The European 7th research program planning 2007-2013 identifies as priorities for the development the enhancement of infrastructures, the mobility of people and goods, the improvement of European town systems. The purpose of this attitude is the social, economic, environmental and management growth of local communities. Participation, identity and sustainability are the main conditions for a lasting development which consider life and environmental quality, information and culture as principles of a sustainable and culturally founded local development. This study deals with the proposal of planning guidelines for valorizing the disused Venetian military heritage using color and light. The abandoned military heritage, present in the Veneto Region, is a system of great historical, cultural and environmental importance, quantitatively significant, which requires a specific approach with regard to recovery, valorization and management. In the case of fortified systems, these buildings cannot be read as isolated objects, but fall within organic defensive systems spread over the territory in the evolving history. We are studying a system of interventions involving the conversion of historical artifact in active, environmental responsive context in which the building is inserted. One of the targets is to improve the energy building performance through the application of embedded systems, integrating smart technologies in the building structure and in its envelope. The use of latest technologies (nanotech and smart) with low environmental and economic impact allows designing and visually enhancing a type of building usually camouflaged in nature and the environment. This makes possible to directly relate the shape and building visibility with environmental stimuli. This research is coming from the Media Architecture Subunit, part of the Research Unit “Colour and Light in Architecture” of the University Iuav of Venice.

COLOUR & SMART TECHNOLOGY FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE REQUALIFICATION AND VALORIZATION / Gasparini, K. - 1:(2012). ((Intervento presentato al convegno AIC 2012 In Color We Live – Color and Environment tenutosi a TAIPEI nel 22-25 SETTEMBRE 2012.

COLOUR & SMART TECHNOLOGY FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE REQUALIFICATION AND VALORIZATION

GASPARINI K
2012-01-01

Abstract

The European 7th research program planning 2007-2013 identifies as priorities for the development the enhancement of infrastructures, the mobility of people and goods, the improvement of European town systems. The purpose of this attitude is the social, economic, environmental and management growth of local communities. Participation, identity and sustainability are the main conditions for a lasting development which consider life and environmental quality, information and culture as principles of a sustainable and culturally founded local development. This study deals with the proposal of planning guidelines for valorizing the disused Venetian military heritage using color and light. The abandoned military heritage, present in the Veneto Region, is a system of great historical, cultural and environmental importance, quantitatively significant, which requires a specific approach with regard to recovery, valorization and management. In the case of fortified systems, these buildings cannot be read as isolated objects, but fall within organic defensive systems spread over the territory in the evolving history. We are studying a system of interventions involving the conversion of historical artifact in active, environmental responsive context in which the building is inserted. One of the targets is to improve the energy building performance through the application of embedded systems, integrating smart technologies in the building structure and in its envelope. The use of latest technologies (nanotech and smart) with low environmental and economic impact allows designing and visually enhancing a type of building usually camouflaged in nature and the environment. This makes possible to directly relate the shape and building visibility with environmental stimuli. This research is coming from the Media Architecture Subunit, part of the Research Unit “Colour and Light in Architecture” of the University Iuav of Venice.
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COLOUR & SMART TECHNOLOGY FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE REQUALIFICATION AND VALORIZATION / Gasparini, K. - 1:(2012). ((Intervento presentato al convegno AIC 2012 In Color We Live – Color and Environment tenutosi a TAIPEI nel 22-25 SETTEMBRE 2012.
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