The system under development is based on constructive simplicity, in order to allow an easy assembly that can be performed by the common user.
This will allow the user to respond quickly and efficiently to changes in the behaviour of the domestic group, as well as to situations of immediate need resulting from unforeseen circumstances.
The constructive process is modular and adapts to most pre-existing situations, allowing successive assembling and disassembling, and its application in another space.
All the elements that make up the system are reused, which is a factor where the ecological footprint is effectively reduced.
This ensures minimal waste and a circular economic circuit that continues after the end of the useful life of its components since the material used allows its future reuse.
The current study resulted in the execution of functional prototypes, built in places where their use is real. It was thus possible to test its functionality and durability, assessing and improving its weaknesses, so it might result in a patented product made available to the public.
Based on the results, papers were presented at the ENHR2022 (European Housing Research Network) conference, held from August 30 to September 2, 2022, and at the SDB22 (Sustainable and Digital Building 2022) congress, held from October 27 to 28, 2022.