order........................................................................................................................................................................ 95

contrast scenarios...................................................................................................................................................................... 259

contrast(perception).................................................................................................................................................................... 241

contrasts in the appearance........................................................................................................................................................ 336

control functions......................................................................................................................................................................... 229

control hierarchies...................................................................................................................................................................... 380

control population....................................................................................................................................................................... 328

control(personal(physical systems(heating, ventilation)))................................................................................................................ 170

controlled on-site........................................................................................................................................................................ 281

convalescent home..................................................................................................................................................................... 310

convenience............................................................................................................................................................................... 108

convention................................................................................................................................................................................. 291

convergence of ideas.................................................................................................................................................................. 260

convergence phase..................................................................................................................................................................... 339

convex...................................................................................................................................................................................... 243

convexity/concavity.................................................................................................................................................................... 235

cook......................................................................................................................................................................................... 417

cooling capacity......................................................................................................................................................................... 334

co-operate................................................................................................................................................................................. 296

co-operation....................................................................................................................................................................... 296; 436

co-operation(enforcement(central, commitment))........................................................................................................................... 296

co-operative behaviour................................................................................................................................................................. 296

co-ordinate organisation(Euclidean).............................................................................................................................................. 244

co-ordinate system..................................................................................................................................................................... 473

co-ordinated levels(multiple)(network of elements(top))................................................................................................................... 238

co-ordinates(Cartesian)............................................................................................................................................................... 203

co-ordinating devices.................................................................................................................................................................. 237

co-ordinating devices(relationships and constraints(legal codes and regulations, professional knowledge(internet)))............................. 238

co-ordinating devices(visual processes)........................................................................................................................................ 235

co-ordination.............................................................................................................................................................................. 415

co-ordination and integration........................................................................................................................................................ 359

co-ordination and integration (Building)......................................................................................................................................... 117

co-ordination constraints............................................................................................................................................................. 236

co-ordination devices.................................................................................................................................................................. 237

co-ordination(modular)......................................................................................................................................................... 345; 347

Copenhagen.............................................................................................................................................................................. 473

co-producers.............................................................................................................................................................................. 282

copy......................................................................................................................................................................................... 113

copy(history)............................................................................................................................................................................... 66

copying from an example............................................................................................................................................................ 443

Corbusier................................................................................. 59; 92; 108; 109; 118; 121; 126; 144; 152; 214; 392; 393; 401; 477; 481

core business............................................................................................................................................................................ 374

core competence(charting).......................................................................................................................................................... 373

core(building components).......................................................................................................................................................... 489

corner(space)(linking)................................................................................................................................................................. 235

corners(straight)......................................................................................................................................................................... 204

corporate identity................................................................................................................................................................ 273; 324

correctness(history)..................................................................................................................................................................... 62

correlation................................................................................................................................................................................. 207

correspondence(causal working(probability))................................................................................................................................. 204

correspondence(conditional working(possibility))........................................................................................................................... 204

correspondence(set)................................................................................................................................................................... 204

correspondence(working)............................................................................................................................................................ 204

corridors.................................................................................................................................................................................... 289

corridors(dimensioning)............................................................................................................................................................... 218

cortumio............................................................................................................................................................................. 475; 480

cortumio(judgement(signs, template))........................................................................................................................................... 476

cosiness..................................................................................................................................................................................... 56

cost.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 455

cost and benefits........................................................................................................................................................................ 299

cost control............................................................................................................................................................................... 333

cost-effective.............................................................................................................................................................................. 368

cost-effective design................................................................................................................................................................... 275

costing calculation..................................................................................................................................................................... 466

costing projections..................................................................................................................................................................... 309

costing(estimate)....................................................................................................................................................................... 465

cost-quality test......................................................................................................................................................................... 149

costs........................................................................................................................................................................................ 342

costs per cell(prison).................................................................................................................................................................. 171

costs(assessment)..................................................................................................................................................................... 372

costs(development).................................................................................................................................................................... 281

costs(initial building)................................................................................................................................................................... 167

costs(investment)....................................................................................................................................................................... 167

costs(life cycle).......................................................................................................................................................................... 167

costs(running)............................................................................................................................................................................ 167

Council of State........................................................................................................................................................................... 82

counselling method.................................................................................................................................................................... 102

countable.................................................................................................................................................................................. 448

counter-example................................................................................................................................................................. 195; 198

counter-intuitive(geometry).......................................................................................................................................................... 215

counting(double)................................................................................................................................................................. 205; 206

counting(equality(supposition)).................................................................................................................................................... 205

counting(numbering(serial))......................................................................................................................................................... 205

counts....................................................................................................................................................................................... 207

coupling.................................................................................................................................................................................... 347

course of the sun....................................................................................................................................................................... 475

courses and headers.................................................................................................................................................................. 119

Court of Justice............................................................................................................................................................................ 82

court(enclosure)......................................................................................................................................................................... 477

court(urban inner)....................................................................................................................................................................... 135

courts....................................................................................................................................................................................... 115

covenant on the future(conspicio)................................................................................................................................................. 475

cover........................................................................................................................................................................................... 43

cover the streets........................................................................................................................................................................ 325

covering objectives..................................................................................................................................................................... 371

CPB.................................................................................................................................................................................. 259; 497

CPB scenarios........................................................................................................................................................................... 259

crack branching......................................................................................................................................................................... 285

crack growth.............................................................................................................................................................................. 285

cracking behaviour...................................................................................................................................................................... 285

crack-width................................................................................................................................................................................ 212

cramped blueprints..................................................................................................................................................................... 166

cranes(building).......................................................................................................................................................................... 342

create a need............................................................................................................................................................................. 368

creating as a philosophical category............................................................................................................................................ 478

creating designs......................................................................................................................................................................... 300

creating(Christian version)........................................................................................................................................................... 479

creating(design)......................................................................................................................................................................... 478

creating(divine game(human mode(inventing)))............................................................................................................................... 479

creating(doing)........................................................................................................................................................................... 473

creating(mythological figures)...................................................................................................................................................... 479

creating(poièsis, technè, praxis).................................................................................................................................................. 478

creating(questions)..................................................................................................................................................................... 473

creating(spontaneity, edge(possible(randomness, determinism), real))............................................................................................ 474

creation(game)........................................................................................................................................................................... 474

creation(problem)....................................................................................................................................................................... 473

creative conceptual capacity....................................................................................................................................................... 416

creative conceptual capacity(expressionism, impressionism)......................................................................................................... 418

creative conceptual capacity(goal-oriented, means-oriented)........................................................................................................... 418

creative conceptual capacity(homogeneity, autogeneity, heterogeneity)........................................................................................... 418

creative conceptual capacity(idealism, realism(relativism))............................................................................................................. 418

creative conceptual capacity(projection, identification)................................................................................................................... 418

creative conceptual capacity(rationalism, empirism)...................................................................................................................... 418

creative design(computer)........................................................................................................................................................... 379

creative disciplines..................................................................................................................................................................... 479

creative factor(co-incidence)........................................................................................................................................................ 416

creative imagination(spontaneity within structures and rules).......................................................................................................... 474

creative imaging........................................................................................................................................................................... 96

creative methods........................................................................................................................................................................ 371

creative organisation..................................................................................................................................................................... 95

creative phase............................................................................................................................................................................ 340

creative products(personal events, anecdotes, passion, urge for survival)......................................................................................... 419

creative solutions(method)........................................................................................................................................................... 340

creative(artistic logical)............................................................................................................................................................... 100

creative(imaginative rational)........................................................................................................................................................ 100

creativity....................................................................................................................................................... 340; 389; 413; 416; 437

creativity centre.......................................................................................................................................................................... 465

creativity(combination, rejection generally accepted pre-suppositions)............................................................................................. 417

creativity(designer’s)(support(representation(computerised))).......................................................................................................... 236

creativity(fixed, open-ended)........................................................................................................................................................ 396

creativity(improvising).................................................................................................................................................................. 481

creativity(result(pattern), action(process))..................................................................................................................................... 417

creativity(rules)........................................................................................................................................................................... 474

creativity(structure)..................................................................................................................................................................... 474

creativity(transformation(meaning))............................................................................................................................................... 394

criminality(amenities).................................................................................................................................................................. 267

criteria............................................................................................................................................................................... 101; 343

criteria(accessible)..................................................................................................................................................................... 371

criteria(aesthetic)....................................................................................................................................................................... 307

criteria(assessment)................................................................................................................................................................... 365

criteria(decision)......................................................................................................................................................................... 294

criteria(development)................................................................................................................................................................... 165

criteria(evaluation)...................................................................................................................................................................... 163

criteria(norms(objectives(values).................................................................................................................................................. 254

criteria(operational)..................................................................................................................................................................... 371

criteria(ordinal)........................................................................................................................................................................... 370

criteria(redundant)...................................................................................................................................................................... 371

criteria(scientific).......................................................................................................................................................................... 12

criteria(self-imposed(students)).................................................................................................................................................... 396

criteria(significant(expected))....................................................................................................................................................... 159

criteria(taste)............................................................................................................................................................................... 96

criteria(valid).............................................................................................................................................................................. 371

criteria(verbal)............................................................................................................................................................................ 370

critical................................................................................................................................................................................. 22; 494

critical idealism.......................................................................................................................................................................... 414

critical scientific study................................................................................................................................................................ 155

critical uncertainties................................................................................................................................................................... 162

critical, contemplative science..................................................................................................................................................... 307

critical-path method.................................................................................................................................................................... 218

criticism................................................................................................................................................................................ 33; 52

criticism process........................................................................................................................................................................ 307

criticism(articulated)................................................................................................................................................................... 309

criticism(functionalistic design).................................................................................................................................................... 125

criticism(history, style)................................................................................................................................................................. 62

criticism(invitation)...................................................................................................................................................................... 305

criticism(literature)....................................................................................................................................................................... 68

criticism(plan)............................................................................................................................................................................ 125

criticism(typological)................................................................................................................................................................... 103

critique........................................................................................................................................................................................ 52

critique of architecture.................................................................................................................................................................. 69

critique(process)........................................................................................................................................................................ 306

cross........................................................................................................................................................................................ 475

cross bond(brick)....................................................................................................................................................................... 120

cross referencing........................................................................................................................................................................ 145

cross section of the collection..................................................................................................................................................... 402

cross(cartesian)......................................................................................................................................................................... 133

cross-breeding(mental)............................................................................................................................................................... 405

cross-connection........................................................................................................................................................................ 133

crossing(node)........................................................................................................................................................................... 218

cross-references.......................................................................................................................................................................... 11

cross-referencing........................................................................................................................................................................ 143

cross-section....................................................................................................................................................... 287; 289; 465; 476

cross-section(urban space)......................................................................................................................................................... 431

cross-section(vertical fitting)........................................................................................................................................................ 467

cross-type................................................................................................................................................................................. 170

Crouwel.............................................................................................................................................................................. 357; 465

crucial details............................................................................................................................................................................ 446

crude concrete walls................................................................................................................................................................... 392

Cruyff........................................................................................................................................................................................ 419

crystal(growing(dislocation in its grid)).......................................................................................................................................... 189

crystal(growing).......................................................................................................................................................................... 119

crystal(growth(imperfection))........................................................................................................................................................ 418

crystalline structure.................................................................................................................................................................... 285

CSCW...................................................................................................................................................................................... 378

cube......................................................................................................................................................................................... 487

cube(graph)............................................................................................................................................................................... 217

cubic content............................................................................................................................................................................. 227

Cullen................................................................................................................................................................................ 439; 441

cultural climate............................................................................................................................................................................ 96

cultural developments................................................................................................................................................................. 141

cultural facilities......................................................................................................................................................................... 499

cultural identity................................................................................................................................................................... 494; 500

cultural landscape...................................................................................................................................................................... 131

cultural minority......................................................................................................................................................................... 420

cultural phenomena(ordering)....................................................................................................................................................... 474

cultural poverty........................................................................................................................................................................... 172

cultural pre-suppositions............................................................................................................................................................. 200

cultural pre-suppositions(models)................................................................................................................................................. 181

cultural scenarios....................................................................................................................................................................... 259

cultural sensitivity....................................................................................................................................................................... 358

culture................................................................................................................................................................................. 97; 254

culture and nature...................................................................................................................................................................... 110

culture of architectural design...................................................................................................................................................... 250

culture(changing(conditions, values))............................................................................................................................................ 389

culture(making into a place(non-place))........................................................................................................................................ 474

culture(pre-suppositions)............................................................................................................................................................. 416

Cuperus...................................................................................................................................................................... 263; 279; 345

cupola....................................................................................................................................................................................... 170

curiosity...................................................................................................................................................................... 396; 401; 473

current state.............................................................................................................................................................................. 372

curtains..................................................................................................................................................................................... 336

curvature(negative)...................................................................................................................................................................... 243

curve fitting................................................................................................................................................................................ 253

curve surfaces............................................................................................................................................................................ 487

curve(moving and rotating)........................................................................................................................................................... 487

curved aluminium panels............................................................................................................................................................. 364

curved avenue............................................................................................................................................................................ 424

curved form................................................................................................................................................................................ 430

curved lines and surfaces............................................................................................................................................................ 487

curved road................................................................................................................................................................................ 423

curved surfaces.......................................................................................................................................................................... 364

curved surfaces(freely(single, double)).......................................................................................................................................... 487

curves(logistical)........................................................................................................................................................................ 229

curving in opposite directions....................................................................................................................................................... 488

curving in the same direction....................................................................................................................................................... 488

custom...................................................................................................................................................................................... 293

custom components................................................................................................................................................................... 380

custom manufacturing................................................................................................................................................................ 380

custom production...................................................................................................................................................................... 380

cut through................................................................................................................................................................................ 217

cut-out space............................................................................................................................................................................. 475

cutting out(tem).......................................................................................................................................................................... 475

Cuypers.................................................................................................................................................................................... 118

cycle of experience, action, experience........................................................................................................................................ 415

cycle(nested)............................................................................................................................................................................. 444

cycles(graph theory)................................................................................................................................................................... 217

cyclic processes.......................................................................................................................................................................... 58

cyclical network......................................................................................................................................................................... 218

cyclical(buiding process)............................................................................................................................................................. 272

cyclists..................................................................................................................................................................................... 316

cylinder..................................................................................................................................................................................... 489

cylindrical core........................................................................................................................................................................... 489

Daedalus................................................................................................................................................................................... 476

Daedalus(technè(architect, engineer, artist, inventor, maker))......................................................................................................... 479

Dalbet....................................................................................................................................................................................... 394

Damrak..................................................................................................................................................................................... 123

Dapper neighbourhood................................................................................................................................................................ 127

data.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 339

data based design...................................................................................................................................................................... 169

data collection........................................................................................................................................................................... 155

data communication installations(vision of the future)..................................................................................................................... 337

data designstage........................................................................................................................................................................ 333

data from the site....................................................................................................................................................................... 444

data mining................................................................................................................................................................................ 382

data of several researchers.......................................................................................................................................................... 334

data used(quality)....................................................................................................................................................................... 161

data(aggregated).......................................................................................................................................................................... 55

data(available)............................................................................................................................................................................ 333

data(design)............................................................................................................................................................................... 145

data(fixed)................................................................................................................................................................................. 300

data(free)................................................................................................................................................................................... 300

data(history, contextual)............................................................................................................................................................... 62

data(interpretation)..................................................................................................................................................................... 138

database............................................................................................................................................................................ 205; 334

database(interface(description(performance)))............................................................................................................................... 351

databases with reference projects................................................................................................................................................ 172

databases(linguistic).................................................................................................................................................................... 49

dating........................................................................................................................................................................................ 128

dating(history).............................................................................................................................................................................. 62

daylight.............................................................................................................................................................................. 122; 335

daylight and view........................................................................................................................................................................ 325

daylight in the auditorium............................................................................................................................................................ 467

day-light studies......................................................................................................................................................................... 421

daylight(façade).......................................................................................................................................................................... 425

daylight(optimising(reflecting strips))............................................................................................................................................ 426

daylighting................................................................................................................................................................................. 331

De Drie Hoven............................................................................................................................................................................ 395

De Stijl........................................................................................................................................................................................ 89

DE Wijk.................................................................................................................................................................................... 313

dead end............................................................................................................................................................................ 432; 470

dead ends................................................................................................................................................................................. 387

dead weight............................................................................................................................................................................... 280

deadline.................................................................................................................................................................................... 291

dealing room....................................................................................................................................................................... 497; 498

debatable.................................................................................................................................................................................. 496

debate........................................................................................................................................................................................ 12

debate(attack)............................................................................................................................................................................. 13

debate(contradiction).................................................................................................................................................................... 14

debate(counter-example).............................................................................................................................................................. 13

debate(defensible).................................................................................................................................................................. 13; 14

debate(Do you agree with me that…?............................................................................................................................................ 14

debate(Do you mean, by this proposition, that…?).......................................................................................................................... 13

debate(fair).................................................................................................................................................................................. 13

debate(foundation(communal))....................................................................................................................................................... 14

debate(interpretation(implausible))................................................................................................................................................. 13

debate(new specification).............................................................................................................................................................. 14

debate(proposition(explaining))...................................................................................................................................................... 13

debate(proposition(more general)).................................................................................................................................................. 14

debate(proposition(specifying))...................................................................................................................................................... 14

debate(proposition)....................................................................................................................................................................... 13

debate(return to his reservation)..................................................................................................................................................... 14

debate(scientific).......................................................................................................................................................................... 23

debate(social)............................................................................................................................................................................ 307

debate(talking at cross-purposes).................................................................................................................................................. 13

debate(tasks(division)).................................................................................................................................................................. 13

debate(Was the specified proposition actually what you meant?)...................................................................................................... 14

debates(television)....................................................................................................................................................................... 13

debris of the demolition............................................................................................................................................................... 323

decentralised............................................................................................................................................................................. 105

decimal numerals(Arabic)............................................................................................................................................................ 232

decision areas(interconnected, analysis)...................................................................................................................................... 371

decision as to spatial planning..................................................................................................................................................... 435

decision control(open, democratic)............................................................................................................................................... 168

decision criteria.......................................................................................................................................................................... 294

decision making............................................................................................................................................................ 59; 309; 433

decision making(chain)............................................................................................................................................................... 280

decision making(democratic)....................................................................................................................................................... 299

decision making(design)............................................................................................................................................................. 140

decision making(levels)............................................................................................................................................................... 347

decision procedures(personal positioning, collective evaluation)...................................................................................................... 498

decision process................................................................................................................................................................. 124; 496

decision process(leaps).............................................................................................................................................................. 357

decision support......................................................................................................................................................................... 378

decision support systems..................................................................................................................................... 160; 378; 382; 497

decision to execute.................................................................................................................................................................... 443

decision variables....................................................................................................................................................................... 301

decision(design).......................................................................................................................................................... 151; 237; 360

decision(go / no go).................................................................................................................................................................... 374

decisional(concept).................................................................................................................................................................... 437

decision-makers......................................................................................................................................................................... 293

decision-making.......................................................................................................................................................... 293; 378; 443

decision-making process(agenda)................................................................................................................................................ 446

decision-making process(political)............................................................................................................................................... 307

decisionmaking(methods)........................................................................................................................................................... 496

decision-making(multi-party)........................................................................................................................................................ 303

decisions(better, quicker(Deltametropolis))................................................................................................................................... 496

decisions(design)....................................................................................................................................................................... 346

decisions(human)....................................................................................................................................................................... 492

decisions(intuitive)...................................................................................................................................................................... 356

decisions(rational basis)............................................................................................................................................................. 167

decisive constraint...................................................................................................................................................................... 432

decisive constraints.................................................................................................................................................................... 470

decisive idea(tri-partition(organisation))......................................................................................................................................... 427

decisive(ideas)........................................................................................................................................................................... 440

declarative function..................................................................................................................................................................... 205

decline(neighbourhood)............................................................................................................................................................... 164

de-cohesion............................................................................................................................................................................... 285

decompose the design................................................................................................................................................................ 100

decomposing............................................................................................................................................................................. 101

decomposition............................................................................................................................................................... 58; 102; 129

decomposition analysis.............................................................................................................................................................. 133

decomposition method........................................................................................................................................................ 439; 440

decomposition rules................................................................................................................................................................... 233

decomposition(deterministic)....................................................................................................................................................... 244

decomposition(geons)................................................................................................................................................................. 243

decomposition-analysis.............................................................................................................................................................. 133

de-concentrated......................................................................................................................................................................... 105

deconcentration......................................................................................................................................................................... 494

deconstructed............................................................................................................................................................................ 414

décor(office, living-room, bathroom).............................................................................................................................................. 156

décor(psychology(consultation, examination))............................................................................................................................... 156

decorative elements.................................................................................................................................................................... 113

decree(building)........................................................................................................................................................................... 80

deduction............................................................................................................................................................. 194; 199; 200; 250

deduction(logical form)................................................................................................................................................................ 200

deductive................................................................................................................................................................................... 191

deductive form(reasoning)............................................................................................................................................................ 369

deductive stage.......................................................................................................................................................................... 128

deductive sub-process................................................................................................................................................................ 371

defect........................................................................................................................................................................................ 296

defence(water)........................................................................................................................................................................... 134

Défense, La............................................................................................................................................................................... 446

defensive character..................................................................................................................................................................... 324

deficits(housing, symptoms)........................................................................................................................................................ 167

define.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 55

defined concept.......................................................................................................................................................................... 190

defining....................................................................................................................................................................................... 39

definition......................................................................................................................................................................... 33; 42; 447

deflections................................................................................................................................................................................. 342

deformation(topological).............................................................................................................................................................. 216

deformations.............................................................................................................................................................................. 379

degree(nodes(graph theory))........................................................................................................................................................ 216

Delaunay................................................................................................................................................................................... 390

Delft................................................................................................................................................................................... 166; 329

Delft Media Group...................................................................................................................................................................... 142

Delftish stuff(reasoning)............................................................................................................................................................... 421

delivery of stage props................................................................................................................................................................ 465

Delivery(Just in Time).................................................................................................................................................................. 350

delphi method............................................................................................................................................................................ 260

delta......................................................................................................................................................................................... 131

delta landscape.......................................................................................................................................................................... 500

delta way(designers, engineers)................................................................................................................................................... 492

Deltametropolis................................................................................................................................................................... 492; 498

Deltametropolis declaration......................................................................................................................................................... 496

Deltametropolis(association(cities, chambers of commerce, waterboards, farmers’ associations, associations for monuments of nature, national recreational association, housing corporations, employers association of Holland, transport company)).............................................................................. 498

Deltametropolis(declaration)........................................................................................................................................................ 498

Deltametropolis(market-situation(European Union))........................................................................................................................ 500

Deltametropolis(metaphor(connectedness, inter-action))................................................................................................................ 493

demand for movement................................................................................................................................................................. 335

demand requirements................................................................................................................................................................. 283

demand side.............................................................................................................................................................................. 355

demand(offices).......................................................................................................................................................................... 267

demand(parties(desires, preferences, expectations, goals))............................................................................................................ 152

demands(future)......................................................................................................................................................................... 378

demands(increased)................................................................................................................................................................... 309

demands(tailored)....................................................................................................................................................................... 284

demands(use)............................................................................................................................................................................ 330

democratic decision control......................................................................................................................................................... 168

democratic decision making........................................................................................................................................................ 299

demolishing(life-span(end)).......................................................................................................................................................... 323

demolition and building anew....................................................................................................................................................... 323

demolition(on site)........................................................................................................................................................................ 81

demonstration card..................................................................................................................................................................... 130

demystification(representation).................................................................................................................................................... 246

Denmark................................................................................................................................................................................... 482

density models.......................................................................................................................................................................... 438

density(increasing(nearing centre))............................................................................................................................................... 430

dents........................................................................................................................................................................................ 236

denumerable.............................................................................................................................................................................. 447

denumerable spatial or temporal order.......................................................................................................................................... 448

Department of Administrative Jurisdiction....................................................................................................................................... 82

department(survey)..................................................................................................................................................................... 372

departments(organisation)........................................................................................................................................................... 372

departure-point........................................................................................................................................................................... 405

dependant variable....................................................................................................................................................................... 48

dependence on location.............................................................................................................................................................. 367

dependent on context and location............................................................................................................................................... 368

deprivation(sensory).................................................................................................................................................................... 413

deprogramming.......................................................................................................................................................................... 128

depth(design)............................................................................................................................................................................. 141

deregulating............................................................................................................................................................................... 350

deregulation................................................................................................................................................................................. 84

derived function................................................................................................................................................................... 227; 228

Derrida...................................................................................................................................................................................... 414

Descartes................................................................................................................................................................... 216; 414; 418

describe(analysis of buildings)..................................................................................................................................................... 117

describing study.......................................................................................................................................................................... 11

description................................................................................................................................................................ 11; 33; 53; 240

description(abstract)................................................................................................................................................................... 351

description(analysis of buildings)................................................................................................................................................. 118

description(explicit, expressive)................................................................................................................................................... 173

description(formal, functional)........................................................................................................................................................ 33

description(logical form).............................................................................................................................................................. 200

description(process)..................................................................................................................................................................... 33

description(representation).......................................................................................................................................................... 232

descriptions(alternative).............................................................................................................................................................. 232

descriptive documentation........................................................................................................................................................... 143

descriptive geometry................................................................................................................................................................... 215

descriptive methods.................................................................................................................................................................... 144

descriptive model....................................................................................................................................................................... 184

descriptive research....................................................................................................................................................... 53; 138; 141

design........................................................................................................................................................ 12; 19; 87; 255; 491; 492

design ‘on its own merit’............................................................................................................................................................. 173

design action(firs)t...................................................................................................................................................................... 432

design action(first(urban model, programme of requirements))......................................................................................................... 459

design actions(nameable, sequence(productive))........................................................................................................................... 418

design activities............................................................................................................................................................. 35; 101; 355

design activity............................................................................................................................................................................ 139

design activity driven research..................................................................................................................................................... 140

design activity(aims)..................................................................................................................................................................... 95

design activity(conception).......................................................................................................................................................... 443

design aids................................................................................................................................................................................ 379

design analysis(normative rule based, generative(sequence of design actions))................................................................................ 245

design and build......................................................................................................................................................................... 272

design and decision-making tools(quality/cost asessment(levels(scale)))......................................................................................... 167

design and research..................................................................................................................................................................... 97

design artefact driven research.................................................................................................................................................... 143

design assessment.................................................................................................................................................................... 365

design assignment..................................................................................................................................................................... 159

design attributes........................................................................................................................................................................ 101

design based research................................................................................................................................................................ 140

design capability(engineer, artist)................................................................................................................................................. 360

design cases............................................................................................................................................................................. 144

design choices........................................................................................................................................................................... 109

design communication................................................................................................................................................................ 101

design competition.............................................................................................................................................................. 141; 359

design conception............................................................................................................................................................... 297; 302

design constraints...................................................................................................................................................................... 485

design contest........................................................................................................................................................................... 455

design data................................................................................................................................................................................ 145

design data(drawings, models, written information)........................................................................................................................ 143

design data(intermediate)............................................................................................................................................................ 143

design decision......................................................................................................................... 34; 143; 151; 237; 360; 436; 443; 464

design decision making.............................................................................................................................................................. 140

design decision(arguments)......................................................................................................................................................... 161

design decision(history)................................................................................................................................................................ 70

design decision(risky)................................................................................................................................................................. 338

design decision(without empirical evidence).................................................................................................................................... 20

design development (reconstructed)............................................................................................................................................. 143

design development(monitored).................................................................................................................................................... 143

design dilemma.......................................................................................................................................................................... 106

design directives(cities, neighbourhoods, residences, rooms and also the basic construction of minor building commissions).............. 442

design document based research................................................................................................................................................ 144

design domains.......................................................................................................................................................................... 358

design drawing........................................................................................................................................................................... 287

design drawings(history)............................................................................................................................................................... 61

design driven............................................................................................................................................................................... 95

design driven composition research(types).................................................................................................................................... 137

design driven research....................................................................................................................................... 95; 99; 137; 138; 485

design education........................................................................................................................................................................ 415

design element(route, edge, areas, connection, landmarks)........................................................................................................... 441

design elements(translation(frame(structure), route, space, place, element, orientation))).................................................................. 441

design exercise.......................................................................................................................................................................... 494

design expertise......................................................................................................................................................................... 145

design idea................................................................................................................................................................................ 287

design ideas.............................................................................................................................................................................. 289

design images(relevance)............................................................................................................................................................ 161

design in strategic planning.................................................................................................................................................. 492; 493

design incident........................................................................................................................................................................... 421

design inspirations..................................................................................................................................................................... 291

design intentions........................................................................................................................................................................ 144

design intentions(interpretation)................................................................................................................................................... 144

design intervention................................................................................................................................................................ 88; 144

design intervention(difference(drawings))....................................................................................................................................... 174

design intervention(inspiration(example))....................................................................................................................................... 467

design interventions(implications)................................................................................................................................................. 139

design interventions(minimum)..................................................................................................................................................... 445

design laboratory................................................................................................................................................................ 140; 485

design language(personal)........................................................................................................................................................... 438

design levels.............................................................................................................................................................................. 434

design loop’................................................................................................................................................................................. 96

design management................................................................................................................................................................... 417

design means.............................................................................................................................................................................. 89

design method(explicit)............................................................................................................................................................... 369

design method(whole, part-products)............................................................................................................................................ 339

design methodology....................................................................................................................................................... 58; 249; 293

design methods........................................................................................................................ 88; 295; 298; 339; 387; 433; 436; 444

design methods(decision process)............................................................................................................................................... 500

design methods(decision processes)........................................................................................................................................... 498

design methods(systematic)....................................................................................................................................................... 295

design of the organisation........................................................................................................................................................... 444

design optimisation(multi-actor)................................................................................................................................................... 302

design options.................................................................................................................................................................... 144; 485

design options(alternate)............................................................................................................................................................. 143

design options(simulated)........................................................................................................................................................... 145

design orientated research.......................................................................................................................................................... 146

design perspective...................................................................................................................................................................... 145

design phenomena..................................................................................................................................................................... 144

design possibilities..................................................................................................................................................................... 207

design problem................................................................................................................................................................... 433; 442

design problems(new, advanced, complex, experimental, fast-track)(method).................................................................................. 363

design process.................................................................................................... 57; 107; 108; 168; 287; 327; 339; 370; 377; 417; 419

design process driven research.................................................................................................................................................... 140

design process(acquisition, decisive constraint, budget(role), concept(requirement), sketching material, design action(first) golden moment, great transformation, dead ends, period(indetermined design), method)............................................................................................................................... 432

design process(acquisition, decisive constraint, budget(role), concept(requirement), sketching material, design action(first) golden moment, great transformation, dead ends, period(indetermined design), method)............................................................................................................................... 470

design process(acquisition, vital constraint, budget, golden moment, great transformation, dead ends, period(indetermined design), method)           427

design process(allergies, frustrations, nightmares)........................................................................................................................ 419

design process(architect)............................................................................................................................................................ 293

design process(beginning(programme of requirements, context(urban architecture)))........................................................................ 459

design process(conceiving rules, product)..................................................................................................................................... 492

design process(concept, means of design, situation)..................................................................................................................... 438

design process(conditions(variation)).............................................................................................................................................. 42

design process(cyclical(‘inventing/ thinking’, ‘making/ doing’ and ‘applying/ evaluating’))................................................................... 479

design process(dead end).................................................................................................................................................... 420; 427

design process(de-blocking(halving the programme(most inspiring and promising part(personal(background, past))))).......................... 421

design process(de-blocking(steps back))...................................................................................................................................... 427

design process(deciding phase(requirements, risks))..................................................................................................................... 492

design process(determinism, randomness)................................................................................................................................... 478

design process(development)...................................................................................................................................................... 443

design process(documenting)...................................................................................................................................................... 446

design process(evaluation phase(deconstruction(analysis(object, environment, users, use))))............................................................ 493

design process(ex ante evaluations)............................................................................................................................................. 330

design process(exploration phase(formal, schematic))................................................................................................................... 492

design process(exploration phase(indefinite and undefined aims and means, form)).......................................................................... 492

design process(formal)................................................................................................................................................................ 387

design process(industrial product, architecture)............................................................................................................................. 367

design process(information, adaptability)...................................................................................................................................... 163

design process(in-sight(intuition))................................................................................................................................................. 478

design process(inventory, formation of the image, analysis of effect, decision to execute)................................................................. 443

design process(methodical(programme of requirements), form(found))............................................................................................. 292

design process(model, type, concept).......................................................................................................................................... 439

design process(phases).............................................................................................................................................................. 116

design process(programme of requirement)................................................................................................................................... 287

design process(programme of requirements)................................................................................................................................. 263

design process(realisation phase(optimum solution(conflicting requirements)( technical design)))...................................................... 492

design process(research potential)............................................................................................................................................... 140

design process(research(steps(explicit)))...................................................................................................................................... 409

design process(sequential, network))........................................................................................................................................... 377

design process(space)................................................................................................................................................................ 362

design process(study by design)................................................................................................................................................. 459

design process(sub-processes)................................................................................................................................................... 298

design process(topological deformation)....................................................................................................................................... 216

design process(what?, why?, how?)............................................................................................................................................. 476

design processes(recorded)........................................................................................................................................................ 361

design processes(results)........................................................................................................................................................... 143

design products.................................................................................................................................................................... 95; 434

design programme...................................................................................................................................................................... 494

design project based research..................................................................................................................................................... 141

design proposal(preliminary)........................................................................................................................................................ 371

design propositions...................................................................................................................................................................... 95

design re-construction.................................................................................................................................................................. 21

design reflections....................................................................................................................................................................... 140

design related study.......................................................................................................................................................... 11; 21; 26

design related study(admissibility(ethical))..................................................................................................................................... 28

design related study(competence(academic))................................................................................................................................. 27

design related study(completeness)............................................................................................................................................... 27

design related study(desirable(design)).......................................................................................................................................... 27

design related study(documented(design))...................................................................................................................................... 27

design related study(effect analysis).............................................................................................................................................. 28

design related study(effects(intended))........................................................................................................................................... 28

design related study(effects(unintended))........................................................................................................................................ 28

design related study(execution(technical))...................................................................................................................................... 28

design related study(experimental)................................................................................................................................................ 27

design related study(feasible(economically))................................................................................................................................... 27

design related study(goal-directed)................................................................................................................................................ 27

design related study(implementation(social)).................................................................................................................................. 28

design related study(invention)...................................................................................................................................................... 28

design related study(open to control)............................................................................................................................................. 27

design related study(open to criticism)........................................................................................................................................... 27

design related study(perspective)................................................................................................................................................... 28

design related study(possibilities(improbable))................................................................................................................................ 28

design related study(possibilities).................................................................................................................................................. 28

design related study(possibility to retrieve sources)......................................................................................................................... 27

design related study(possible(socially)).......................................................................................................................................... 27

design related study(probable(design))........................................................................................................................................... 27

design related study(probable)....................................................................................................................................................... 28

design related study(problems(statement))..................................................................................................................................... 27

design related study(prognosis)..................................................................................................................................................... 28

design related study(programme of requirements)........................................................................................................................... 27

design related study(understandable)............................................................................................................................................. 27

design related study(viable(socially)).............................................................................................................................................. 28

design related study(viable(technically))......................................................................................................................................... 28

design repertory......................................................................................................................................................................... 133

design representations................................................................................................................................................................ 238

design research........................................................................................................................ 11; 12; 20; 89; 99; 103; 138; 155; 443

design research ex post............................................................................................................................................................... 21

Design Research Society............................................................................................................................................................. 19

design research(case(defined(object, context)))............................................................................................................................. 493

design research(existing examples)............................................................................................................................................. 443

design research(references(explicit))............................................................................................................................................ 173

design result analysis................................................................................................................................................................. 143

design result driven research....................................................................................................................................................... 143

design rules................................................................................................................................................................................. 96

design schemes......................................................................................................................................................................... 441

design school(intuitive, subjective, system(lacking), scientific(engineer))......................................................................................... 419

design sequence(edges, inner area, outside, inside)...................................................................................................................... 430

design session........................................................................................................................................................................... 417

design setting(as if).................................................................................................................................................................... 101

design sketches(pencil, pen, A4 notebook(squarely ruled))............................................................................................................ 466

design software.......................................................................................................................................................................... 380

design solution(contours)............................................................................................................................................................ 437

design solutions................................................................................................................................................................... 21; 455

design solutions(separation(consulting, examination)(efficiency, privacy))........................................................................................ 156

design stage(data)...................................................................................................................................................................... 333

design studio............................................................................................................................................................................. 373

design study....................................................................................................................... 12; 20; 21; 71; 89; 98; 101; 173; 330; 436

design study(context(known)(documents, meetings))..................................................................................................................... 443

design study(normal practice(consultancy firms(architectural, urban development, technical))).......................................................... 443

design task........................................................................................................................................................................ 142; 483

design theme(homogenous)........................................................................................................................................................ 418

design themes(functionality, form, proportion, making)................................................................................................................... 483

design themes(recurring)............................................................................................................................................................. 485

design thinking............................................................................................................................................................................ 95

design tool......................................................................................................................................................................... 334; 441

design toolbox...................................................................................................................................................................... 66; 125

design tools................................................................................................................................................................................. 20

design tradition.......................................................................................................................................................................... 369

design variants........................................................................................................................................................................... 275

design variants(analysis)............................................................................................................................................................. 455

design workshop based research................................................................................................................................................. 141

design(analysis)......................................................................................................................................................................... 314

design(apology).......................................................................................................................................................................... 174

design(Archer)........................................................................................................................................................................... 100

design(architectural(arrangement, articulation, finite set of building elements))................................................................................. 234

design(begin)............................................................................................................................................................................. 417

design(beginning)....................................................................................................................................................................... 473

design(black box)....................................................................................................................................................................... 365

design(both singular and a type).................................................................................................................................................. 493

design(building)................................................................................................................................................................... 279; 333

design(circular).......................................................................................................................................................................... 479

design(clean slate)..................................................................................................................................................................... 402

design(commission)................................................................................................................................................................... 125

design(component)..................................................................................................................................................................... 279

design(concentration)................................................................................................................................................................. 407

design(conceptual)..................................................................................................................................................................... 377

design(conditions(variation)).......................................................................................................................................................... 42

design(connecting with the programme)........................................................................................................................................ 290

design(consistency)................................................................................................................................................................... 436

design(consistent, balanced)....................................................................................................................................................... 437

design(context(change), precedent(comparing))............................................................................................................................ 143

design(convert the underlying)..................................................................................................................................................... 402

design(daring).............................................................................................................................................................................. 59

design(data based)..................................................................................................................................................................... 169

design(decisions)....................................................................................................................................................................... 346

design(depth)............................................................................................................................................................................. 141

design(direction(finding))............................................................................................................................................................. 473

design(disastrous effect(excellent part solution))........................................................................................................................... 410

design(discussion)..................................................................................................................................................................... 160

design(domain).......................................................................................................................................................................... 145

design(environmental)................................................................................................................................................................. 146

design(erly) enquiry driven research............................................................................................................................................. 144

design(erly) workshop driven research.......................................................................................................................................... 141

design(evaluation(effect analysis))................................................................................................................................................ 418

design(exercise)......................................................................................................................................................................... 492

design(exploration)..................................................................................................................................................................... 493

design(explorative scenario)........................................................................................................................................................ 184

design(façade(daylight)).............................................................................................................................................................. 425

design(final)............................................................................................................................................................................... 372

design(formal ordering)................................................................................................................................................................ 433

design(formal)............................................................................................................................................................................ 493

design(frame, grain).................................................................................................................................................................... 211

design(freedom)......................................................................................................................................................................... 210

design(fulfilment of wishes and needs, taking dcisions, shaping a product, originality)...................................................................... 339

design(full-sentence functions)..................................................................................................................................................... 192

design(generalising, generating)................................................................................................................................................... 418

design(glass box)....................................................................................................................................................................... 366

design(history, rendering).............................................................................................................................................................. 63

design(ideological bias)............................................................................................................................................................... 430

design(improve).......................................................................................................................................................................... 293

design(indeterminate(period))....................................................................................................................................................... 427

design(infrastructure).................................................................................................................................................................. 279

design(installation)..................................................................................................................................................................... 333

design(interorganisational)........................................................................................................................................................... 297

design(invention(form, use, test, evaluation))................................................................................................................................. 479

design(joy)................................................................................................................................................................................. 286

design(just beginning)................................................................................................................................................................. 408

design(key aspects)................................................................................................................................................................... 172

design(language game)............................................................................................................................................................... 189

design(layers)............................................................................................................................................................................ 421

design(leaving things out)............................................................................................................................................................ 406

design(levels)............................................................................................................................................................................. 438

design(location).......................................................................................................................................................................... 423

design(making)............................................................................................................................................................................ 88

design(material)......................................................................................................................................................................... 280

design(means)...................................................................................................................................................................... 88; 434

design(methodological)............................................................................................................................................................... 138

design(methods)................................................................................................................................................................... 95; 139

design(model based).................................................................................................................................................................. 443

design(model(explorative, potential, projective))............................................................................................................................. 184

design(model(potential-projective, explorative)).............................................................................................................................. 185

design(model).............................................................................................................................................................................. 42

design(multi-disciplinary(part-products))........................................................................................................................................ 339

design(narrative)......................................................................................................................................................................... 406

design(open)............................................................................................................................................................... 293; 302; 303

design(optimisation)................................................................................................................................................................... 293

design(optimum)................................................................................................................................................................. 297; 302

design(orchestrator of knowledges)................................................................................................................................................ 99

design(originating stages(logic))................................................................................................................................................... 189

design(outline)........................................................................................................................................................................... 342

design(possible future).................................................................................................................................................................. 52

design(precedent based)............................................................................................................................................................. 238

design(preliminary)....................................................................................................................................................... 283; 372; 427

design(primitives)....................................................................................................................................................................... 233

design(principles)......................................................................................................................................................................... 25

design(programmatic, functional, system orientated)..................................................................................................................... 492

design(pronunciation).................................................................................................................................................................. 475

design(proposal)......................................................................................................................................................................... 103

design(putting together, inventing)................................................................................................................................................ 360

design(rational reasons(diversity)).................................................................................................................................................. 20

design(reduction)........................................................................................................................................................................ 407

design(reference projects, precedents)......................................................................................................................................... 152

design(repetitive or surveyable).................................................................................................................................................... 363

design(research driven)............................................................................................................................................................... 159

design(research)............................................................................................................................................................ 21; 151; 455

design(responsibilities)............................................................................................................................................................... 306

design(scale changing)................................................................................................................................................................. 90

design(science).......................................................................................................................................................................... 145

design(scientific method)............................................................................................................................................................ 298

design(scientific).......................................................................................................................................................................... 27

design(selection and combination(parts, elements))........................................................................................................................ 57

design(situation, programme(activity pattern))............................................................................................................................... 493

design(sketched)................................................................................................................................................................ 459; 465

design(social)............................................................................................................................................................................ 293

design(social-democratic(critical), conservative(dynamic), christian-democratic(carefull), technological(relaxed))................................. 494

design(solution-orientated strategy(alternatives))........................................................................................................................... 251

design(spatial discovery)............................................................................................................................................................. 404

design(spatial model(programme of requirements), concept)........................................................................................................... 263

design(spatial)........................................................................................................................................................................... 332

design(structural engineers, costing experts, traffic engineers, building contractors, governmental planners, users, investors, local residents)          293

design(systematic simulations)................................................................................................................................................... 143

design(systematic)..................................................................................................................................................................... 436

design(team)...................................................................................................................................................................... 293; 295

design(transformator(use of space, spending time)( opportunities and threats, rules and regulations))................................................ 493

design(unique)............................................................................................................................................................................. 20

design(urban)............................................................................................................................................................................. 433

design(value(use(possibilities(number))))........................................................................................................................................ 26

design(value)............................................................................................................................................................................... 27

design(variables)........................................................................................................................................................................ 441

design(vision)............................................................................................................................................................................. 478

design(what?(conspicio))............................................................................................................................................................. 476

design(width)............................................................................................................................................................................. 141

design/decision-making process.................................................................................................................................................. 294

designa..................................................................................................................................................................................... 210

designer.................................................................................................................................................................................... 492

designer(autonomous)................................................................................................................................................................ 434

designer(chief)........................................................................................................................................................................... 359

designer(commissioner(concrete pictures))................................................................................................................................... 459

designer(component).................................................................................................................................................................. 360

designer(generator of form, evaluator)........................................................................................................................................... 478

designer(performance and creativity)............................................................................................................................................ 245

designer(problem solving)............................................................................................................................................................ 100

designer(professional)................................................................................................................................................................. 358

designer(scholarly)..................................................................................................................................................................... 358

designer(scientific)..................................................................................................................................................................... 358

designer(studying)...................................................................................................................................................................... 360

designer’s toolbox........................................................................................................................................................................ 93

designer-consumer..................................................................................................................................................................... 361

designerly abilities...................................................................................................................................................................... 100

designerly approaches(drawings, schemes, models)..................................................................................................................... 144

designerly enquiry................................................................................................................................................................. 98; 100

designerly enquiry into research.................................................................................................................................................. 146

designerly exercises................................................................................................................................................................... 101

designerly inquiry(explorative))..................................................................................................................................................... 137

designerly interpretation.............................................................................................................................................................. 145

designerly interpretation based research....................................................................................................................................... 145

designerly mode of enquiry.................................................................................................................................................... 95; 100

designerly reference study.......................................................................................................................................................... 102

designerly studies...................................................................................................................................................................... 142

designerly variations................................................................................................................................................................... 145

designerly workshop based research............................................................................................................................................ 142

designerly workshop(issues of interest)........................................................................................................................................ 142

designer-producer....................................................................................................................................................................... 357

designers(industrial)................................................................................................................................................................... 391

designers(installation)................................................................................................................................................................. 338

designers(part)........................................................................................................................................................................... 359

designers(perception(visual(without physical sensations(noise, smell, wind))))................................................................................. 188

designers(professionals in design studios).................................................................................................................................... 357

designers(scholarly)................................................................................................................................................................... 360

designers(young)........................................................................................................................................................................ 357

designing...................................................................................................................................................................... 12; 362; 475

designing as composing............................................................................................................................................................. 357

designing experience.................................................................................................................................................................. 291

designing is rejecting.................................................................................................................................................................. 403

designing principles...................................................................................................................................................................... 57

designing process.................................................................................................................................................................. 59; 94

designing strategies..................................................................................................................................................................... 60

designing(act)............................................................................................................................................................................ 474

designing(adding of all conclusions)............................................................................................................................................. 420

designing(art(knowledge and capability))....................................................................................................................................... 478

designing(base cycle)................................................................................................................................................................. 372

designing(creating(thinking, making))........................................................................................................................................... 478

designing(dimensions(formal, functional, technical, analytical))....................................................................................................... 492

designing(emotional)................................................................................................................................................................... 421

designing(gut)............................................................................................................................................................................ 419

designing(insight into one’s personal character)............................................................................................................................ 419

designing(interpretation).............................................................................................................................................................. 160

designing(opposition(average))..................................................................................................................................................... 255

designing(ordering and forming)................................................................................................................................................... 429

designing(planning, establishing form).......................................................................................................................................... 433

designing(points of departure, users(objectives and whishes, activities), organisational structure)...................................................... 271

designing(pre-occupations).......................................................................................................................................................... 419

designing(problem solving).......................................................................................................................................................... 373

designing(product)...................................................................................................................................................................... 369

designing(routine)....................................................................................................................................................................... 363

designing(searching, empiry, trial and error).................................................................................................................................... 96

designing(self-respect)................................................................................................................................................................ 419

designing(sequentially, in parallel)................................................................................................................................................ 455

designing(simultaneous)............................................................................................................................................................. 361

designing(structure).....