Physiological and pathological degradation, physical and functional obsolescence are the most important reasons that motivate and in some cases require design actions on traditional buildings. However, when the demand for rehabilitation is linked to needs of heritage reuse, community economic development, cultural offerings exploitation and preservation of historical memory, we are in the presence of another category of actions, attributable to the broader field of the "government" of the built heritage. In these cases, the first purpose is the improvement of the technological and environmental performance for the use, whether material (physical) and intangible (knowledge). In addition, the so-called 'minor architectural heritage' has another intrinsic form of degradation, which is the energy one, due to construction practices with poor energy performance that today inevitably have to deal with both the increased demands of quality of life (well-being) that the European objectives of energy and environmental sustainability and high legal standards. In this context, research has pointed to the identification of passive technological solutions that favor the maximization of the performance envelope, compared to the use of plant systems, in order to ensure comfort conditions of the internal environments.
|Titolo:||Technological design for the energy efficiency of the minor architectural heritage|
|Autori interni:||VIOLANO, Antonella|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|