In summary, this paper tries to demonstrate how, through a year-long design program with Masters students, the creative process of design may be unleashed through conversation, conceptual and technical 'travelling', image production, film making, mapping techniques, book and diary writing, self-reflection and group work, workshop and real experience, and how the role of creativity lies in the process between all these aspects, each of which is a prat of the design process. these aspects converse in each individual project, but students also benefitted from understanding the design process as a conversation that is non-linear, and which innovates new approaches to the city.
|Title of host publication||Teachers' Academy Papers, Editors Anne Boddington and David Clews|
|Place of Publication||Cambridge, UK|
|Publisher||Faculty of Arts and Architecture, University of Brighton|
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - Jul 2007|
Wingham, I. (2007). Creative Process of Design: Conversation and Traveling between Concepts and Techniques. In Teachers' Academy Papers, Editors Anne Boddington and David Clews (pp. 129-133). Faculty of Arts and Architecture, University of Brighton.