Technology and green measures to a resilient architecture
Keywords:resilient architecture, materials, sustainability
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.
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