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id sigradi2017_000
authors Roco Ibaceta, Miguel
year 2017
title Resilience Design
source SIGraDi 2017 [Proceedings of the 21th Conference of the Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics - ISBN: 978-956-227-439-5] Chile, Concepción 22 - 24 November 2017
summary The chosen theme, Resilience Design, evidences the researchers’ concern about issues related to our reality of climate change and natural disasters, associated with the states of vulnerability and risk, having wide effects on society and the way we inhabit territories. These matters are fundamental and highly relevant for the disciplines and in the fields of design and architecture, as they are also important for collaborative work with areas emerging from the arts and human sciences. Thinking about Resilience Design is to set ourselves on new scenarios of reflection and action which, supported by transdisciplinary thinking and collaborative design, allow us to develop a new approach towards our territories and their demands, one that is more contextualized and adjusted to their current and future requirements, a starting point to establish the key elements to drive change in our cities and society. In this sense, technology and digital development, parametric design, the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), in addition to work done with Building Information Modelling (BIM), among many others, have been delivering an enormous amount of tools and possibilities of interaction with living in society, leading to a substantive change in the way of understanding and relating to the built environment and the territories where buildings are sit. This demands a strong commitment to Social Responsibility from our disciplines, besides the necessary landing of cutting-edge technological and digital research and development onto our diverse realities, in order for them to be put at the service of communities in vulnerable environments or with a marked condition of risk, which are subject to constant processes of resilience. Working on Resilience Design allows to support research and productive processes, plus the appearance of new technologies in interdisciplinary contexts, which greatest value is to impact the processes of teaching and professional practice in the different areas related to human habitation. The new professionals will have to take action and immerse themselves into these new scenarios of change and constant adjustment.
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