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Posted by  shy me on June 29, 2002 at 06:56:38:

In Reply to:  DESIGN PROCESS!!!! posted by schmaltz on June 23, 2002 at 22:22:34:

Hi!
ur Query is thought provoking and i really appreciate ur putting it up in our forum.

welll....what i believe is that....
if u want somthig to b understood ....say a dish that u liked and u analyse it y u liked it.....then???u first look into the details???i generally go from whole to part in analysis...like why,how and what of things.....from the exterior then to the details....

but while i make the dish....its part to the whole...i mean u can't miss the details and end up with what u really have in mind can u???systematic setp by step progress.....

i follow the same with design...first comes the analysis of design problem which i follow the first method...and designing its the second...
i've found that helping me understand things...
about whether its an evolution process....y shouldn't i b....like any art or science which has everything left to change....
"to change is to improvise and to change often is to perfect' winston churchill
i mean v have everything done in the sands of time...and i believe the world still comtinues 'coz v change the past ....think of a different future....keeping in mind the past....it holds good for architecture too...
y should design process ever end???evloution shall continue as long as the wheel of time revolves....

I'll b delightedto hear the views of Mr.paul Malo, Mr.Verve and other experienced ones out there


 
 
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