TECHNE 1 (2011): Beyond the crisis
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Architectural quality: innovation, technological research and design

TECHNE 1 (2011): Beyond the crisis
Published April 19, 2011
Keywords
  • Innovation,
  • Architectural design,
  • Life cycle approach,
  • Cooperation and partnership
How to Cite
Campioli, A. (2011). Architectural quality: innovation, technological research and design. TECHNE - Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, 1(1), 62-69. https://doi.org/10.13128/Techne-9436

Abstract

Architectural redevelopment and the revival of the construction sector are conditional on the incentivisation and bolstering of innovation processes. Thus the partial declensions that have been attached to these processes over the last few years have seen research and experimentation being tailored to the spectacularisation of shapes or the hidden performance optimisation of materials and components. Genuine improvement in the quality of architecture and its construction in this day and age depends on the abilities of designers to adopt the entire life cycle of buildings as a reference framework and on the willingness of all those working in the construction supply chain to activate virtuous cooperation.

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