TECHNE 5 (2013): Environment emergency
Essays and Viewpoint
Responsiveness, adaptability, transformability: the new quality requirements of the built environment
Published May 13, 2013
- Built environment,
- Technological-environmental design,
- Quality requirements
How to Cite
Angelucci, F., Di Sivo, M., & Ladiana, D. (2013). Responsiveness, adaptability, transformability: the new quality requirements of the built environment. TECHNE - Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, (5), 53-59. https://doi.org/10.13128/Techne-12801
AbstractIn light of the recently emerged situation of resource shortage, a reasonably 'sustainable' recovery process and qualification of the built environment can be realized at various scales and levels of intervention, only through returning to the project’s inter-systemic and performance based concept.
In this sense, a significant contribution can be made by the technological planning field, from defining the resilience of a complex socio-ecological system, interpreted as «dynamic capacity of adaptation and reorganization as a result of a change», through interpreting the attitudes of responsiveness, adaptability and transformability as necessary requirements to be able to achieve the integrated quality of settlement systems.
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