"In the current phase of identifying the tools for the reconstruction L’Aquila has set the strategic goal of translating itself into the model of a Smart City, as stated in the Reconstruction Plan. In this perspective, the choice of the subject of this paper is interesting because it identifies an intermediate position between the problems linked to the reconstruction of the historic fabric of the city and those related to the model of Smart City that can be applied more specifically to the new construction, for the use of innovative technologies and materials. . The proposal of re-thinking about an “intelligent” use of building heritage of the ’40s highlights the still open debate concerning new functional models for the design of new living places.. As a result of the particular process of modernization developed in Italy, in the transition from the economic regime of corporations to autarky, the social house is apparently a simple building construction type, in which the processes of technical but also functional hybridization find space, offering new residential and distributive models according to the requirements of a more modern way of life.. It is interesting to re-read in the different projects developed, the typological and functional changes that in the same plan shape propose, by doubling the stairwell, a “minimum” housing-type model closer to the functionalist model developed for the storey-house. . At the same time, the current conditions of the buildings, severely affected by the earthquake of April 2009, unveil a building system in which it is possible to re-read the rules of the Autarky period mixed with the masonry construction techniques typical of the local tradition. . Therefore for the particular context investigated, the study of these heterogeneous building systems becomes essential to evaluate the types of intervention to be carried out during the phase of reconstruction, in order to reach a re-functionalization responding to new patterns of use and new housing requirements. In this view the paper intends to outline a possible operative strategy.. "

Smart rehabilitation of the residential building Heritage. Italian social housing of autarky period: preservation and reuse of buildings in Via Fontesecco in L'Aquila

TOSONE, ALESSANDRA;BELLICOSO, ALESSANDRA
2013-01-01

Abstract

"In the current phase of identifying the tools for the reconstruction L’Aquila has set the strategic goal of translating itself into the model of a Smart City, as stated in the Reconstruction Plan. In this perspective, the choice of the subject of this paper is interesting because it identifies an intermediate position between the problems linked to the reconstruction of the historic fabric of the city and those related to the model of Smart City that can be applied more specifically to the new construction, for the use of innovative technologies and materials. . The proposal of re-thinking about an “intelligent” use of building heritage of the ’40s highlights the still open debate concerning new functional models for the design of new living places.. As a result of the particular process of modernization developed in Italy, in the transition from the economic regime of corporations to autarky, the social house is apparently a simple building construction type, in which the processes of technical but also functional hybridization find space, offering new residential and distributive models according to the requirements of a more modern way of life.. It is interesting to re-read in the different projects developed, the typological and functional changes that in the same plan shape propose, by doubling the stairwell, a “minimum” housing-type model closer to the functionalist model developed for the storey-house. . At the same time, the current conditions of the buildings, severely affected by the earthquake of April 2009, unveil a building system in which it is possible to re-read the rules of the Autarky period mixed with the masonry construction techniques typical of the local tradition. . Therefore for the particular context investigated, the study of these heterogeneous building systems becomes essential to evaluate the types of intervention to be carried out during the phase of reconstruction, in order to reach a re-functionalization responding to new patterns of use and new housing requirements. In this view the paper intends to outline a possible operative strategy.. "
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