The text refers to the smart city and the global housing emergency that manifests itself in in the great metropolitan areas. Particularly, it focuses on the need of temporary residences and illustrate a new design approach that involves redevelopment of unused buildings because they are obsolete and no longer meet market needs. The concept is based on Corporate Social Responsibility which directs towards a circular economy model and involves the “People-Planet-Profit” and “Happiness of Happiness” principles in a sustainable way through the humanization of the Smart Energy Grid Buildings. The recovery of existing buildings with zero land consumption is in line and in compliance with the provisions of the European Directives PON GOVERNANCE and PON SMART CITY, PTR L.R. n. 28 of 28/11/2014, which foresee by 2020 to reduce soil consumption by 25-30%. The modules are smart, inclusive and sustainable environments with home automation equipment, advanced manufacturing and ICT support for the integration of smart systems and IOT (Internet of Things). The synergy between recovery and reuse of the existing building, combined with a infrastructure with a digital interface (building automation), wants to guarantee the principles of inclusion, safety, wellness, health, eco-sustainability, smart supply chain. It will be illustrated the model that foresees the scheduling of an operative protocol for building recovery and functional adaptation of the internal layout to new needs, centralized and advanced management. The innovative aspects are increased by the management model of the property, facility and of the services to the person that obliges to rethink the entire building process from planning to construction and management with a systemic approach.

IL PROGETTO DI RIQUALIFICAZIONE ECO SYSTEMTEMPORARY HOUSE - ESTH THE ECO SYSTEM TEMPORARY HOUSE PROJECT - ESTH

V. Puglisi;L. Baiardi
2018

Abstract

The text refers to the smart city and the global housing emergency that manifests itself in in the great metropolitan areas. Particularly, it focuses on the need of temporary residences and illustrate a new design approach that involves redevelopment of unused buildings because they are obsolete and no longer meet market needs. The concept is based on Corporate Social Responsibility which directs towards a circular economy model and involves the “People-Planet-Profit” and “Happiness of Happiness” principles in a sustainable way through the humanization of the Smart Energy Grid Buildings. The recovery of existing buildings with zero land consumption is in line and in compliance with the provisions of the European Directives PON GOVERNANCE and PON SMART CITY, PTR L.R. n. 28 of 28/11/2014, which foresee by 2020 to reduce soil consumption by 25-30%. The modules are smart, inclusive and sustainable environments with home automation equipment, advanced manufacturing and ICT support for the integration of smart systems and IOT (Internet of Things). The synergy between recovery and reuse of the existing building, combined with a infrastructure with a digital interface (building automation), wants to guarantee the principles of inclusion, safety, wellness, health, eco-sustainability, smart supply chain. It will be illustrated the model that foresees the scheduling of an operative protocol for building recovery and functional adaptation of the internal layout to new needs, centralized and advanced management. The innovative aspects are increased by the management model of the property, facility and of the services to the person that obliges to rethink the entire building process from planning to construction and management with a systemic approach.
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