Universidad Adolfo Ibañez


Félix Raspall - Rajkumar Velu., Singamneni, S.

Velu, R., Raspall, F., & Singamneni, S. (2019). 3D printing technologies and composite materials for structural applications. Green Composites for Automotive Applications, 171-196. https://doi.org/10.1016/b978-0-08-102177-4.00008-2

Félix Raspall - Arora, M., Cheah, L., Silva, A.

Arora, M., Raspall, F., Cheah, L., & Silva, A. (2019). Residential building material stocks and component-level circularity: The case of Singapore. Journal of Cleaner Production, 216, 239-248. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2019.01.199

Félix Raspall - Chadurvedi Venkatesan, Rajkumar Velu, Nahaad Mohammed Vaheed

Venkatesan, C., Velu, R., Vaheed, N., Raspall, F., Tay, T.-E., & Silva, A. (2020). Effect of process parameters on polyamide-6 carbon fibre prepreg laminated by IR-assisted automated fibre placement. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology, 108(4), 1275-1284. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00170-020-05230-z

Félix Raspall - Rajkumar Velu, Nahaad Mohammed Vaheed, Chadurvedi Venkatesan, Murali Krishnan

Velu, R., Vaheed, N. M., Venkatesan, C., Raspall, F., & Krishnan, M. (2019). Experimental investigation on fabrication of thermoset prepreg composites using automated fibre placement process and 3D printed substrate. Procedia CIRP, 85, 296-301. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procir.2019.09.049

Diego Pinochet

Lee, J.-H. (2019). Making mistakes. Embedding errors in computational design. En Computer-Aided Architectural Design. Hello, Culture (pp. 1-222). MARQ 4. FADEU Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Carolina Pino

Pino, C. (2019). La precariedad como sistema de inteligencia. Hechizos y Encantamientos, UNIACC, Santiago, Chile.

Carolina Pino

Pino, C. (2019). Como avanzar en un sitio peligroso. Taller Leon, Santiago, Chile.

Rodrigo Tisi - Luis Valenzuela - Lucas Helle

For at least two decades, Chile has witnessed intensive processes of urban regeneration, mainly by a densification of vast areas. This article offers a new review of residential densification, not through the lens of building height or architectural massiveness, but rather by considering residential density as an opportunity to introduce circular economy cycles on a local scale. The article supports the hypothesis that a building, with a high concentration of households, is a chance to induce a small- scale alternative, which is less time consuming and demands less coordination than other initiatives that require system-wide innovations. In order to better extract the maximum value from resources, to recover and regenerate products and materials, it seems common-sense to design a process as close as possible to where the resources are used, as well as look into the architectural design of residential buildings and evaluate the degree of needed adaption to transform high density architecture into a local factory of circular economy. Focusing on a single case study in the city of Santiago, as an exercise of adaptation, the aim is to create a waste reducing design, with the possibility of redefining products and services.

Rodrigo Tisi

Museografía y performatividad: instalando el espacio-tiempo del Alero Taira