Bridging the Gap between Actors and Digital tools in a Furnishing Design Process

Mai Rasmussen, Anne Nørkjær Gade, Rasmus Lund Jensen

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Abstract

The high level of complexity in today’s building design requires a high level of interdisciplinary collaboration, which historically is an uncommon working method in the building industry. To support the interdisciplinary collaboration,
new digital tools such as Building Information Models (BIM) and Virtual Reality (VR) can be implemented in various phases of the building project. The implementation of BIM is expected to support the designers and improve the
collaboration among multiple actors, but the social aspects related to the use of BIM in the design process needs further investigation and development. Knotworking is one solution that seeks to improve the interdisciplinary collaboration during the design process involving tools to solve specific themes, or “knots”, of the design. In this study, we investigate the use of Knotworking in a small-scale project – a furnishing design process of a new building at Aalborg University in Denmark
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication5th International Workshop: When Social Science meets Lean and BIM
Number of pages2
Volume1
Place of PublicationAalborg
Publication date2017
Pages3
Article number1
Chapter5
Publication statusPublished - 2017
Event5th International Workshop - When Social Science meets Lean and BIM - Utzon Centeret, Aalborg, Denmark
Duration: 26 Jan 201727 Jan 2017
Conference number: 5
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Workshop5th International Workshop - When Social Science meets Lean and BIM
Number5
LocationUtzon Centeret
CountryDenmark
CityAalborg
Period26/01/201727/01/2017
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Keywords

  • Digital tools
  • Furnishing Design Process

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Rasmussen, M., Gade, A. N., & Jensen, R. L. (2017). Bridging the Gap between Actors and Digital tools in a Furnishing Design Process. In 5th International Workshop: When Social Science meets Lean and BIM (Vol. 1, pp. 3). [1] Aalborg.
Rasmussen, Mai ; Gade, Anne Nørkjær ; Jensen, Rasmus Lund. / Bridging the Gap between Actors and Digital tools in a Furnishing Design Process. 5th International Workshop: When Social Science meets Lean and BIM. Vol. 1 Aalborg, 2017. pp. 3
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Rasmussen, M, Gade, AN & Jensen, RL 2017, Bridging the Gap between Actors and Digital tools in a Furnishing Design Process. in 5th International Workshop: When Social Science meets Lean and BIM. vol. 1, 1, Aalborg, pp. 3, 5th International Workshop - When Social Science meets Lean and BIM, Aalborg, Denmark, 26/01/2017.

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