The term “soft architecture” defines an urban design strategy that opposes to systems which are static, permanent and hard. The strategy implies the adoption of a not traditional scalar approach which involves multiple specializations and the introduction of new design parameters. It starts at the material scale, with the connection the encounter establishes with it and it ends outlining new relations and mutable adaptive models, that define novel urban architectural transformations. A new soft strategy that like a dress it’s placed on the skin of the city and it changes depending on social, temporal and climatic needs. The resulting design produced by this approach has an artistic soul influenced by the use of architectural technology and of artificial intelligence networks.

Architettura morbida

Dajla Riera
2019

Abstract

The term “soft architecture” defines an urban design strategy that opposes to systems which are static, permanent and hard. The strategy implies the adoption of a not traditional scalar approach which involves multiple specializations and the introduction of new design parameters. It starts at the material scale, with the connection the encounter establishes with it and it ends outlining new relations and mutable adaptive models, that define novel urban architectural transformations. A new soft strategy that like a dress it’s placed on the skin of the city and it changes depending on social, temporal and climatic needs. The resulting design produced by this approach has an artistic soul influenced by the use of architectural technology and of artificial intelligence networks.
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