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A radical bioecological paradigm for design technologies with a transdisciplinary approach

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The essay is part of the more contemporary scientific and cultural debate on transdisciplinary Nexus such as the FEW, promoted by the Belmont Forum and Ket's applied to Advanced Sustainable Design, experimental areas on the habitat of human settlements and the impact response, for the role that innovative design technologies can play. Little known in the architectural literature, the parallelism between biology and architecture already exists in the literature on biology and in its ecological declinations. Just as eco-technologies, applied to the sustainability of the project and the production of flows and materials, need a “radical redefinition”.

Original languageEnglish
Publication statusAccepted for publication - 2 Nov 2020


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