By Anthony LaMarca, W. Keith Edwards, Paul Dourish, John Lamping, Ian Smith (auth.), Susanne Bødker, Morten Kyng, Kjeld Schmidt (eds.)
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Drafting is an absorbing activity, with its own logic, involving trained visual conventions to be observed, as well as a certain level of detail and precision. Also, some plans may be huge, difficult to handle on a computer screen, impossible to compress into an A3 format, full of inaccuracies, difficult and time consuming to correct, etc. All this is not conducive to a conceptual, metaphorical approach to designing, for which one needs to emphasise principles and qualities in an open way. Much of the time of the junior architects is spent on drafting plans.
Our other user partners are a practice of landscape architects. Their offices are very similar in their mix of tools, materials and activities, though the practice has fewer people and the space is more compressed. There is a more continuous movement of people around the space, combining and recombining in different patterns and with a steady flow of conversation. This also reflects the character of the work. In comparison with the architects, the landscape architects typically work on a larger number of simultaneous projects which are smaller in scale and shorter in duration (though sometimes with a long hiatus during which work is suspended).
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ECSCW ’99: Proceedings of the Sixth European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work 12–16 September 1999, Copenhagen, Denmark by Anthony LaMarca, W. Keith Edwards, Paul Dourish, John Lamping, Ian Smith (auth.), Susanne Bødker, Morten Kyng, Kjeld Schmidt (eds.)