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The transformations created about the design activity by the several challenges started by the economic crisis, climate change and environmental emergencies, together with the impact of the Web and ICT on social and productive systems, highlight many critical issues, but also significant prospects for updating concerning places, forms, contents and operating methods of "making architecture", at all levels and scales. These challenges point out the need to review the cultural and technical significance of design, according to its repositioning within the processes of anthropogenic transformation of territories and cities. In this context, the cultural tradition and disciplinary identity of Architectural Technology provide visions and effective operating practices characterized by new ways of managing and controlling the process with the definition of roles, skills and contents related to the production chains of the circular economy/green and to real and virtual performance simulations: from GIS/BIM systems to Industrial Mass Customization, from Off-site Manufacturing 2.0 to robotics and Industry 4.0, up to On-site Production and 3D Printing. The volume collects the results of the remarks and research and experimentation work of members of SITdA - Italian Society of Architectural Technology, outlining scenarios of change useful for orienting the future of research concerning the raising of the quality of the project and of the construction and for the rethinking of the forms of knowledge and the statutes of the project, within a broad and open comparison in the various institutional, political and technical contexts.

Producing Projects
Massimo Lauria, Elena Mussinelli, Fabrizio Tucci
Maggioli SPA
Studi e Progetti

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