The research topic revolves around the experimentation of graphene, a bi-dimensional material discovered in 2004 at the University of Manchester, which promises to revolutionize the scientific world, passing through sciences and disciplines, sometimes tangent sometimes more distant from each other. From a global perspective, the research focuses on the descriptive and critical study of graphene as a high-tech, performing, versatile material with interesting potential to investigate its scientific knowledge at an academic level. In detail, this material study will verify the graphene implications in building construction and its plausible effects on architectural design, through design experimentation and in the laboratory, by prototyping a graphene-based application together with building material. The research evolves within a bipartite configuration and operates between Academia and the business company, contributing to the increasingly synergistic dialogue between the two fields of action and combining resources and scientific knowledge for common purposes.
Keywords: graphene, material investigation, experimental research