Because of the impact of global warming, the Earth’s ecosystems are currently at a critical stage. The European building sector, and the residential element in particular, is responsible for the largest portion of energy enduse. Although we know how to build a perfectly engineered house, it will not work properly if its inhabitants do not know how to run it. “Well-educated” dwellers can really improve energy use. The aim of this research is to optimize the users’ role in the energy reduction process, analysing as a case study, Dwell!, the monitoring system designed for “RhOME for denCity”, the housing prototype developed by Roma Tre University and winner of the “Solar Decathlon Europe” competition in 2014.

Tonelli, C., Montella, I., Cardone, B. (2019). Do Well to Dwell Well. Awareness as the Driver for the Behaviour of Tomorrow’s Citizens. JOURNAL OF ARCHITECTURAL ENVIRONMENT & STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH, Volume 02, Issue 03, 15-21 [10.30564/jaeser.v2i3.966].

Do Well to Dwell Well. Awareness as the Driver for the Behaviour of Tomorrow’s Citizens

Tonelli Chiara
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Montella Ilaria;Cardone Barbara
2019

Abstract

Because of the impact of global warming, the Earth’s ecosystems are currently at a critical stage. The European building sector, and the residential element in particular, is responsible for the largest portion of energy enduse. Although we know how to build a perfectly engineered house, it will not work properly if its inhabitants do not know how to run it. “Well-educated” dwellers can really improve energy use. The aim of this research is to optimize the users’ role in the energy reduction process, analysing as a case study, Dwell!, the monitoring system designed for “RhOME for denCity”, the housing prototype developed by Roma Tre University and winner of the “Solar Decathlon Europe” competition in 2014.
Tonelli, C., Montella, I., Cardone, B. (2019). Do Well to Dwell Well. Awareness as the Driver for the Behaviour of Tomorrow’s Citizens. JOURNAL OF ARCHITECTURAL ENVIRONMENT & STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING RESEARCH, Volume 02, Issue 03, 15-21 [10.30564/jaeser.v2i3.966].
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