As a consequence of the latest pandemic emergency, the allocation of the national Recovery and Resilience Plan (RRP) funds in the construction sector advocates a new idea of design, conceived as sustainable but also as flexible and proactive toward future challenges, while promoting the renovation of the existing building stock. On the basis of the European legislation on adaptivity and resilience, this contribution proposes to convey an integrated assessment framework to evaluate the feasibility of the renovation in achieving a more flexible built environment. This holistic and multiscalar conceptual approach proposes a matrix of general interventions and compensation strategies to be systematically carried out on the existing, according to the most significant variables, in order to guide and facilitate the early decision process.

Proposal of a Multiscalar Assessment Framework to Guide Renovation Actions Toward a More Resilient Built Environment

fabio conato
Validation
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valentina frighi
Conceptualization
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laura sacchetti
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
2023

Abstract

As a consequence of the latest pandemic emergency, the allocation of the national Recovery and Resilience Plan (RRP) funds in the construction sector advocates a new idea of design, conceived as sustainable but also as flexible and proactive toward future challenges, while promoting the renovation of the existing building stock. On the basis of the European legislation on adaptivity and resilience, this contribution proposes to convey an integrated assessment framework to evaluate the feasibility of the renovation in achieving a more flexible built environment. This holistic and multiscalar conceptual approach proposes a matrix of general interventions and compensation strategies to be systematically carried out on the existing, according to the most significant variables, in order to guide and facilitate the early decision process.
2023
978-3-031-33147-3
Building stock, Digitalization, Resilience, Renovation, Flexibility
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