Historic Centers Restoration and Ancient Buildings Energetic Efficiency Improvement

Author(s) :Nicola Santopuoli, Ilaria Pecoraro

ABSTRACT

buildingThe historical center is a part of the city with specific environmental, architectural and historical values, which emerges from the urban fabric structural continuity. This complex reality requires a comprehensive understanding to determinate the most proper ways to carry out functional transformations and system adaptations, with respect to historical buildings values. Each building must obtain those proper improvements andfunctional adjustments, also in terms of technology and energetic efficiency. The achievements of a complex interdisciplinary research project on Ceglie Messapica historical center (BR, Italy) are explained. They lead to guidelines for mulation for the historical buildings’ critical conservative restoration.

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Journal: Journal of Building Construction and Planning Research
DOI: 10.4236/jbcpr.2014.23019 (PDF)
Paper Id: 50284 (metadata)

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