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    Consensus design : socially inclusive process / Christopher Day with Rosie Parnell.
    by Day, Christopher, 1942-
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    Oxford ; Boston : Architectural Press, 2003.
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  • Architectural design.
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  • Architectural design -- Case studies.
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    9780750656054 (pbk.)
    0750656050 (pbk.)
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    xvii, 222 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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    PART ONE: INTRODUCTION -- 1. Architecture as a social art: a journey -- PART TWO: CONSENSUS DESIGN: WHY? -- 2. Why: community design and place -- What shapes places? -- Design by the community: why? -- What design involvement does for the community -- 3. Why not: shouldn't professionals lead design? -- 4. Consensus versus democracy -- 5. Community & players -- Surviving change -- Community and non-community -- Players -- Players, community and non-community -- 6. Design process for sustainability -- Proprietary stewardship -- Development within time-continuum -- Elemental sustainabilities -- PART THREE: CONSENSUS DESIGN: HOW? -- 7. The principles behind the process -- Ideas and aspirations -- Spirit-of-place -- Science and art: understanding and creating -- Levels of place: beneath the surface -- 8. How in practice: place-study -- Place and project -- Working with place -- Processes of change: visible and invisible -- Place-study -- 9. How in practice: outline design -- Matching project to place -- Spirit-of-project -- Mood of place -- Time and life related -- Physical -- Growing places -- 10. How in practice: consensual building design -- Building and place -- Rough design -- Moving into three dimensions -- Organizing diagrams -- Detail design -- PART FOUR: PROCESS DEVELOPMENT: TWO PROJECTS -- 11. From experimental method to built project: Goethean Science Centre, Scotland -- Two stages: one process -- Reflections -- 12. Socially shaped process: eco-village, Sweden -- Reflections -- PART FIVE: MAKING IT WORK -- 13. Leadership and teamship -- Leadership: a new model -- Knowledge: power or fertilizing enabler -- 14. Social Technique -- Social technique with unequal groups -- Group process -- Confirming decisions -- Recapitulation: anchoring where we've got to -- 15. Technique and non-technique -- Dead technique, live technique -- The demands of circumstance -- Thinking the process versus doing the process -- Taking time -- Understanding behind doing -- 16. What can go wrong? What can go right? -- PART SIX: PROJECTS -- 17. Reversing moods: lunatic asylum to Steiner school, Brighton -- One-day process -- Reflections -- 18. Redeeming buildings: East Bay Waldorf School, California -- Short-, medium- and long-term development -- Rescuing the existing building -- Reflections -- 19. Future growth: East Bay Waldorf School, California -- Site development strategy -- High-school building -- Reflections -- 20. Working with a developer: mixed-use urban development, California -- A different climate, culture, project -- Reflections.
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    Parnell, Rosie.
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    Includes bibliographical references and index.
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