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|Performative Pattern Language |
Wolfgang Stark, Organisational Development Lab and Steibeis Center for Innovation and Sustainable Leadership
Universität Duisburg Essen
Design Patterns originally to increase effectiveness and reduce complexits
Imminent Danger to reduce creativity
80% der Entscheidungen in unserer Gesellschaft werden aufgrund von "Implicit and Experience Based bzw. Tacit Knowledge" getroffen...
Beispiel Kunst, Michelangelo, David
"Art is about creating awareness, not results"
William Forsythe-Solo-Thomas McManus
- Cannot be tought, separated from a person
- Needs exploration and experimentation
Say Yes And .... (not "yes but")
Make Others Look Good
Listen and Focus ...
Basic Action Patterns
|Workshop on Pattern Cards |
|Helmut Leitner: |
B general concepts - categories
S structural properties
D pattern description
- Johannes Hochholzer
- Sabine Pfister
- Franz Nahrada
- Valentina Meini architect * selfbuilding * origin Italy working in Catalan
- Niels Seidel computer scientist TU Dresden * open source development of video learning environments (+ development of pattern language + learning circles)
- Helmut Leitner
- Yodan Roffe aus Israel (studierte mit Alexander und Hajo Naiss in Berkeley) Thesis über Mapping Feelings. Lebensaufgabe Balance und Konfliktlösung.
- Betsy (siehe leads seite; betont die Nähe von Alexander und Ivan Illich)
- Takashi Iba: Presentation Pattern Cards
|Yaara Manor-Rosner Bedoine Villages in the Negev |
- Within the Arab Minority there are 2 Bedouine Minorities
- Research directed towards the south (Some moved through Egypt from the south , some from the north)
- There are a 125.000 southern Bedoine people who live in unrecognized settlements
- The other half of the nomadic community that came into Israels territory in the last 1000 years from Saudi Arabia....
- The ones in the unrecognized settlements are center of research
- The practical goal is "can we regularize communities, making them formal without destroying the qualities"
- The research is in tune with gov. politics and preparing masterplanning.
-> careful not to give too many general assumptions about nomadicism. But: there some statements:
- What are the deep differences between nomadic vs. possedile cultures?
basic set of 9 - 10 rules:
- Nomadic are all the time looking for living resources (water, grazing areas)
- to have them you need some territory (tribal)
- the whole relation creation between groups is to create balance between the forces, more options = more people to take care of
- the basic unit is the family
- the building of social fabric happens from bottom up (tiny units that are connected in self - organized sytems, fractal vs. hierarchy. The hierarchy might change all the time, it depends on natural and geopolitical factors.
- We can still see today the ancient patterns, still there are flexible coalitons
- land ownership structures totally reflect the social structures (fractal parcels, man only possesing, me and my brothers, village related to tribe, territory defined by coalition
- there is no individual existing. I you are alone, you can be killed and nobody ill pay the price.
- family relations confined to many invisble social division
- subdivision of the land according to natural signs and structure of society
- public areas always close to the main road - private in the village
- division between public and private is a division between genders
- and more
David West: "CA at the software designers conference: Only 10 percent are affected by architecture"
Sickinger: Architecture: "building a society which is alive and whole"
Hajo Neiss: "We are more responsible to the building than to the owner"
Helmut Leitner: Mexikali Project: "Everyone of us is a designer"
What is truth ? : "Very deep feeling that this is right"
|Howard Davis: Pattern languages and the new productive cities |
Physiker und Elektroniker von der Ausbildung, hat er mit Christopher Alexander an vielen theoretischen und praktischen Projekten teilgenommen.
Einfluss von Henry Glassie (Einfluss der Kultur)
"System A und System B" haben verschiedene Formen der Koexistenz.
"Es gibt zwei Arten von Menschen in der Welt: die einen die glauben dass es 2 Arten von Menschen in der Welt gibt und welche die das nicht glauben" (Christopher Alexander)
"No one intellectual system is complete"
24.April 2013 Einbruch der Textilfabrik in Savar, Dhaka, Bangla Desh
- The Culture of Building
- Living Over The Store
-> Cities and production in the age of a global production system
-> a new pattern language for urban production and manufacturing
- Globalisation and its influence on cities; has tramnsformed western cities into places of mere consumption
- Renaiscance of local production is a fascinating theme for architecture
- The Importance of Things and to Making Things
- The reality of the physical thing provides authority ...
- The case of Working with your Honda
- Urban Ecosystem: direct analogy between Ecosystems and Urban Systems
- There is enough social change already happening
|some criticism of pattern languages in architecture ? |
overly nostalgic ?
divorced from modern thought ?
- criticism is rooted in the illustrations in the "pattern language"which represent an unobtainable past
not - science ?
- example courtyard, Argument verpast
acultural and ahistorical ?
- APL contains provoquative statments, some based on scientific evidence some not
- part of the brilliance of APL is that it allows for different patterns to exist at different stages of the scientific process
- hints * conjectures * hypotheses * experiments and observations* provisional
"different cultures may not have the same languages" "cultural differences between patterns means each culture has its own version of the pattern"
|Some patterns ... A provisional Pattern Language for the New Production Economy |
Many patterns have never existed before ... some have existed before
Old assumptions go away, for example zoning that separates indusrial from residential neighborhood
Europe represents some of the Zoning Revolution in the United States
New Work Detroit
|Pattern Languages 1-4 gemeinsamer Workshop |
|Number||Object of Design||Art of Design||Purpose||Orientation|
|4.0|| || || || |
|3.0||Human Action||Embedded in Actions over time||Connecting people with Different experences||Self Making and Learning in Action|
|2.0||Non Physical Form||Carried out in Iterations||Bridging Gap betwen Experts and Non Experts||towards efficiency and accuracy|
|1.0||Physical Form||Carried out in a Period||Bridging Gap betwen Developers and Users||towards Practise of Design|