Technology and green measures to a resilient architecture

  • Santina Di Salvo University of Palermo
Keywords: resilient architecture, materials, sustainability

Abstract

The scope of the effects that climate change implies in different territories requires a rethink of the current approach to the city’s design. The new orientation is directed towards resilient design (from Latin to resilient) that is sustainable, agile and anti-fragile that can withstand current crises. The article focuses on the fundamental role of technology in the construction of microclimate mitigation.

Author Biography

Santina Di Salvo, University of Palermo

Architect and Researcher of Architectural Technology at the Department of Architecture. Her interests are mainly focused on the enhancement of cultural Heritage and building Heritage through the use of innovative technologies, with particular attention to energy efficiency, the maintenance of living comfort and the improvement of social inclusion, to which he has dedicated articles published in national and international scientific journals.
E-mail: santina.disalvo@unipa.it

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Published
2017-06-30
How to Cite
Di Salvo, S. (2017) “Technology and green measures to a resilient architecture”, AGATHÓN | International Journal of Architecture, Art and Design, 1(online), pp. 89-94. doi: 10.19229/2464-9309/1142017.
Section
Architecture | Essays & Viewpoint
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