Deep renovation as tool for development and active protection of the consolidated city heritage

Carola Clemente, Claudia Calice, Marzia Marandola

Abstract


This paper is the synthesis of multi-year research activities carried out with the support of Sapienza University in collaboration with some local authorities and private entities on integrated refurbishment planning of tertiary buildings. The outcomes of research are aimed at the construction of a replicable methodology for the preliminary analysis and evaluations useful for deep renovation of tertiary building heritage. During the various steps of the study, there were selected pilot buildings throughout the country, addressed to validate theorical assumptions of research, and to check actual strategies of integrated refurbishment of buildings mainly used for directional, educational and research activities.


Keywords


Deep renovation; Architecture for the tertiary sector; Architectural heritage

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Techne-19361



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