Monograph

Il viaggio degli studenti di progettazione

Capire come pensano i progettisti
  • Bryan Lawson,
  • Edited by:
  • Matteo Zambelli,

Being a professional designer is one of the most intellectually rewarding careers. Learning to become a designer can be tremendous fun but it can also be frustrating and at times painful. What you have to do to become a designer is not often clearly laid out and can seem mysterious. Over the past 50 years or so we have discovered a great deal about how designers think. This book relies upon that knowledge but presents it in a way specifically intended to help the student and perhaps the teacher. The Design Student’s Journey. Undestanding How Designers Think can be seen as a companion volume for the design student.

  • Keywords:
  • design thinking,
  • design studies,
  • design teaching,
  • design process,
  • creativity,
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Bryan Lawson

University of Sheffield, United Kingdom - ORCID: 0000-0003-0793-5864

Matteo Zambelli

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-9709-0828

Bryan Lawson studied at the Oxford School of Architecture followed by a Master’s and Doctorate in psychology. He has studied the relationship between people, place, and wellbeing. He has also extensively studied the nature of the creative design process.
Bryan was Head of School and Dean of the Faculty of Architectural Studies at the University of Sheffield in the UK. He is now Professor Emeritus and has held professorial posts at universities in Singapore, Australia, Malaysia, and Hong Kong.

Matteo Zambelli is an architect, PhD in Construction Engineering and associate professor at DIDA (Department of Architecture, University of Florence). Design methods and the pedagogy of architecture and design are some of the topics of his research. The last two books he wrote are Inseminations (with Juhani Pallasmaa) and La conoscenza per il progetto (Knowledge for Designing).
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Book Title

Il viaggio degli studenti di progettazione

Book Subtitle

Capire come pensano i progettisti

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Matteo Zambelli

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Bryan Lawson

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2023

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