A Systemic Approach toward Ecosystem Evolution in Architecture Design
The increasing complexity of architectonic procedures demands a re-elaboration of the design methodology, incorporating emerging phenomena of extensive holistic fields. As a human oriented and ecological responsive activity, architecture should target three main poles: adaptation, evolution and regeneration. The operational branches, in which architecture acts, are identified by three complementary non-hierarchical moments: 1)Strategic, referring to an inductive proposition of criteria; structuring procedures; 2)Proto-typical, by making machine models, the dynamic transitions are integrated into procedures of manipulation of inputs and outputs; 3) Testing, advance the notification of expected performances; inform and get informed the adopted systems; calibrate the strategy and the machine behaviors. The parallel coordination of this approach leads to an intelligent programming, which explores scenarios in speculative fields where the action of different forces, elements, programs, negotiations, cooperation, exchanges, etc. are simulated in order to foresee through prototypes the potential evolution, adaptation and regeneration related to specific sites.
||Architecture Design, Systemic Approach, Ecosystem Behavior
The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 4, Issue 5, pp.115-122.
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Architect, Environmental Designer, Barcelona, Spain
Berardo Matalucci finished a Master in Advanced Architecture (IaaC) in “Self-Sufficiency” in Barcelona, Spain in 2007. He got the Degree in Architectural Engineering – Architecture (2003) at the Univ. of L’Aquila (Italy). Along with the academic activities, he has been involved in several architectonic projects, tutoring and workshop activities. He got several scholarships and published some projects. He focused his interest and professional activity into the landscaping and the research of new methodology of design strategy.
Architect, Querétaro, Mexico
Guillermo I. López Domínguez, Architect (ITESM 2003) and composer (UAQ 2003) born in Querétaro, México in 1980. In 2006 finished a Master in Art: Studies of Modern and Contemporary Art (UAQ) and in 2007 the Master in Advanced Architecture (IaaC) in Barcelona, Spain. Along with the academic activities, he has been involved in several architectonic projects.
As a musician, has performed live his electronic music and his scores have been played by different performers.
Architect, Barcelona, Spain
Fabiano Spano, is a young Italian architect working and researching on new design and urban planning strategies based on principles of environmental sustainability and energetic self sufficiency.
Master Advanced architecture “Self Sufficiency” (IAAC, Barcelona, 2007). Architecture degree (IUAV, Venice, 2005).
Engineer, Barcelona, Spain
Enrico Crobu is a Building Engineer from Italy that is working and researching on environmental issue and energetically sustainable building issue.
Master Advanced architecture “Self Sufficiency” (IAAC, Barcelona, 2007). Engeener degree (UNICA, Cagliari, 2004).
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