The proposed research is aimed to define some BIPV (building integrated photovoltaics) paradigms for the refurbishment of historical contexts, by defining strategic criteria related to linguistic-architectural and technological-constructive aspects of solar systems (including case-studies in specific application contexts). This research could, once perfected and shared, be used within operative tools (guidelines, case studies, etc.) really applicable to common scale, e.g., in today’s post-earthquake reconstruction in L’Aquila, for defining possible solar implementation possibilities in sensitive areas according to an innovative and sustainable method of intervention.

BIPV in The Refurbishment of Minor Historical Centres: The Project of Integrability between Standard and Customized Techmology

DE BERARDINIS, Pierluigi;
2013-01-01

Abstract

The proposed research is aimed to define some BIPV (building integrated photovoltaics) paradigms for the refurbishment of historical contexts, by defining strategic criteria related to linguistic-architectural and technological-constructive aspects of solar systems (including case-studies in specific application contexts). This research could, once perfected and shared, be used within operative tools (guidelines, case studies, etc.) really applicable to common scale, e.g., in today’s post-earthquake reconstruction in L’Aquila, for defining possible solar implementation possibilities in sensitive areas according to an innovative and sustainable method of intervention.
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