Open Design a Collaborative Approach to Architecture

3.1 Comparison initial plan-realisation-Open Design simulation for former

KLM head office 39

7.1 Primal-dual table 67

A.1 Model I theory-in-use 85

A.2 Model II theory-in-use 87

B.1 Four different situations for the optimum (after: Van den Doel (1993)) 89

Open Design and Construct Management

1.1 Involvement of players in different phases 111

2.1 Best project management practices, PI: Process related issues 114

2.2 Best project management practices, PI: Information handling related issues 114

2.3 Best project management practices, PI: Structure related issues 115

3.1 Best practices (PII) of Open Design and Construct Management: Process related issues 118

3.2 Best practices (PII) of Open Design and Construct Management: Information handling related issues 119

3.3 Best practices (PII) of Open Design and Construct Management: Structure related issues 119

5.1 Matching of managerial approach with nature of project 126

6.1 Comparison initial plan - realisation - Open Design simulation for former KLM head office 132

6.2 Application of best practices in renovation of former KLM head office 132

7.1 Application of best practices in the expansion of Amsteram Airport 136

8.1 Architecture and associative identity of the building 138

8.2 Spatial requirements 139

8.3 Application of best practices in the VPRO office 149

9.1 Relationships of project managers with stakeholders 156

9.2 Scores on cultural dimensions of some countries according to Hofstede

(1980,1994) 157

9.3 Relevance to the project of some scores on cultural dimensions 158

9.4 Key Issues Matrix 162

9.5 Rules of conduct for effective design and construct management 168

9.6 Criteria for selection of team members 170

9.7 Resulting Key Issue Matrix Nanhai 181

9.8 Application of best practices in Seraya and Nanhai 184

10.1 Application of best practices in renovation 'De Resident', The Hague 190

11.1 IT in design and construct management 192

Open Design, Cases and Exercises

1 Alternative factors 211

2 Preference score 211

3 Structure of the book 214

1.1 Data of four types of houses 226

2.1 Characteristics of two real estate projects 236

2.2 Risk profiles project A and B 236

2.3 Characteristics portfolio of real estate projects 240

2.4 Characteristics new real estate project 242

3.1 Input for the Monte Carlo simulation 254

3.2 Input for the Monte Carlo simulation 256

3.3 Mitigations Q, At; and required skills S 260

3.4 Distribution of skills S over pool of human resources R 261

4.1 Cost price vs. floorspace 264

4.2 Cost price vs. house properties 273

5.1 Part of the enquiry in use on the criterion Reliability 284

5.2 Part of the improved enquiry on the criterion Reliability 285

5.3 Results new enquiry 285

5.4 Criteria ranking (averages) 287

6.1 Numerical output of each alternative 291

6.2 Numerical input for PFM software 292

7.1 Results of simulations for an airport island in the North Sea 297

Example allocation

8.2 Allowed allocations 305

8.3 Model output (initial allocations) 305

8.4 Allowed allocations (after negotiations) 306

8.5 Model output (altered allocations) 306

9.1 Outcomes of adding inexpensive dwellings 315

9.2 Outcomes of disappointing rental and selling prices 316

9.3 Outcomes of changing the ratio between rental and owner occupied dwellings 317

9.4 Outcomes prices alternative 3 (€) 317

9.5 Outcomes housing revenues alternative 3 (€ million) 318

9.6 Outcomes of making the building more flexible 318

10.1 Input values for Monte Carlo simulation 323

11.1 Path ranking on slack 327

11.2 Path ranking on risk 327

12.1 Location vs return on investment 331

12.2 Correlation analysis whole database 332

12.3 Results of single variable regression analysis 333

13.1 Location - function alternatives and preference input values 340

13.2 Preference input values 342

13.3 Example of establishing a trade-offs ratio 342

13.4 Trade-off input values for computing ratio's 343

13.5 Results of preference modelling 343

14.1 Weight factors 350

15.1 Some major political decisions in Europe 352

15.2 Constraints ranges in open design simulation of North Sea Island option for Schiphol (as a national airport) 355

15.3 Results of the open design simulation of the North Sea Island option for Schiphol (as a national airport) 355

15.4 Current yearly throughput of four airports 357

15.5 Constraints ranges in open design simulation of North Sea Island option for Schiphol (as a European mega hub) 357

15.6 Results of the open design simulation of the North Sea Island option for Schiphol (as a European mega hub) 357

16.1 Results aimed at minimising the investment 359

16.2 Results aimed at maximising the ROI 361

16.3 Results aimed at maximising the ROI 361

16.4 Results aimed at minimising the investment; shuttle speed added to the endogenous variables 362

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