Improving Resilience through Flexibility: Strategies to Long-life Quality Housing

This project aims to examine flexibility in order to improve adaptation to users and to identify some ways for delaying building obsolescence. If flexibility is defined as a system’s ability to be readily adjusted and respond to user needs in a timely and effective manner, it may be thought of as an antidote to obsolescence and a feature of the system that guarantees the system’s life cycle is extended throughout time. This project aims to examine flexibility in order to improve adaptation to users and to identify some ways for delaying building obsolescence. If flexibility is defined as a system’s ability to be readily adjusted and respond to user needs in a timely and effective manner, it may be thought of as an antidote to obsolescence and a feature of the system that guarantees the system’s life cycle is extended throughout time.

Author (S) Details

Cristiana Cellucci
Department of Planning, Design, and Technology of Architecture, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy.

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