A relevant part of the Italian building heritage is characterized by shortcomings in terms of ener- gy, structure, living comfort and architecture. This implies a high environmental impact due to the energy consumption and to the repair actions, demolition and disposal following a possible earth- quake. Improving the performance of buildings through interventions focused on solving individ- ual problems at the time is not the best solution both from the economic and the sustainability point of view. The approach proposed herein is to operate in an integrated manner on the build- ings, planning holistic interventions that overcome the drawbacks of traditional interventions and guarantee maximum benefits with minimum costs, thereby representing an effective way for the rehabilitation of the existing building stock. This paper illustrates the intervention criteria and the advantages that may be achieved with a holistic approach conceived within a Life Cycle Thinking perspective, on a typical residential building built in the 1950s. The goal is to achieve a high building performance by also taking advantage of tax rewards and real estate benefits to obtain a substantial reduction of the cost of the intervention.

(2019). Riqualificazione integrata con esoscheletro in ottica lyfe cycle thinking: applicazione a un edificio esistente . Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10446/149469

Riqualificazione integrata con esoscheletro in ottica lyfe cycle thinking: applicazione a un edificio esistente

Zanni, Jacopo;Marini, Alessandra;Belleri, Andrea;Riva, Paolo;
2019

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A relevant part of the Italian building heritage is characterized by shortcomings in terms of ener- gy, structure, living comfort and architecture. This implies a high environmental impact due to the energy consumption and to the repair actions, demolition and disposal following a possible earth- quake. Improving the performance of buildings through interventions focused on solving individ- ual problems at the time is not the best solution both from the economic and the sustainability point of view. The approach proposed herein is to operate in an integrated manner on the build- ings, planning holistic interventions that overcome the drawbacks of traditional interventions and guarantee maximum benefits with minimum costs, thereby representing an effective way for the rehabilitation of the existing building stock. This paper illustrates the intervention criteria and the advantages that may be achieved with a holistic approach conceived within a Life Cycle Thinking perspective, on a typical residential building built in the 1950s. The goal is to achieve a high building performance by also taking advantage of tax rewards and real estate benefits to obtain a substantial reduction of the cost of the intervention.
Zanni, Jacopo; Marini, Alessandra; Belleri, Andrea; Riva, Paolo; Simonetti, Filippo
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