The last twenty years have seen, especially for residential buildings, the development and prototyping of several digitally
manufactured light timber frame construction systems, that take advantage of digital fabrication techniques for the entire
construction process, from design to construction. Today, there is a pressing need to provide spatial configurations that let users
modify the internal distribution according to the changing of their needs over time. Following this research path, the proposed work
aims to verify the degree of changeability and reversibility of these systems. These systems are compared in relation to the specific
construction solutions adopted, the fabrication and assembly process used, the amount and variety of variables that affect the
project workflow and other parameters. The results converge in a table that highlights the advantageous and the negative aspects
which facilitate or affect the assembly - disassembly process and the flexibility of the systems to meet the changing needs of users.