Veneto Cultural and Environmental Heritage Metadistrict

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Veneto Cultural and Environmental Heritage Metadistrict

  1. 1. Azioni di trasferimento tecnologico per il miglioramento delle prestazioni energetico-ambientali dell’edilizia storica secondo i criteri dell’edilizia sostenibile Progetto A.T.T.E.S.S.
  2. 2. Il MetadistrettoThe Veneto Cultural andEnvironmental HeritageMetadistrict is unique amongItalian districts in that it is theonly productive metadistrictfocused on the field of culturalheritage.The Metadistrict promotes andcoordinates:•national and internationalprojects•collaboration betweencompanies and institutions•research activities•exchange of know how betweenthe scientific world and privatecompanies
  3. 3. Sustainable development “development that meets the needs of the presentwithout compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs” (World Commission on Environment and Development, 1987)
  4. 4. A few key points from the 3rd European Ministers Conference on Sustainable Housing (27th,28th June 2002):•Existing buildings must be made more sustainable…•Adapting existing buildings by bettering insulation would allow a reduction ofCO2 emissions (and related energy costs) by 42-46%...•Renovation has several benefits compared to demolition and reconstruction,for example:•Conservation of the energy embodied in materials•Creation of a sense of pride and awareness in the community•Renovation is more complex than reconstruction , especially with regard toprotected buildings…
  5. 5. ATTESS projectDrivingTechnology Transfersto better the Energetic andenvironmental performance ofhistorical buildingsfollowing Sustainableconstruction criteria KEY words:TECHNOLOGY ENERGY HISTORYSUSTAINABILI
  6. 6. ObjectivesUnderline the importance of construct a methodological andmaintaining historical memory in operative information tool tothe search for environmental support the work ofquality. Professionals, Companies and Institutions.Incentivize the development ofentrepreneurial activities followingthe logic of a Green Economy in theconstruction sector. HOW to modify the historical built fabric to achieve energetic and environmentalPotentially generate a NEW sustainability in accordance toeconomic sector varying degrees of constraint
  7. 7. MethodsA new methodological approach:to unite a conservationist approach and a unified and synergic vision ofthe historic building and its relationship to:the external environment (urban or natural)the internal environment (residents, functions, use)RE-EXAMINATION and RE-INTERPRETATION of Historic Buildingsaccording to their ORIGINAL and FUNDAMENTAL energetic andenvironmental featuresRECOGNITION of buildings’ intrinsic qualitiesREVISION of the methods employed in renovation andrequalification with the goal of ac hieving environmentalsustainability
  8. 8. Methods TRADITIONAL attention points HISTORY BEAUTY ART USABILITY ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY attention points PARTICIPATIONENERGY EFFICIENCY RESPECT OF CONFORTHEALTHINE NATURALSS RESOURCES
  9. 9. REDISCOVERY COHERENCE with: HISTORICAL context GEOGRAPHY (topography) CULTURE …a lot of key issues that characterize “sustainable building” have ALWAYS been the foundation of traditional construction. RESPECT and CONTINUITY in: SYNERGY AND INTERACTION between: Local forms of construction EXTERNAL ENVIRONMENT Traditional construction INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT methodsThe built fabric is CONTEXTUALIZED in a specific time andplace:
  10. 10. Bioclimatic Architecture Adapts to the SITE (climate, construction traditions) SUSTAINABILITY Guarantees COMFORT INTRINSIC Optimizes use of natural resources to HISTORICAL CONSTRUCTIONKNOWLED CHOICE GE S
  11. 11. TODAY…in contemporary practice this wisdomaccumulated throughout the centuries isunderrated and the consequences on the cityand the urban fabric are clear to everyone … The apparently infinite availability of resources (land, energy, and materials) has brought the SEMPLIFICATION and TRIVIALIZATION of design choices
  12. 12. IN SUMMARY:1. DEEP CULTURAL REFLECTION2. KNOWLEDGE OF THE FIELD’S HISTORY – PROBLEMS – SOLUTIONS1. EXTENSIVE STUDY OF THE OBJECT OF INTERVENTION AND ITS INTRINSIC FEATURES2. ASSESSMENT OF THE TRUE NEEDS OF THE PROJECT3. CAREFUL AND THOUGHTFUL DESIGN OF THE NECESSARY PROJECT INTERVENTIONS
  13. 13. ATTESS Guidelines5. CAREFUL AND THOUGHTFUL DESIGN OFTHE NECESSARY PROJECT INTERVENTIONS.The guidelines developed in the ATTESS project therefore aim tobe a tool for ASSESSMENT and support in design in order toaddress the key words mentioned earlier: TECHNOLOGY ENERGY HISTORY SUSTAINABILIT Y
  14. 14. Bibliography, Regulations and complete project description: ATTESS: Linee Guida http://www.attess.it/Rest. Sergio Calò Arch. Alberto R.Technical Manager Motterle ArchitectVia della Libertà, 12 - VegaPark Villa Zileri Motterle30175 Venezia-Marghera 36050 Monteviale (Vi)Tel. +39 041 5093039 T. +39 0444 569888Fax + 39 041 5093086 F. +39 0444 963079distrettobbcc@vegapark.ve www.studiomotterle.com.it alberto@studiomotterle.cos.calo@vegapark.ve.it m

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