Mimari Tasarım ve Proje Yönetiminde Süreç ve Bilgi Yönetim Modelleri

Duran, Özge Selen
Tanyer, Ali Murat
Due to the changes in the requirements of the clients and the inclusion of many various stakeholders inthe design process, Architectural Design and Project Processes has had to transform with a challenge ofnew and advanced project delivery and communication-network models. The necessity of differentspecialized participants to be included in the design teams and the project schedule at earlier stages becomes essential and inevitable. Furthermore, since these ‘specialized’ participants are mostly located indifferent and distant contexts; both the design process itself and also the information and project-dataflow in between them becomes the most essential issues to be planned, controlled and managed.Although there have been many different models, methodologies and techniques borrowed from differentindustries and introduced to the Architecture-Engineering-Construction (AEC) field; because of theuniqueness and the complexity of the process, there has still not been an agreed Model on the ProcessManagement of the Architectural Designs/Projects yet. Furthermore in the issue of the DesignCommunication; there are still very few attempts of integrating information and communicationmanagement with Architectural Design Process. The environment is still need of such Design ProcessModels (DPM) and/or Knowledge Management Models (KPM); through which these multidisciplinarycomplex digital design teams can work, exchange and progress correspondingly and concurrently withoutany loss and de-orientations in the information flow during the design process.The main aim intended with this study is to reveal the existing literature on Architectural Project / DesignProcess and Design Communication issues and then analyse briefly the proposed models, techniques andmethodologies in order to constitute a reference base for further developed studies
1. Uluslararası Katılımlı Proje Yönetim Konferansı (UKPYK 2014) (19 - 20 Eylül 2014)


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Citation Formats
Ö. S. Duran and A. M. Tanyer, “Mimari Tasarım ve Proje Yönetiminde Süreç ve Bilgi Yönetim Modelleri,” İstanbul, Türkiye, 2014, p. 115, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/73148.