A briefing game for school building design

Palavras-chave: Design games, Design support tools, Architectural program, School building design, Participatory design process, Focal groups

Resumo

The architectural design process is complex, as new technical, social, environmental and economical requirements are introduced, and this very scenario is applicable for school buildings. The quality of a school building depends on known design criteria, professional knowledge and feedback from building performance assessments. To attain high performance school buildings, the design process should add a multidisciplinary team via an integrated process. This article presents a design tool to structure a school building design briefing process. A participatory architectural programming phase is advocated and tested through a focal group, supported by a game called “Shuffle the School Building Design Deck” (SSBDD). The content of SSBDD and application procedure are based on known facts, needs and global concepts for learning environments in the twenty-first century. The briefing game considers the specific context of Brazil. Validation tests show positive results for productive architectural programming for school buildings. SSBDD has potential for global contexts, including translations for other building types.

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Biografia do Autor

Doris Catharine Cornelie Knatz Kowaltowski , Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Professora Titular (2009) pela Universidade Estadual de Campinas.

Marcella Savioli Deliberador , Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Em 2016 defendeu seu doutorado na Universidade Estadual de Campinas, na área de Arquitetura, Tecnologia e Cidade.

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Submitted to evaluation on October 14, 2017; revised on February 20, 2018, accepted for publication on March 07, 2018.
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