January 16th, 2010 | Edwin Gardner
“the faculty of observing in any given case the available means of persuasion” *
"When I read this quote I think “Ah, this describes what designers do! This is a description of design thinking, This is an important facet of a designerly way of looking at the world, this is a tenet of architectural intelligence” The only thing that is defined from the outset of an architectural project is a site, a program, a budget and a client - this is the case from which the architect has to abstract the arguments for his/her actions. One can draw parallels from this description to how Donald Schön explains how the practitioner deals with a situation; the architect has to construct an argument, the design of architectural form, which takes advantage of a set of perceived and carefully selected features found in the situation, things that are there from the outset. (...)"
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