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Cluster in Progress

Cluster in Progress

Editore Maggioli Editore
Formato Ebook
Dimensione epub
Pagine 420
Pubblicazione Marzo 2017 ( Edizione)
ISBN / EAN 8891615008 / 9788891615008
Collana Politecnica

La Tecnologia dell'architettura in rete per l'innovazione
The Architectural tecnology network for innovation

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La Società italiana della Tecnologia dell’architettura, SITdA, fondata nel 2007 attraverso la creazione di un ampio network di docenti e ricercatori universitari, ha l’obiettivo di sostenere la cultura della ricerca nell’area disciplinare e di offrire risorse per la formazione e la qualificazione dei giovani ricercatori, promuovendo studi di carattere teorico e applicativo, incoraggiando l’internazionalizzazione della ricerca e l’esplorazione di aree emergenti dell’innovazione tecnologica in architettura.
Dal 2012 SITdA ha dato vita a otto cluster tematici che condensano skill e competenze interdisciplinari finalizzate sia a qualificare la domanda pubblica nell’esplicitazione delle proprie esigenze, sia a supportare gli operatori del settore edilizio nel proporre efficaci risposte progettuali, realizzative e gestionali.
La pubblicazione rende conto del lavoro in progress di tali cluster attraverso la presentazione di contributi interdisciplinari, approfondimenti tematici e momenti di confronto con qualificate figure del mondo delle istituzioni, delle associazioni di settore e delle imprese.

Curatori
Maria Teresa Lucarelli, professore ordinario di Tecnologia dell’architettura presso il Dipartimento di Architettura e territorio dell'Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria.
Elena Mussinelli, professore ordinario di Tecnologia dell’architettura presso il Dipartimento di Architettura, ingegneria delle costruzioni e ambiente costruito del Politecnico di Milano.
Corrado Trombetta, professore associato di Tecnologia dell’architettura presso il Dipartimento di Architettura e territorio dell'Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria.

 

The Italian society of Architectural technology, SITdA, was founded in 2007 to create a wide network of University professors and researchers with the aim of supporting the culture of research in the subject area of Architectural technology. SITdA provides resources for the training and qualification of young researchers, promotes theoretical and applied research, and encourages the internationalization of research, also exploring the emerging areas of technological innovation in architecture.
Since 2012 SITdA has created eight thematic clusters which condense interdisciplinary skills and competences with the aim of both enhancing public demand through a clear statement of needs and supporting the construction industry in effectively responding through design, construction and management solutions.
The book outlines the work in progress of the clusters through the presentation of interdisciplinary contributions, thematic analyses and dialogues with qualified experts from the world of institutions, building industry associations and enterprises.

Editors

Maria Teresa Lucarelli, full professor of Architectural technology at Dipartimento di Architettura e territorio, Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria.
Elena Mussinelli, full professor of Architectural technology at Dipartimento di Architettura, ingegneria delle costruzioni e ambiente costruito, Politecnico di Milano.
Corrado Trombetta, associate professor of Architectural technology at Dipartimento di Architettura e territorio, Università Mediterranea di Reggio Calabria.

Presentation (Schiaffonati) Introduction (Losasso)

Research and cluster: a path in progress (Lucarelli)

1. Environmental accessibility - Environmental accessibility: towards inclusiveness in design (Conti, Tatano, Villani)
1.1 Accessibility and development of the existing architectural heritage (Mabellini, Silvestri)
1.2 Accessibility of the housing environment (Cellucci)

2. Nearly zero energy building - Design, technology, energy: quality of building and living in Nearly zero energy and zero emission architecture (Tucci)
2.1 Efficiency and energetic improvement (Claudi de Saint Mihiel, Musarella)
2.2 Bioclimatic design and passive systems (Cecafosso, Romano)
2.3 Demand savings, low cost and resource management (Calzolari, Gaspari)
2.4 Renewable energies and smart grids (Ieie, Montella)
2.5 Technological innovation of systems, components and materials (Barucco, Scalisi, Verde)
2.6 Energy and environmental performances assessment (Monticelli, Thiebat)

3. Architectural heritage - Architectural heritage: project, quality and best practices (Germanà)
3.1 Smart heritage: a multi-scale approach (Vattano)
3.2 Towards an enhancement process: the case of the Anfo Fortress (Tenti)

4. Building production-building product - Building production-building product: targets and perspectives (Antonini, Giglio, Rossetti)
4.1 The window system: intervention methods on existing buildings and energy evaluation of windows (Antoniol)
4.2 Zero distance technologies: the example of the wood-construction chain (Mastrolonardo)
4.3 Composite materials with vegetables fibres: state of the art and perspectives of applications in the construction sector (Savoja)

5. Environmental design - Technology, environment and project (Forlani, Mussinelli, Daglio)
5.1 The environmental project for the usability of the historic urban landscape (Riva, Agosti, Giordano)
5.2 Towards a new era of urban regeneration: reflections and insights on the complexity of the Italian context (Antinori, Persiani, Calcerano)
5.3 Renovation of existing buildings: Bim and environmentally sustainable design supporting local governance (Calcagno)
5.4 Water sensitive urban design for climate change adaptation: multi-scale strategies and sustainable technologies for urban regeneration (Leone, Visconti)
5.5 Sustainable urban building site: an innovative tool of environmental redevelopment (Tortorelli)
5.6 The Bronx River restoration: participative processes and bottom-up policies (Perini)

6. Recovery and maintenance - Recovery and maintenance: the research complies with local needs (Pinto, Talamo)
6.1 The relationship between the construction companies and historic urban landscape: vulnerability of construction market and emerging needs (Biancamano)
6.2 The refurbishment of traditional architecture through the Rural development program of Regione Piemonte (Savio)
6.3 The abandonment of railway heritage: strategies for active use and maintenance (Frettoloso, Senia)

7. Services for the community - Community spaces and services: the necessary synergy between the public and private sectors and non-profit associations (Ferrante)
7.1 Cluster research scenarios (by Ferrante)

8. Social housing - Researches of Architectural technology for social housing: knowledge, skills, perspectives (Cangelli, Perriccioli)
8.1 Space quality: systems and technologies for new spaces and living models (Gianfrate, Piccardo)
8.2 Environmental quality: sustainable approach and retrofit of the existing building heritage for social housing (Albino, Boarin)
8.3 Quality of processes: methods and tools for the regeneration of social housing (Civiero, Del Gatto)

9. Research scenarios: the contribution of the stakeholders
9.1 Accessibility, an ethical instrument for sustainable social development (Stella)
9.2 Nearly zero energy building: needs, problems, opportunities (Caminiti, Artale)  
9.3 A heritage to recapture (Volpe)
9.4 The priority of the programming phase (Della Torre)
9.5 Building production, research and innovation (Bondielli, Dave, Scalchi)
9.6 From Strategic environmental assessment to ecological restoring design (Malcevschi, Bisogni)
9.7 The sharing economy and the Internet of things in Real estate: how innovations impact the Real estate management (Di Fausto)
9.8 National planning of public investment for healthcare facilities (Spizzichino)
9.9 Social housing in Italy: an insight (Ferri)The last inch (Trombetta) Communities in progress

Book series “Studi e Progetti”
directors Fabrizio Schiaffonati, Elena Mussinelli
editorial board Chiara Agosti, Giovanni Castaldo, Martino Mocchi, Raffaella Riva
scientific committee Philippe Daverio, Salvatore Dierna, Giulio Giorello, Francesco Karrer, Jan Rosvall
The book has been subjected to blind peer review.


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