Emergency: innovative prefabricated construction components for an eco-solidarity architecture

Adriana Scarlet Sferra

Abstract


Architecture going back to meeting real needs entails social commitment, responding to the housing emergency caused by phenomena such as increasing urbanization and migration, environmental issues; furthermore through use of modest resources which induce to reflexions on the context within which a project may translate itself into reality. A context which has seen the building sector come out of the economic crisis, starting with industry 4.0, using new tools and techniques: digitization processes, prefabrication, as well as a new Procurement Code. A brief summary of the technical results and innovations of process and product achieved through a research between the PDTA Department of the Sapienza of Rome and a family business type enterprise operating also in the earthquake struck areas. 

 


Keywords


emergency; environmental sustainability; industry 4.0; family business; prefabricated components in reinforced EPS

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Techne-20788



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