Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Arts (MA)

Department

Interior Design

First Advisor's Name

Phillip Abbott

First Advisor's Committee Title

Committee Chair

Second Advisor's Name

Sarah Sherman

Third Advisor's Name

Janine King

Date of Defense

7-15-2010

Abstract

The purpose of this research is to examine the use of a mock-up review process in interior design projects to better understand the implications of using such a process within the standard professional practice model. The research consisted of interviewing design professionals who utilize mock-ups as part of their standard of practice. These interviews were centered around two groups - those working in shipbuilding, where mock-ups have a long history, and those working in land-based projects, where mock-up use is rare. Analysis of the interviews indicated a positive relationship between mock-up use and collaboration, innovation, and problem solving. The interviews also brought to light concerns on behalf of all the professionals surveyed about the current practice model in land-based building design and construction projects within the United States. The positive relationships shown in the thesis support further research to explore how mock-ups can be best utilized in interior design.

Identifier

FI14051179

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