C. RESEARCH by DESIGN - definition

Research by design is any kind of inquiry in which design is a substantial part of the research process.
In research by design, the architectural design process forms a pathway through which new insights, knowledge, practices or products come into being.
Research by design generates critical inquiry through design work that may include realized projects, proposals, possible realities or alternatives.
Research by design produces forms of output and discourse proper to disciplinary practice, verbal and non-verbal, that make it discussable, accessible and useful to peers and others.
Research by design is validated through peer review by panels of experts who collectively cover the range of disciplinary competencies addressed by the work

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