[RESILIENTE HOUSE] Design strategies for promoting resilience in social housing from post-occupancy evaluation methods

[RESILIENTE HOUSE] Design strategies for promoting resilience in social housing from post-occupancy evaluation methods

[Institutes] Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo e Design (FAUeD) – Universidade Federal de Uberlândia; Instituto de Geografia (IG) – Universidade Federal de Uberlândia, Faculdade de Computação (FACOM) – Universidade Federal de Uberlândia.
[Period] 
2022 – 2025 (36 meses)
[Financing] 
BOLSA PRODUTIVIDADE EM PESQUISA – CNPQ
[Divulgation] SITE CASA RESILIENTE

[Resume] Resilience in the built environment is understood in this research as the ability of the environment to adapt to different impacts over time, being a fundamental aspect to raise the quality of social housing (SH), since it is directly linked to the concepts of sustainability, vulnerability and adaptive capacity. In the context of typological standardization and low architectural quality of these houses in Brazil, resilience is an essential quality for spaces, which often have to adapt to socioeconomic, environmental and physical difficulties imposed over time. These are potential threats that appear both as interruptions (over short time horizons) and as diffuse and slow threats (over longer periods of time). Such impacts have been faced by residents, in general, with improvisations and difficulties. The absence of adequate technical assistance and the lack of access to quality technical information to carry out interventions in the houses, have increased their vulnerability, notably in single-family horizontal social housing (story houses). In this sense, the research presented here continues the project “[BER_HOME] Resilience in the built environment in social housing: technologically advanced evaluation methods” and aims to identify and provide design strategies for reforms and interventions in single-family horizontal social housing units, aiming at promoting their resilience. From the survey, the information will be intended for users (architects/service providers and residents) and made available in a multiplatform digital environment (WEB and applications for mobile devices). The design strategies will be identified through performance evaluation and post-occupancy in a case study. The research will use the hypothetical-deductive method supported by Design Science Research, which has as its principle the creation of artifacts as a result, creating solutions for existing systems. The artifacts developed will be: ARTIFACT 1: set of instruments for assessing resilience in social housing; ARTIFACT 2 – collaborative and guiding digital platform, which proposes user-oriented resilience design strategies. Both artifacts will be developed based on a methodology based on: (i) bibliographic research – verifying the state of the art with a literature review that critically conceptualizes approached concepts; (ii) referential research – through the survey of previous research results; (iv) empirical research – with the observational study in a case study; (v) purposeful research – with the development and testing of artifacts. With the results obtained, it is intended to provide design information to the agents involved in the production of HS in Brazil, notably designers and users, in order to foster effective strategies to promote more resilient and sustainable housing. Finally, it is intended to contribute to the fulfillment of the global agendas New Urban Agenda – Habitat III – and Sustainable Development Goals – AGENDA 2030 (SDG 1, 10 and 11), and to promote the production of knowledge in the area of ​​Technical Assistance for Housing of Social Interest guiding professional practice and its improvement, disseminating knowledge and/or exchanging experiences with a view to disseminating, developing, implementing and strengthening Federal Law No. 11,888/2008. This proposal adheres to the area: Technologies for Sustainable Development.

[Keywords] social housing; resilience in the built environment; post-occupancy evaluation; tecnologic innovation; user-oriented design; technical assistance.

[Staff]
Coordenador: Profª Drª Simone Barbosa Villa– PPGAU-FAUeD-UFU
Prof. Drª Beatriz Ribeiro Soares – IG-UFU
Prof. Dr. Flávio de Oliveira Silva – PPGCO-FACOM/UFU

[Students]
Karen Carrer Ruman de Bortoli – Doutoranda PPGEO-IG/UFU
Melina Nunes Oliveira – Mestranda PPGAU/FAUeD/UFU
Bruna Cristina Martins  – Mestranda PPGAU/FAUeD/UFU
Lamonise Vasconcelos Oliveira – Mestranda PPGAU/FAUeD/UFU
Isadora Caetano Pena – Graduanda FAUeD/UFU
Juliana Gomes Faria – Graduanda FAUeD/UFU

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