عنوان مقاله [English]
Attentiveness to human life and the presence and behavior of human beings are one of the main concerns in architectural design. In the interim, one of the proposed approaches in this regard is narrative-oriented and scenario-oriented thinking in architecture and its education. The purpose of the research is to investigate the role of scenario writing and its opportunities in the design training workshop. The current research, conducted in a semi-experimental way, is the result of reflection on the report of the teaching process in the architectural design workshop with the proposed topic of "Designing my villa". A number of 52 architecture students of Tehran University participated in this research. "My Villa" design training was completed with the scenario writing method during six specific steps, each of these steps was taught in one session. In each gathering, a design test was taken from the participants to determine the changes in the scores of each stage compared to the previous stage. The results have been analyzed in two qualitative and quantitative sections. Data analysis was completed with the help of correlation t test and using SPSS version 22 software. The findings show there is a significant difference between the average scores of the design test in the pre-test and post-test stages (P<0.05). The type of scenario (spaces, activity, visualization of the context, etc.) influences the next steps. The percentage of people's tendency towards user-oriented (55.77%) and event-oriented (28.85%) approaches after scenario writing training has increased more than before. As a result, scenario writing training and related exercises have a positive feedback in advancing and facilitating the design process. Narrative-oriented approach with scenario-writing method in architecture describes the process of user-oriented design and introduces related theoretical and technical frameworks.
1 Inspecting the role of narrative-oriented approach in design with scenario writing method.
Exploring narrative-oriented thinking in life-based architecture.
What effect does the narrative-oriented approach with the scenario writing method have on architectural design?
What consequence does the scenario writing method have on the idea creation process in the design of architecture students?