Improving Resilience through Flexibility: Strategies to Long-life Quality Housing

Cellucci, Cristiana (2021) Improving Resilience through Flexibility: Strategies to Long-life Quality Housing. In: Advanced Aspects of Engineering Research Vol. 15. B P International, pp. 131-142. ISBN 978-93-91215-95-8

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This work intends to analyze the flexibility to improve the adaptability to the users and to define some strategies to delay building obsolescence. If flexibility is defined as the ability of a system to be easily modified and to respond to user needs in a timely and effective manner, then it can be considered an antidote to obsolescence and a characteristic of the system that ensures the extension of its life cycle over time. The research proposes the project strategies aimed at ensuring the survival over time of the building, thanks to the ability to implement several cycles of use of the building, confront the ability to reconfigure the internal structure and intervene in a simplified way on the technological system that governs the space.

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Date Deposited: 30 Oct 2023 04:53
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