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What do design reviewers really do : understanding roles played by design reviewers in daily practice

Author: Joongsub Kim
Publisher: Cham : Springer, 2019.
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This book provides an original contribution to the planning and design literature. Not only does it provide a fresh and finely grained examination of the daily challenges and opportunities of design review practice, but it does so in an ethnographically compelling way--through extensive references that convey and show what a distanced researcher could never adequately summarize and paraphrase. Architects, urban  Read more...
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Kim, Joongsub.
What Do Design Reviewers Really Do? Understanding Roles Played by Design Reviewers in Daily Practice.
Cham : Springer, ©2019
(OCoLC)1067246834
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joongsub Kim
ISBN: 9783030056421 3030056422
OCLC Number: 1082254243
Description: 1 online resource (196 pages)
Contents: Introduction --
Background information and significance of study --
Chapter organization --
Overview of the current status of design review --
Background --
Goals of design review --
Methods and processes involved in design review --
Empirical approaches to design review --
A brief history of design review in the United States and comparison of design review in the Unites States and Europe --
Successful examples of design review --
Emerging themes in the literature --
Literature in regulation and design review --
Design review: It's process and guidelines --
Interrelationship of interested parties in design review --
The social debate in design review --
Goals and implementation of design review in light of reviewer's roles --
Interview results: The desing reviewer as educator --
Introduction --
Managing who knows what (and when): The design reviewer as educator --
Providing mechanisms for learning about and learning from design review and participants --
Providing early design review guidance through informal and formal processes --
Changing the worldview of design review participants through promoting mutual learning opportunities --
Interview results: The design reviewer as facilitator --
Managing a complex process: The design reviewer as facilitator --
Referring, nudging, coordinating --
Building a collaborative working relationship, consensus building, mediation, negotiation, public deliberation --
Constraint shaping, problem solving, stimulating design creativity --
Empowering, provoking ideas --
Interview results: The design reviewer as therapist --
Managing interpersonal stresses: The design reviewer as therapist --
Listening --
Making sense, explaining, working through --
Individual psychotherapy and community psychotherapy in design review --
Land use therapy --
Therapeutic training for a design reviewer --
Interview results: The design reviewer as convener --
Managing process and promoting social encounters: The design reviewer as ritual convener --
Bringing parties together --
Informal one-on-one encounters --
Small group encounters --
Large scale encounters --
Encounters between experts and non-experts --
Community celebrations --
Conclusion --
Survey results --
Type of design review --
Design review board membership --
Reaction to the four hypothesized roles --
The four roles in the context of difficult challenges faced by reviewers --
Challenges that require the ability to educate --
Challenges that require facilitating --
Challenges that require the ability to console --
Challenges that require the ability to convene --
Challenges that require effective reviewing/regulating --
Successful design review cases, what design reviewers want the public to know and the four roles --
Successful design review cases: What makes them successful --
What the reviewers want the public [to] know --
Daily tasks and the four roles --
Conclusion --
Theoretical underpinnings of the four hypothesized roles --
Relationship building --
Collaboration --
Managing differences, building consensus, negotiation, mediation --
Learning and incorporation of expertise --
Consoling: Dealing with human emotions --
Conclusion --
Conclusion, implications, related paradigms and future research --
Pros (strengths, benefits, opportunities) and cons (weaknesses, limitations, liabilities, challenges, unintended consequences) of design review --
Politics in design review --
The relationship between design review and contemporary influential urban paradigms --
The relationship between design review and key goals of urban planning --
The impact of design review on the diciplines of urban design, planning and architecture; education and pedagogy; areas of future research --
Appendix A --
Appendix B --
Appendix C --
Index.
Responsibility: Joongsub Kim.

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Faculty and students in architecture, urban design, and urban planning will learn about design governance, design regulations, design culture, participants, processes, and micropolitics in design and  Read more...

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