||DAS „CA(A)D - IDEALSYSTEM” BEWERTUNGSKATALOG UND KONZEPTION
||IT-technologies are being used increasingly in many areas of architecture. The computer has become an everyday part of office management and is commonly used as an “electronic drawing board” in architectural planning.
However, IT support for the design process, i.e. from the initial idea through urban configuration to full design development is rare or only poor.
The diploma project aims to develop a clear catalogue for the objective critical assessment of existing CA(A)D systems with a view to assessing their respective strengths and weaknesses. This can be used to identify areas of potential for IT-platforms and promote creativity among the users. The user should be provided with arguments for the critical assessment and formulation of his or her intentions with a view to developing a vision for realising them.
The diploma project is therefore both a theoretical analysis of CA(A)D in general, the creation of an assessment catalogue using (practical) examples and the derivation of an ideal system description.
Both development and presentation of the diploma is undertaken in digital form.
|Year of publication:
Kelm, Michael (2005).
DAS „CA(A)D - IDEALSYSTEM” BEWERTUNGSKATALOG UND KONZEPTION. Diplomarbeit, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar Jun. Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank Petzold (Betreuer/Gutachter) Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dirk Donath (Zweitgutachter),