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Title: Intuitive flow : the design process as a two-minded game
Authors: Petrovic, Miguel (2020)
Keywords: Architectural design -- Malta
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: Petrovic, M. (2020). Intuitive flow: the design process as a two-minded game (Master's dissertation).
Abstract: This dissertation explores an approach which looks beyond that witnessed around us, into one based on inductive reasoning - in search of an architecture which emerges from the context that surrounds us, rather than being imposed on it. The research looks at intuition and the state of flow as the basis to this approach, narrating and analysing different creative fields in order to gain a better understanding of the influences that these may have on design. This dissertation looks at the design process as a dialogue between two minds, and Intuitive Flow as the conversation between the two. Through the shaping of a framework for flow based on studies made across different creatives, the study then attempts to ground itself within architecture through the analysis of different design processes experienced by several future architects. The study then progresses to the analysis of the performance of the framework within the design process, with its development running in parallel to the discussion brought forward. Finally, the potentials of the study are outlined, shedding light on the relevancy of Intuitive Flow in the creation of architecture as a curation of the whole.
Description: M.ARCH.
Appears in Collections:Dissertations - FacBen - 2020
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