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Application of Systems Engineering for Improving the Design Process of Public Halls
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 Title & Authors
Application of Systems Engineering for Improving the Design Process of Public Halls
Yoshihara, Saki; Toma, Tetsuya;
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 Abstract
The major challenge of designing public halls or performing arts centers in Japan is meeting the expectations of the regional community; greater stakeholder involvement is required in order to solve this problem. The purpose of this paper is to examine whether stakeholders can become more involved in public hall design by using systems engineering (SE), which has never before been applied when designing public halls. As such, this study redesigned an actual public hall (Iwaki Alios) using an SE approach. The results revealed that applying SE was effective in the creation of a public hall concept.
 Keywords
Public Hall;Public Theater;Design Process;Concept Design;Social System;
 Language
English
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