This group promotes research into new models of collective housing that provide a response to current social needs in terms of the development and evolution of the urban metropolis and habitat. The aim behind this is to build affordable basic housing which provides dignified and healthy living conditions.
Information and Communication Technologies have meant the advent of new systems to improve the use of space, the environment, as well as increase the efficiency of consumption and energy resources.
The interdisciplinary crossover between architecture and these areas of knowledge provides an opportunity that implies great potential for innovation.
The hARQware Home Chair, which is committed to society and wellbeing, has received support from the VOPI 4 Group, a solid and experienced business group which offers comprehensive construction services. These services focus on new construction and refurbishment, and include buildings used for housing, offices, hotels, industrial buildings, biomedical and health sciences buildings, public facilities and parking lots.