The student is on the tiptoe of expectation. What will his supervisors say about his final project? The first one is positive about the concept, but criticises heavily on the materials used in the facade. The second one starts a discussion on the contrast between the architectural design and its context. The third one raises questions about some technical details, but is not at all clear about his own opinion. No one asks any question about the costs.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings B, International Conference on Research by Design|
|Editors||A. Langenhuizen, M.K. van Ouwerkerk, H.J. Rosemann|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - 2001|
van der Voordt, DJM. (2001). Towards a more transparent and research based evaluation of design. In A. Langenhuizen, M. K. van Ouwerkerk, & H. J. Rosemann (Eds.), Proceedings B, International Conference on Research by Design (pp. 336-343). DUP Science.