The research aims to give a response to the emergency housing that occurs after catastrophic events by proposing a low-cost solution through innovative constructions. The illustrated solution - based on a living module composed by four adjacent sections that can be connected to each other or to new ones - combines the concepts of minimum and affordability with those of efficiency and sustainability.

Sustainability and innovation in constructions intended for emergency housing.

Santi Maria Cascone
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Giuseppe Russo;Nicoletta Tomasello
2019

Abstract

The research aims to give a response to the emergency housing that occurs after catastrophic events by proposing a low-cost solution through innovative constructions. The illustrated solution - based on a living module composed by four adjacent sections that can be connected to each other or to new ones - combines the concepts of minimum and affordability with those of efficiency and sustainability.
Catastrophic events, Emergency housing, Innovation, Sustainability, Modularity
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