Block 39 in Belgrade is a challanging case study of in which an innovative methodology, IMM (Integrated Modification Methodology), has been applied in order to transform an existing urban context into a more efficient and sustainable one. The presented case study in Belgrade aims to became a more general paradigm for similar condition in East Europe, defining integrated new strategies based on IMM methodology to retrofit and transform the energy dissipative existing neighbourhood developed during the ’60 and ’70 in more efficient, liveable and integrated urban system. The city is considered as a single complex entity composed by heterogeneous components connected each other. A strictly sectorial approach could result in neglecting mutual dependencies of these demands. Conversely, an integrated approach can help to sharpen a better comprehension of the different performances of different urban assessment. The IMM® methodology through an interconnected Phasing Design Process shows how incorporating a wide range of issues makes it possible to improve the metabolism of the city as well as its energy performance. It is an Integrated Modification Methodology, is a multi-stage, iterative process, applied to urban complex systems, for improving the metabolism of the city as well as its energy performance. The paper demonstrated how a city can change its nature from an energy-consumptive system to a complex able to produce its energy by itself, reducing its energy demand and consumptions.

Italian-Serbian Cooperation on Science, Technology and Humanites

TADI, MASSIMO;MOHAMMAD ZADEH, MOHAMMAD HADI
2015

Abstract

Block 39 in Belgrade is a challanging case study of in which an innovative methodology, IMM (Integrated Modification Methodology), has been applied in order to transform an existing urban context into a more efficient and sustainable one. The presented case study in Belgrade aims to became a more general paradigm for similar condition in East Europe, defining integrated new strategies based on IMM methodology to retrofit and transform the energy dissipative existing neighbourhood developed during the ’60 and ’70 in more efficient, liveable and integrated urban system. The city is considered as a single complex entity composed by heterogeneous components connected each other. A strictly sectorial approach could result in neglecting mutual dependencies of these demands. Conversely, an integrated approach can help to sharpen a better comprehension of the different performances of different urban assessment. The IMM® methodology through an interconnected Phasing Design Process shows how incorporating a wide range of issues makes it possible to improve the metabolism of the city as well as its energy performance. It is an Integrated Modification Methodology, is a multi-stage, iterative process, applied to urban complex systems, for improving the metabolism of the city as well as its energy performance. The paper demonstrated how a city can change its nature from an energy-consumptive system to a complex able to produce its energy by itself, reducing its energy demand and consumptions.
Italian-Serbian Cooperation on Science, Technology and Humanities
978-86-7522-048-0
Sustainable urban design; Energy efficiency; Integrated Modification Methodology; Adaptive System
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