Process models

Designing a part of a city is a complicated process involving consideration of a number of factors and so it takes time to evolve. It is important to have a range of models which explain the development of the idea, how it has grown and shifted. These process models may connect to a site or a piece of the city. It may be that a particular model is photographed as it changes and these photographs are the recorded process, or that models made at various stages are retained. Early models will concentrate on form and the implication of that proposed form on the urban space around. These models are useful for the designer, but also explain the evolution of the design to the client, recording various thought processes and stages of decision-making. ...

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