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Paper w78-2002-41:
Examples of web-based custom design in Dutch residential developments

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Stouffs R, Tunšer B, Sariyildiz S

Examples of web-based custom design in Dutch residential developments

Abstract: The Web offers the means to reach out to potential customers and clients. It enables the establishment of a communication link that allows designers to probe the preferences of their customers, and potential clients to be heard in the design process. It also serves as a communication platform for customers and other interested parties to share and express ideas and concerns. Opening up the design process to future stakeholders and other concerned parties is particularly accommodating in the aspiration to a consensus model, as is the case in Dutch architecture. We present two residential development projects in which the Web serves to reach out to customers and clients, and discuss additional techniques to strengthen and nurture their role in the design process.



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Class: class.collaboration (0.086274) class.communication (0.027994) class.social (0.013538)
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Permission to reproduce these documents have been graciously provided by the Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark. The assistnace of the editor, Prof. Kristian Agger, is gratefully aprecciated.


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