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  • Strategies for spatial and technological flexibility

    Cristiana Cellucci; Michele Di Sivo (2014)
    The design of housing sys- tems is today challenged by a highly uncertain context, dominated by the rapid development of functional and technological obsolescence in inherited housing models. The design of housing systems should first and foremost optimise the longevity of the sub-systems and be able to offset the process of obsolescence which is concomitant to both the current use of materials and components devised to fail after a short period, and to rigid spatial models that are incapable...

    A multi-layer approach to urban re generation: energy efficiency and comfort condition optimization

    Andrea Boeri; Jacopo Gaspari (2015)
    The paper provides an overview of the key elements of a research project focused on the development of a multilayer platform aimed at supporting regeneration process at district scale particularly for what concerns the improvement of comfort conditions. The paper describes the adopted methodologies and the main stages in which the research is organized. The backbone of the multi-layer platform is described according to the purpose and to the expected impacts. The role of the tool and of ICT i...

    Interview with Michelangelo Russo

    Sergio Russo Ermolli (2014)

    An evaluation tool to support strategical evaluations for the reclamation and reuse of dismissed sites

    Francesca Thiebat (2016)
    Dismissed architectures and urban voids are often considered revitalization chances for the cities. At the same time they are an urban problem, tied to structural crisis and social decay. The research take on the relationship between the safeguard of historical industrial buildings and new needs in terms of eco-compatibility, global cost and energy. Through the results of an application of life cycle design, the paper aims at demonstrating the importance of tools for the analysis supporting s...

    Environmental innovations in the construction sector and life cycle approach

    Andrea Campioli; Monica Lavagna (2013)
    Innovation in the construction industry is often driven by the legislation and by the market mechanisms. After the lever of energy efficiency, new goals are looming on the horizon towards sustainability of interventions. The essay aims to build, with particular reference to the Italian context, a framework of policies, of regulatory pathways and of the initiatives geared towards sustainability, which are determining and will determine the routes of environmental innovation. Central to all the...
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