This book is the upshot of the Study Day entitled “Cohousing. Programs and projects to recover heritage buildings” staged in Rome on 24 October 2014, and organized by a team of researchers (Adolfo F. L. Baratta, Fabrizio Finucci, Stefano Gabriele, Annalisa Metta, Luca Montuori, Valerio Palmieri) of the Department of Architecture of the Roma Tre University, with a multi-disciplinary approach. The book contains the contributions of scholars, professionals and voluntary sector operators relating to two topics all set to play a lead role in global policies in the next decade: the topic of houses, which for years in Italy has been addressed with a welfare rather than structural approach, and the topic of the requalification of the existing building heritage, which must be recovered in terms of architectural and urban quality, safety, efficiency and inclusiveness. “Cohousing. Programs and projects to recover heritage buildings” is therefore the upshot of an instructive discussion on the topic of sharing common spaces, more widespread in the north-European countries, combined with the topic of the requalification of existing buildings, more central to the Mediterranean area.

This book is the upshot of the Study Day entitled “Cohousing. Programs and projects to recover heritage buildings” staged in Rome on 24 October 2014, and organized by a team of researchers (Adolfo F. L. Baratta, Fabrizio Finucci, Stefano Gabriele, Annalisa Metta, Luca Montuori, Valerio Palmieri) of the Department of Architecture of the Roma Tre University, with a multi-disciplinary approach. The book contains the contributions of scholars, professionals and voluntary sector operators relating to two topics all set to play a lead role in global policies in the next decade: the topic of houses, which for years in Italy has been addressed with a welfare rather than structural approach, and the topic of the requalification of the existing building heritage, which must be recovered in terms of architectural and urban quality, safety, efficiency and inclusiveness. “Cohousing. Programs and projects to recover heritage buildings” is therefore the upshot of an instructive discussion on the topic of sharing common spaces, more widespread in the north-European countries, combined with the topic of the requalification of existing buildings, more central to the Mediterranean area.

Baratta, A.F.L., Finucci, F., Gabriele, S., Metta, A., Montuori, L., Palmieri, V. (a cura di). (2014). Cohousing. Programmi e progetti per la riqualificazione del patrimonio esistente. Cohousing. Programs and projects to recover heritage buildings. Pisa : Edizioni ETS.

Cohousing. Programmi e progetti per la riqualificazione del patrimonio esistente. Cohousing. Programs and projects to recover heritage buildings

BARATTA, ADOLFO FRANCESCO LUCIO;FINUCCI, FABRIZIO;GABRIELE, STEFANO;METTA, ANNALISA;MONTUORI, LUCA;PALMIERI, VALERIO
2014

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This book is the upshot of the Study Day entitled “Cohousing. Programs and projects to recover heritage buildings” staged in Rome on 24 October 2014, and organized by a team of researchers (Adolfo F. L. Baratta, Fabrizio Finucci, Stefano Gabriele, Annalisa Metta, Luca Montuori, Valerio Palmieri) of the Department of Architecture of the Roma Tre University, with a multi-disciplinary approach. The book contains the contributions of scholars, professionals and voluntary sector operators relating to two topics all set to play a lead role in global policies in the next decade: the topic of houses, which for years in Italy has been addressed with a welfare rather than structural approach, and the topic of the requalification of the existing building heritage, which must be recovered in terms of architectural and urban quality, safety, efficiency and inclusiveness. “Cohousing. Programs and projects to recover heritage buildings” is therefore the upshot of an instructive discussion on the topic of sharing common spaces, more widespread in the north-European countries, combined with the topic of the requalification of existing buildings, more central to the Mediterranean area.
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This book is the upshot of the Study Day entitled “Cohousing. Programs and projects to recover heritage buildings” staged in Rome on 24 October 2014, and organized by a team of researchers (Adolfo F. L. Baratta, Fabrizio Finucci, Stefano Gabriele, Annalisa Metta, Luca Montuori, Valerio Palmieri) of the Department of Architecture of the Roma Tre University, with a multi-disciplinary approach. The book contains the contributions of scholars, professionals and voluntary sector operators relating to two topics all set to play a lead role in global policies in the next decade: the topic of houses, which for years in Italy has been addressed with a welfare rather than structural approach, and the topic of the requalification of the existing building heritage, which must be recovered in terms of architectural and urban quality, safety, efficiency and inclusiveness. “Cohousing. Programs and projects to recover heritage buildings” is therefore the upshot of an instructive discussion on the topic of sharing common spaces, more widespread in the north-European countries, combined with the topic of the requalification of existing buildings, more central to the Mediterranean area.
Baratta, A.F.L., Finucci, F., Gabriele, S., Metta, A., Montuori, L., Palmieri, V. (a cura di). (2014). Cohousing. Programmi e progetti per la riqualificazione del patrimonio esistente. Cohousing. Programs and projects to recover heritage buildings. Pisa : Edizioni ETS.
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