Typological and technological innovation for the application of hybrid systems to housing construction: between technological culture and application testing

Elena Mussinelli, Andrea Tartaglia, Joseph Di Pasquale


The research tools used in the field of technology to elaborate development trend data in prefigurate terms and the undertaking of construction of planning scenarios are here applied to the evolution of housing demands and to the rapidly changing, correlated requirement framework. Thus, the development of a research that, in the first phase proposes a theoretical framework of reference for the development of building construction, aims to reduce critical issues related to actual production models. This basis has then led to the establishment of a second step in research that, instead, aims to identifying potential practical ramifications and operative opportunities to innovate both process and product.


innovation project and building production; project culture and evolution of housing demands; hybrid technologies

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Techne-19732

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