Integrated Design for Solving Imaginary Complexity in Design

Complexity in Design is defined by N. Suh as the measure of uncertainty in achieving the functional requirements (FRs) of a system within their specified design range. According to his complexity theory, here is described how integrated design is a way to get a non complex solution for an imaginary time independent complex problem. Two case studies in the field of furniture design and building design demonstrate how the integration of the actors concerned by the life cycle of the product can achieve this goal, using a cooperative design modeller and working with the just need concept.
Publisher
CIRP
Issue Date
2011
Keywords

Integrated Design; Imaginary Complexity; Just Need; Furniture; Passive House

Citation

21st CIRP Design Conference

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http://hdl.handle.net/10203/23646
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Proceedings of the 21st CIRP Design Conference
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