عنوان مقاله [English]
Design in architecture has evolved under the influence of various factors. Each design has its own unique features. However, the component of time and cultural and social developments has become an imperative factor in the process of architectural design. The subject examined in this research is understanding the evolution of the architectural design process. The method of this research is carried out via documentary studies and is based on a descriptive-analytical method considering models and theories of the architectural design process based on their historical course. Findings show that one of the most chief weaknesses of common models of architectural design process is the linearity of the path from problem to solution and this leads to lack of analysis of aspects of the problem and mismatch of solutions with the issue under study. Moreover, this has encouraged the designer to prioritize selective patterns to guide the decision-making process. In some models, the linear path of the problem to the solution in the extreme case leads to the deconstruction of the main problem into micro-problems and the production of non-practical solutions that in practice do not answer the design problems. The results of the research lead to the explanation and classification of parameters and problem-oriented indicators in the process of architectural design.
1. To identify the parameters and indicators of the problem-solving issues in the architectural design process.
2. To investigate the possibility of achieving comprehensive architectural design models.
1. What are the parameters of the design process in architecture?
2. How can comprehensive architectural design models be achieved by studying the architectural design process?