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This volume is a contribution to the design of the habitat and it is inserted in the wake of the instances that characterize the new operating phase of architecture. Rethinking habitat means sinking the roots in a culture ?revolutionary' but that does not deny what preesiste and that focuses nature and man in a complex game of interactions that give life to its material construction, the artifacts. Digital thought, as opposed to conventional thought and the stabilizing force of normality, plays an important role in this context. At the end of the age of certainties begins the era of the global computer space that allows architecture to imagine changing, temporary, self-generating spaces, in accordance with the aspirations of the communities and in harmony with the vital and natural cycles.

Title: Rethinking Habitat. Re-Generative Design as inhabiting project methodology in the culture of network

Author(s): Antonella Falotico

Publisher: Maggioli SPA

Year of publication: 10/2020

Pages: 290

Book series: Politecnica

Series: Tecnologia

Topic: Architettura

Language: Italiano / Inglese

ISBN code: 8891638809

EAN code: 97888916438809

Antonella Falotico

Architect, University Researcher in the Department of Architecture of the University of Naples Federico II. She carries out research on technological innovation in relation to the connection between project and digital innovation in the processes of industrial production and transformation of the distributed building stock with particular reference to low impact systems. Further area of interest, developed in recent institutional and applied research programmes for third parties, is the governance of the processes of transformation and development of habitats with particular reference to the disciplines of Technological Design for the Environment and practices of collaborative and regenerative design.

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