Paper sigradi2005_300:
ANÁLISIS DE LAS POSIBILIDADES QUE OFRECE LA APLICACIÓN DE TECNOLOGÍAS DE MODELAMIENTO PARAMÉTRICO AL DESARROLLO DE PROCESOS PROYECTUALES COMPARTIDOS ENTRE ARQUITECTOS Y DISEÑADORES INDUSTRIALES: EL CASO DE LA VIVIENDA PRE-FABRICADA

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authors Cavieres, Andrés P.; Marcelo Quezada G.
year 2005
title ANÁLISIS DE LAS POSIBILIDADES QUE OFRECE LA APLICACIÓN DE TECNOLOGÍAS DE MODELAMIENTO PARAMÉTRICO AL DESARROLLO DE PROCESOS PROYECTUALES COMPARTIDOS ENTRE ARQUITECTOS Y DISEÑADORES INDUSTRIALES: EL CASO DE LA VIVIENDA PRE-FABRICADA
source SIGraDi 2005 - [Proceedings of the 9th Iberoamerican Congress of Digital Graphics] Lima - Peru 21-24 november 2005, vol. 1, pp. 300-303
summary Traditionally, the teaching of digital design systems has been focused on the operative learning of software. However, this almost exclusively technical approach has leaded to a partial view of these systems, as well suited platforms to exploration of project’s possibilities. Consequently their relevance as a base for project representation and therefore as a useful instrument for conceptual exploration for design and experimental research of their processes have been undervalued. On the other hand, this restrictive perspective results in an important waste of the teaching possibilities lying in CAD software related with interdisciplinary teamwork. The following academic experience obeys to a new insight of how to teach these tools, based upon problem solving in Design by interdisciplinary students work teams from Architecture and Industrial Design. In this bet, the learning process is flexible, shared and collaborative, according to the requirements of each project, powered by the commitment of facing common goals. [Full paper in Spanish]
series SIGRADI
email acaviere@uchile.cl
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