In order to conserve and consciously enhance historic centres, it is necessary to take care of all those aspects that surround the building system and make it usable. The energy and service networks, which are essential for a village to be habitable, appear as an addition to the built-up area, as an unsuccessful integration. This study proposes a methodology that, through an initial cognitive phase of the conformative characteristics and layout of the ancient hamlets, provides compatible methods of intervention, by means of global planning upstream. Through a preliminary study of morphological analysis of the urban fabric of the towns falling within the Abruzzo seismic crater, it was possible to carry out a cataloguing and subsequent classification by type, able to group characteristics and demand plan, in order to frame scenarios and appropriate interventions. The final aim of the research is to contribute to the completion of the post-seismic reconstruction process that aims to improve the liveability of the recovered historic centres through the regeneration of the service networks and infrastructures with sustainable and innovative technological solutions.
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