Design Process in Architecture

By Geoffrey Makstutis

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9781786271327

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Design Process in Architecture. Every building starts with an idea. But how do you get from a concept to a piece of architecture? Why do some ideas work better than others? What is a ‘good’ design? With accessible text and hundreds of images, this is an indispensable and illuminating guide for beginning architecture students as well as anyone who is curious about how design works.

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Design Process in Architecture. 

Every building starts with an idea. But how do you get from a concept to a piece of architecture? Why do some ideas work better than others? What is a ‘good’ design?

This approachable guidebook will help students find their own answers to these questions. It covers every aspect of the design process with examples drawn from all types of architecture, giving students the tools to develop their own unique ways of working. With accessible text and hundreds of images, this is an indispensable and illuminating guide for beginning architecture students as well as anyone who is curious about how design works.

About the author

Geoffrey Makstutis is the Subject Lead in Construction for Pearson. He has taught and lectured at Central Saint Martins, the Architectural Association, the Royal College of Art, University of Westminster, IE Segovia, and Universitat Politècnica de València. He is also the author of Architecture: An Introduction (Laurence King, 2010).

AuthorGeoffrey Makstutis
Format23 x 19 cm
Published2018
LanguageEnglish
ISBN9781786271327
PublisherLaurence King Publishing
BindingSoft cover
Page count192 sider