The alliance between universities, the private sector, the State and local communities becomes a fundamental strategy to channel regional development processes. This approach that interprets SDG 17 has been applied in the research courses of the Architecture Faculty of Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana. In these courses, real problems in specific regions of the national territory serve as a starting point to contribute to the training of the architect from the perspective of social responsibility. Specifically, this text focuses on the Sustainable Environment research course, which took as a case study the corregimiento of Nueva Colonia (Turbo- Colombia) to propose technologies that reconfigure positively urban and rural areas. These technologies are proposed as a response to the social, cultural, and economic realities and the conditions that govern construction activity in the region. Based on participatory design as a workingmethod, students design tools that allow collecting information about the perception that the community has of their territory with the purpose of determining basic design guidelines defined collaboratively to provide solutions to the habitat and the built environment.
These guidelines derive mainly from a reflection on technology in the construction of social housing, socio-environmental relationships, and their
repercussions for the sustainable configuration of the built environment. To achieve this goal, students research on eco-efficient materials and local waste
that can be used as construction material or raw material, and which are preliminarily evaluated using circularity and life cycle criteria. In this sense,
this text seeks to highlight specific results of eco-efficient materials and waste from the banana industry.
|Título traducido de la contribución
|Lógicas en los procesos constructivos para la configuración social del hábitat. Nueva Colonia, Turbo, Colombia.
|Número de artículo
|Número de páginas
|Frontiers in Built Environment
|Publicada - 2023
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