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2018, vol. 10, br. 3, str. 183-200
Faktor participacije u održivosti nakon tehnoestetizma i ekološke modernizacije
Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Department of Architecture, Puebla, Mexico

e-adresagomarink@yahoo.com
Ključne reči: faktor participacije u održivosti; stambena arhitektura; elemental
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Disperzivno tumačenje ekoloških tema u arhitekturi stvara osnov za konfuziju i kontradiktornosti svojstvene izazovima održivog. Odnos između održivosti i njenog prezentovanja u arhitekturi je problematičan. U savremenoj arhitektonskoj praksi termin održivosti je često nešto više od modernog izraza ili pogodne reči. Analiziranjem bezbrojnih projekata, članaka i knjiga na temu održivog projektovanja, očigledno je da je održiva arhitektura inkorporirala nepotrebno ograničenu i neadekvatnu konceptualizaciju ekologije društva. U cilju prevazilaženja ove deduktivne logike održive arhitekture, ovaj rad ima dva cilja. Prvo, istražuje različite ideje ekološke održivosti. Ovaj rad tvrdi da se u osnovi moraju revidirati fokus i obim rasprave o održivoj arhitekturi. Kao drugo, kroz rad Čileanskih arhitekata Elemental-a, ovaj rad razjašnjava pitanja procesa projektovanja u izgradnji stambenih jedinica poštujući praksu participacije članova zajednice i istražuje proces projektovanja stanovanja u kontekstu društveno-ekoloških aspekata. Kroz konkretisanje argumenta, ovaj rad istražuje najdominantnije interpretacije ekoloških i društvenih karakteristika u arhitektonskom procesu projektovanja stanovanja.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/SAJ1803183M
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