Stopping to keep moving: on the value of design review meetings

Designing a building is an intensive and significant process. One of the most important activities during such a process is the review of potential solutions for the underlying design problem. During so-called design review meetings, designers, building owners, end-users and other stakeholders come together to reflect on a design proposal, to solve design-related issues and to decide upon following steps. These review meetings can be very resource and time-intensive, and are sometimes considered as tedious or frustrating. There are nevertheless good reasons to conduct these design review meetings. Read more