Resilience can be defined as a transversal condition to different areas and design scales, which expresses the capacity of a system – territorial, urban or building – to absorb changes, reacting and adapting itself in a proactive way to change. The modernity of such concept refers to the socially shared consideration of a severe and increasing fragility of the operating conditions of anthropic and eco-systemic organisms. The renewed challenges, both from an environmental – climate change, hydrogeological risk, energy transition – and social and economic point of view – population growth, urbanization and migration, accessibility and social inclusion – focus their attention towards the technological process and product innovation, at all the design scales. The present volume collects the results of reflection and collective work on “resilient design”, that the Italian Society of Technology of Architecture SITdA proposed to its members, and, in particular, to young members “under 40”, to activate a debate and strengthen the network of possible synergies with the aim of outlining scenarios of change, useful for guiding the future of research in the field. In particular, this contribution, aims at investigate potential operative tools for the resilient adaptation of buildings during the whole lifecycle and beyond.
|Titolo:||Beyond the control of building life cycle. From product to building system|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1 Contributo in volume(Capitolo di libro)|