This essay summarizes the issues focused by the authors during these conferences: Inhabiting the Future. International Conference, Naples, 12-13 December 2012 and Utopias and dystopias in landscape and cultural mosaic. Visions Values Vulnerability, International Scientific Conference, Udine, 27-28 June 2013. In this essay authors focus on the definition of the “resilience of complex social-ecological systems” explicated by Crawford Holling and Brian Walker about three attributes that govern the system’s dynamics. According to this definition resilience is no longer the singular property of a system, but instead, together with adaptability and transformability, one of the fundamental attributes governing the dynamics of complex social-ecological systems (including the urban or territorial landscape). This position, is particularly interesting to the identification of a new possible role for technological disciplines of architecture in approaching the question of the quality-liveability of the urban environment.

A Technological Design for a Resilient Urban Habitat/Un progetto tecnologico per l'habitat urbano resiliente

DI SIVO, MICHELE
2015-01-01

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This essay summarizes the issues focused by the authors during these conferences: Inhabiting the Future. International Conference, Naples, 12-13 December 2012 and Utopias and dystopias in landscape and cultural mosaic. Visions Values Vulnerability, International Scientific Conference, Udine, 27-28 June 2013. In this essay authors focus on the definition of the “resilience of complex social-ecological systems” explicated by Crawford Holling and Brian Walker about three attributes that govern the system’s dynamics. According to this definition resilience is no longer the singular property of a system, but instead, together with adaptability and transformability, one of the fundamental attributes governing the dynamics of complex social-ecological systems (including the urban or territorial landscape). This position, is particularly interesting to the identification of a new possible role for technological disciplines of architecture in approaching the question of the quality-liveability of the urban environment.
Angelucci, Filippo; DI SIVO, Michele
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