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Temporary shelter design from a digital-analog design process: Habitable emergent solution for operational resilience


Lemus Villagómez, Renato Arturo ; Lobato Valdespino, Juan Carlos ;


This work proposes an emerging habitable solution for families with children receiving attention in a public hospital, which do not include a shelter service for them. In this case of study, an informal settlement has grown for years in the surroundings of the hospital. The phenomenon is identified and analyzed, the variables activating the resilience systems and the self-organization capacities of those affected, to generate alternative solutions within an evolved vision that improve the emotional and habitability conditions of the families living in the settlement. The methodological process is composed of five stages: Diagnosis, analysis-synthesis, design determinants and design alternatives.



Palavras-chave: Shelter; Emergence; Resilient; Design, Fab-Lab,

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DOI: 10.5151/sigradi2018-1519

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Lemus Villagómez, Renato Arturo; Lobato Valdespino, Juan Carlos; "Temporary shelter design from a digital-analog design process: Habitable emergent solution for operational resilience", p. 1264-1271 . In: . São Paulo: Blucher, 2018.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/sigradi2018-1519

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