Ferdous F. AL-Shalche (Department of Architecture, University of Mosul, IRAQ and Department of Projects, Municipalities of Nineveh, IRAQ).
Asma H. Al-Dabbagh
(Department of Architecture, University of Mosul, IRAQ).
Keywords: Architecture approach; Value-based approach; Agreement-based approach; Physical fact; Knowledge-based approach; Caudill Rowlett Scott (CRS).
Architectural programming is the process of gathering, organizing, evaluating information, and making decisions that identify problems, and different architectural programming approaches. First, the knowledge-based approach, Agreement-based approach, Value-based approach, and Participate- approach. This paper focused on revealing the nature of applying two approaches and comparing them in specific aspects. The application consists of examining the programming process within functionally similar real examples to identify the advantage of each approach of architectural programming and its role in the design. So, the results revealed the similarity (between the applications of Agreement-based and Value-based approaches) in employing specific knowledge based on research and physical facts. Most importantly, the results revealed the difference in considering functions as a start point and a limited sequence of stages and depending on the importance of the facts in decision-making within the Agreement-based approach, which produces a non-integrated relationship with the designer. The value-based approach depends on the most important value and varied sequence of stages depending on the situation, which produces an integrated relationship with the designer, by spiral development, the possibility of developing the client. The ability to invest potentialities of the designer and rely on the most important values in decision-making.
Paper ID: 13A5E
Cite this article:
Shalche, F.F.A., Dabbagh, A.H.A. (2022). Roles of Variation in Architectural Programming Approaches in Architectural Designs. International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies, 13(5), 13A5E, 1-12. http://TUENGR.COM/V13/13A5E.pdf DOI: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2022.89