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Participation processes and post-occupancy evaluations. Aporias of domestic space between design and existence
Journal Title: SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE 
Author/s: Paola Veronica Dell’Aira 
Year:  2017 Issue: 112 Language: Italian 
Pages:  10 Pg. 83-92 FullText PDF:  187 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SUR2017-112009
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Theoretical concepts, projects and realizations, treated in the article, after more than a century of evidence relating to "participation" of the architectural project, are intended to bring a renewed attention to the theme of the inscrutability of the individual dimension of life. The author reflects on the complexity, often mysterious, of the domestic universe, addressing criticism towards the prescriptive "modern project", today, more than ever, inadequate to deal with the plurality of the "ways of life" and with the extreme articulation of demand for housing.
Keywords: Keywords: open source work, paradigms of participation, social design, existentialism, space anthropomorphism, post-occupancy evaluation.

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Paola Veronica Dell’Aira, Participation processes and post-occupancy evaluations. Aporias of domestic space between design and existence in "SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE" 112/2017, pp. 83-92, DOI:10.3280/SUR2017-112009

   

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