The change in life rhythms and styles of the contemporary society has brought to a parallel change in the housing features, entrusting a more and more important role to night and day living buildings. Commercial premises, fitness and sport centers, cinemas and theatres, nurseries and meeting areas, offices and administrative services are located in macro-structures, where, with an accelerated cadence, the individual is brought to spend the whole day, putting in diubt the role of the traditional housing spaces. Starting from the accurate study of the functional and constructive features of the three buildings mentioned, ther paper aims to allow a wider consideration about social structures, unstable balancing between fiction and reality to be, for which innovation, technology and sustainability have a preference valence.

Living in social buildings

FASCIA, FLAVIA;
2004

Abstract

The change in life rhythms and styles of the contemporary society has brought to a parallel change in the housing features, entrusting a more and more important role to night and day living buildings. Commercial premises, fitness and sport centers, cinemas and theatres, nurseries and meeting areas, offices and administrative services are located in macro-structures, where, with an accelerated cadence, the individual is brought to spend the whole day, putting in diubt the role of the traditional housing spaces. Starting from the accurate study of the functional and constructive features of the three buildings mentioned, ther paper aims to allow a wider consideration about social structures, unstable balancing between fiction and reality to be, for which innovation, technology and sustainability have a preference valence.
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