TECHNE 4 (2012): Social housing
Research and Experimentation

Industrialised constructive systems for residential buildings: the <em>CCCabita</em> system

TECHNE 4 (2012): Social housing

Published 2012-10-28


  • Constructive systems,
  • Social housing,
  • Industrialisation,
  • Metaplanning

How to Cite

Civiero, P. (2012). Industrialised constructive systems for residential buildings: the <em>CCCabita</em> system. TECHNE - Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, (4), 355–365.


The integration between the working reality of the building site, scientific research and industrial production encourages the creation of technological systems capable of providing new forms of housing that meet planning requirements on issues related to sustainability, speed of construction and containment of costs arising from the various demands of the market. Open industrialised systems represent the transposition into the constructive field of technological research in the productive chain and they restore the synthesis on the front of the possibilities of development of industrial systems in construction, ensuring the adoption of the most innovative technical solutions and favouring the wider variability of the different housing models.


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