TECHNE 12 (2016): Architecture Memory Contemporaneity

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Table of Contents

Introduction to the issue

Historical contexts and contemporary design: technological innovation between memory and modification PDF
Mario Losasso 6-10

Prologue

Contemporary architecture: dialogic element between heritage and hybridisation PDF
Emilio Faroldi 11-17

Dossier

New approaches for contemporary architecture PDF
Alberto Sposito 18-23
‘Historical’ cities and heuristics of ‘contemporary design’: reflections on recurrent aporias PDF
Giorgio Giallocosta 24-26
Research perspectives for restoration PDF
Francesco Gurrieri 27-32
Innovative strategies for the recovering of historical cities PDF
Gabriella Caterina 33-35
Conversation with Philippe Daverio between Design and Cultural Heritage PDF
Dario Russo 36-39
Combining distant things PDF
Paolo Portoghesi 40-42

Art Photography

Dialogues with time PDF
Marco Introini 43-51

Essays and Viewpoint

Managing the evolution of a urban system. The UNESCO site of Crespi d’Adda PDF
Maria Paola Borgarino, Paolo Gasparoli, Anna Teresa Ronchi, Matteo Scaltritti 52-56
The addition in conservation project for the accessibility to cultural heritage PDF
Alberto Arenghi, Andrea Pane 57-64
Guidelines for energy efficiency in the cultural heritage PDF
Alessandra Battisti 65-73
Transformation and re-use of urban wasteland: four case-studies PDF
Giuseppe De Giovanni, Francesca Scalisi, Cesare Sposito 74-81
The Built Environment Plan 2.0 PDF
Massimo Lauria 82-88
Phenomenology of urban renewal. The experience of Alessandria. Tools, actors, projects PDF
Paola Pleba 89-94
Typological surveys on the historic city. Actuality of Townhouse PDF
Michele Caja 95-102
New interventions in historical and consolidated urban contexts: low renovation processes for the valorisation of the patina of the time PDF
Paola Boarin, Marta Calzolari, Pietromaria Davoli 103-111
Methodologies and strategies for small town centres regeneration. Architecture between tradition and innovation: the Swiss architects case study of Wespi de Mueron Romeo Architetti PDF
Laura Elisabetta Malighetti 112-121
Historical authenticity of modern architecture: preservation and regeneration of Olivetti architecture in Ivrea PDF
Paolo Galuzzi 122-128
The paradigm of the Healthy City between permanence and innovations in Small Cities. Technological perspectives for the system of Open Urban Spaces PDF
Filippo Angelucci, Cristiana Cellucci 129-136
From the management of the project, to the evidence of the results: the Olympic Village of Turin 2006 PDF
Daniela Bosia, Lorenzo Savio 137-143
Urban transformation for the development and enhancement of the consolidated city PDF
Alessandro Claudi de Saint Mihiel 144-151
Architecture of Culotta & Leone for the Historic Centre of Cefalù: plan, project, execution PDF
Giuseppe Di Benedetto, Maria Luisa Germanà 152-159
The evaluation of the technological and functional appropriateness, regarding to the intervention in the former military and service urban heritage PDF
Rossella Maspoli 160-166
Salvaging the “Modern” and the traditional city. Technologies and methodologies for intervention PDF
Davide Allegri 167-173

Research & Experimentation

Small scale for large dimension. Micro-architecture systems for the temporary city of Civitanova Marche PDF
Massimo Perriccioli 175-181
Contemporary architecture in historical contexts: for a system of values PDF
Giovanna Franco 182-189
Vernacular architecture as codified model for the contemporary sustainable project PDF
Letizia Dipasquale, Ippolita Mecca 190-198
Refurbishment of Social housing: a survey of the building stock owned by ATC Torino PDF
Andrea Levra Levron, Donatella Marino, Riccardo Pollo 199-206
Application of biological growth risk models to the management of built heritage PDF
Riccardo Paolini, Maryam Meshkin Kiya, Elisabetta Rosina, Lavinia C. Tagliabue, Enrico De Angelis 207-213
From cultural to environmental heritage. Design experimentations in ancient settlement PDF
Antonello Monsù Scolaro, Francesco Spanedda 214-222
Material culture and design effort for the recovery: Living Lab in the Park of Cilento PDF
Maria Rita Pinto, Serena Viola 223-229
The adaptive reuse of historic city centres. Bologna and Lisbon: solutions for urban regeneration PDF
Andrea Boeri, Jacopo Gaspari, Valentina Gianfrate, Danila Longo, Chiara Pussetti 230-237
An evaluation tool to support strategical evaluations for the reclamation and reuse of dismissed sites PDF
Francesca Thiebat 238-244
Urban recovery and regeneration: the case of the former Montelungo-Colleoni barracks in Bergamo PDF
Oscar Eugenio Bellini 245-252
Synergetic Temporary Use for the Enhancement of Historic Centers: The Pilot Project for the Naples Waterfront PDF
Alessandro Sgobbo, Francesco Domenico Moccia 253-260
Deep renovation as tool for development and active protection of the consolidated city heritage PDF
Carola Clemente, Claudia Calice, Marzia Marandola 261-268
Architectures for health: between historical contexts and suburban areas. Tool to support location strategies PDF
Marta Dell’Ovo, Stefano Capolongo 269-276

Dialogues

A Virtuous combat. Werner, Tscholl, Markus Scherer, Federico Bucci, Gennaro Postiglione. A dialogue on castles and modern architecture. PDF
Filippo Bricolo 277-287

Reviews

REVIEWS PDF
Teresa Villani 288-289
Dora Francese: Technologies for sustainable urban design and bioregionalist regeneration PDF
Sergio Russo Ermolli 290-291
Renato Calamida Marco Lucchini Fabrizio Schiaffonati: Architetti PDF
Eugenio Arbizzani 292-293
Massimo Lauria, Corrado Trombetta (a cura di): Building Future Lab. Ricerca sperimentale per la Sostenibilità nel settore delle Costruzioni PDF
Francesca Giglio 294-295
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