Well-being, Digital Design, Information Technology, Integral Manufacturing, Robotic fabricat
Architecture | Business | Life Sciences | Medicine and Health Sciences
Nowadays, thanks to technological development and knowledge, digital design has assumed a fundamental role in building human's well-being. No longer a mere functional element, today it is an interdisciplinary tool par excellence in the construction of new forms of relationship between human and his vital context. The process of design is subject of many studies in the field of psychology or social science or technologies. Its wealth is based on its complexity and the variety of operating conditions that include during its progress. This paper studies how it is possible for digital design and fabrication technologies to promote human well-being with the aim of responding to the needs of every human being, understood first as a person and not as an anonymous user. With the great development of technology, digital design and robotics are gaining potential to be explored in the merging process of digital fabrication. An investigation on computer aided integrated design and production using advanced automated tools aims to provide integral solutions for the design and production of geometrically complex forms merged with machines restrictions that could serve as potential design parameters. Beyond functionality, comfort and technology, the objective is to proposes a conscious and creative dimension of living, offering an anti-stress formula for the design and daily management of the space. The paper will conclude by considering open issues and future work in the development of digital design approaches for human well-being.
KHOURY, CHADI Assistant professor, Faculty of Architecture – Design & Built Environment
"DIGITAL DESIGN AND FABRICATION TECHNOLOGIES TOPROMOTE VALUES OF HUMAN WELL-BEING,"
BAU Journal - Health and Wellbeing: Vol. 1
, Article 30.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.bau.edu.lb/hwbjournal/vol1/iss3/30