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Designing Resilience

Designing Resilience

Autori (edited by) Maria Teresa Lucarelli, Elena Mussinelli, Laura Daglio, Mattia Federico Leone
Editore Maggioli Editore
Formato Ebook
Dimensione Ebook in pdf
Pagine 342
Pubblicazione Giugno 2019 (I Edizione)
ISBN / EAN 8891635983 / 9788891635983
Collana Politecnica

edited by Maria Teresa Lucarelli, Elena Mussinelli, Laura Daglio, Mattia Federico Leone

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Il volume raccoglie i risultati di un lavoro collettivo che ha coinvolto i soci della Società Italiana di Tecnologia dell’Architettura SITdA e in particolar modo i giovani studiosi e dottorandi sui temi della progettazione resiliente, attraverso uno strumento di visioning, La Future Search Conference, mutuata dalle tecniche della progettazione partecipata.
Si tratta di un ambito di grande attualità che investiga come un sistema territoriale urbano o edilizio sia in grado di adattarsi ai cambiamenti e di reagire con capacità proattiva.
L’innovazione tecnologica di processo e di prodotto è infatti chiamata ad affrontare le nuove urgenti sfide ambientali ma anche sociali ed economiche poste dal cambiamento climatico, dal rischio idrogeologico, dalla transizione energetica e dalla crescita dell’urbanesimo e della migrazione.


This book collects the results of a collective research work that involved the associates of the Italian Society of Architectural technology (SITdA) and in particular the young academics and PhD students on the themes of Resilient Design. The activity employed a visioning tool, the Future Conference, borrowed from the techniques of participatory design. 
It is a topic of great relevance investigating how a building, urban or landscape system can adapt to changes and to react with a proactive capacity. 
Technological innovation and design of process and product are thus required to tackle with the new urgent environmental, as well as social and economic challenges posed by climate change, hydrogeological risks, energy transition, growing population and migratory phenomena.

Maria Teresa Lucarelli, full professor of Architectural Technology, Department of Architecture dArTe, Università degli Studi Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria.
Elena Mussinelli, full professor of Architectural Technology, Department of Architecture, Built environment and Construction engineering ABC, Politecnico di Milano.
Laura Daglio, associate professor of Architectural Technology, Department of Architecture, Built environment and Construction engineering ABC, Politecnico di Milano.
Mattia Federico Leone, senior researcher of Architectural Technology, Department of Architecture DiARC, University of Naples Federico I.

Preface
Mario Losasso
Designing resilience and participation: a desirable synergy
Maria Teresa Lucarelli 
Participatory design to assist scientific research
Andrea Pillon
A new, young “investigative community” within the discipline of Architectural Technology
Laura Daglio
1 Research Cluster on resilience 
1.1 Adaptation vs fragility, rule vs exception: antinomies of the architectural heritage
Maria Luisa Germanà, Vincenzo Paolo Bagnato 
1.2 Accessibility, between technology and social background
Christina Conti, Valeria Tatano
1.3 The energy dimension in the design for building and urban resilience
Fabrizio Tucci, Carol Monticelli
1.4 Resilience and technological innovation: new trends in research
Ernesto Antonini, Francesca Giglio, Massimo Rossetti 
1.5 Resilient practices for a new culture of environmental design
Oscar Eugenio Bellini, Marina Rigillo 
1.6 Regeneration and resilience: strategies to close the loop for the future of the built environment
Maria Rita Pinto, Cinzia Talamo, Serena Viola, Giancarlo Paganin 
1.7 Social, economic and environmental sustainability in planning community services
Tiziana Ferrante, Andrea Tartaglia, Maddalena Coccagna 
1.8 Design for living: strategy and tactics to face changes
Massimo Perriccioli, Elisabetta Ginelli 
2 Contributions from an “investigating community” 
2.1 Principles of resilience in the Technological design culture
Donatella Radogna, Salvatore Viscuso 
2.1.1 The sense of the words
Maria Canepa, Chiara Piccardo 
2.1.2 Resilience and sustainability
Anna Cantini, Carlotta Mazzola, Manuela Romano 
2.1.3 Performance-based approach and upgrade of the categories of demand
Simona Casciaro, Cristina Fiore, Daniele Iori, Ilaria Montella
2.1.4 Regeneration and prevention in the system approach
Lia Marchi, Roberto Pennacchio, Francesca Thiébat 
References
2.2 Design and strategies for the resilient project 
Antonella Violano, Gianluca Pozzi
2.2.1 Resilience monitoring at the urban and territorial scale
Silvia Cesari, Sara Codarin, Sara Ganassali 
2.2.2 Beyond the control of building life cycle. From product to building system
Marta Calzolari, Anna Dalla Valle, Valentina Frighi, Caterina C. Musarella
2.2.3 Incentive instruments and tools 
Serena Giorgi, Giovanna Maria La Face, Giuseppina Vespa 
2.2.4 Technological transfer
Davide Cerati, Margherita Ferrari 
2.2.5 Training: soft-technology for design
Lorenzo Savio, Santa Spanò, Silvia Tedesco
References 
2.3 Data, information, knowledge for the design 
Stefano Bellintani, Valeria Cecafosso
2.3.1 Tools and data in the interconnected city for an enhanced planning
Alberto Celani, Viola Fabi, Anastasiia Sedova
2.3.2 Widespread information and tools for the design and management of the built environment
Nazly Atta, Alessia Spirito, Flavia Trebicka
References
2.4 Networks of consciousness
MariaAntonia Barucco, Laura Calcagnini 
2.4.1 The network for the project of prevention and ex-post dynamics
Francesca Paoloni, Rossella Roversi
2.4.2 The network as a tool for dialogue and the construction of new knowledge
Daniele Boni, Alessia Caruso
References 
2.5 The link between resilience and participation. Perspectives of technological research
Filippo Angelucci, Mattia Federico Leone
2.5.1 The quality of the project beyond standards
Valentina De Paolis, Jenine Principe 
2.5.2 New approaches for the management of common goods in urban environments
Chiara Agosti, Martina Bosone, Giovanni Castaldo
2.5.3 The new professionals training in participatory processes and the role of technological culture in the urban project
Martina Block, Gianluca Danzi, Carmen Rauccio
2.5.4 Principles and subjects for a participative environmental design
Federica Dell’Acqua, Gianpiero Venturini
References
Prospects for a “resilient” research
Elena Mussinelli


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