Processes of Reflexive Design differentiates between various facets and intersections of the genesis, transformation, and interaction of design and research in architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design. How do systematization work and creative processes interact? How are specific forms of knowledge generated, evaluated, and transformed? A broad spectrum of the development, description, and testing of different types of processes and process characteristics in the dynamics of design and research is shown to explore these questions.
With essays from both theory and praxis, including contributions from, amongst others, Giorgia Aquilar, Tom Avermaete, Katja Benfer and Cyrus Zahiri, Isabel Finkenberger, Ole W. Fischer, Hilde Léon, Andreas Nütten, Caroline Voet, and Sarah Wehmeyer.