This book assumes that information is not only a specific principle of digital design, but it is a transversal value of design and its construction. According to this, the need to process, transfer and archive data requires the designer to be able to extrapolate the "structures" of information that have always been essential for communication within the ecosystem of operators responsible for the design and construction phases. Matter, Product, Data can therefore represent specific keywords in regard to artisanal, industrial and digital attitudes in information management within the building process. Such approaches deserve to be investigated with respect to the operational and cognitive transformations taking place in the construction sector, especially in the relationship between the decision-making and executive phases of architecture. Despite the cultural and scientific complexity of the design approach that characterzes the RPBW's work, the book identifies the three different keywords as "tools" to interpret the evolution of the "informative" approach to architecture and its construction, explaining it through the reading of RPBW's works considered exemplary of a "data-driven" design methodology.
Title: Materia Prodotto Dato. Il valore dell'informazione nelle architetture del Renzo Piano Building Workshop
Author(s): Sergio Russo Ermolli, Giuliano Galluccio
Publisher: Maggioli SPA
Year of publication: 04/2021
Book series: Politecnica
Series: Studies and Projects
Language: Italian / English
ISBN code: 8891638922
EAN code: 9788891638922
Sergio Russo Ermolli
Sergio Russo Ermolli Architect, Associate Professor of Architectural Technology at the Department of Architecture of the University of Naples Federico II, member of the Management Committee of SITdA - Italian Society of Architectural Technology, member of the Scientific Council and the College of Teachers of the University Masters "Building Information Modeling and Integrated Sustainable Design" and "Architectural, Urban and Environmental Design and Rehabilitation with the Use of Innovative Technologies" of the University of Naples Federico II, member of the University Task Force (TFDA) "Industry 4.0 and sustainable development", develops researches on the relationship between design and digital innovation in the processes of industrial production and transformation of the built heritage. ?
Associate Professor?of Architectural Technology at the?Department of Architecture, Università?degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.