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INSTITUTING DESIGN: Notes on the formal organization of design functions as an integral component of housing policy [ITU J Faculty Arch]
ITU J Faculty Arch. 2004; 1(1): 79-94

INSTITUTING DESIGN: Notes on the formal organization of design functions as an integral component of housing policy

Murat Balamir
Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, Ankara, TURKEY

Successful housing policy, besides efficient financing and relevant social programs, demand high-quality design performance. When public monitoring of housing has been subject of regulation. Two contrasting models of instituting design are those observed in England and France. These could be compared in terms of their organization of creative labour, identification of the design decisions and methods of justification, the role and the status of the designer, involvement of the end-user within the design process, its contributions to the social and cultural context, and organizational vulnerabilities. The British model seems to rest on ‘reliable repetition’, whereas the French experience depends on the working of ‘competetive innovativeness’. Without loosing the sight of contributions of the former, there is scope to initiate the underlying aspects of the latter model in Turkey.

Keywords: Housing policy, instituting, design


Murat Balamir. INSTITUTING DESIGN: Notes on the formal organization of design functions as an integral component of housing policy. ITU J Faculty Arch. 2004; 1(1): 79-94

Corresponding Author: Murat Balamir, Türkiye


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