The regeneration project pursues the principles of remodelage, that means to operate actions including transformation of a complex of buildings, triggering, at the same time, reverberate on the urban area, with further repercussions on the social level. The remodelage of Tor bella Monaca is divided into the following diachronic actions: 1. addition of parts of buildings, technical elements in R5 and M4; 2. removal of technological units, through selective demolition, to implement typological and morphological transformations (the ground floors of the R5); 3. r eplacement of technical elements of the R5 and M4, including some functional c hanges. The project reconverts the ground floors on the street front, redefining the access systems and determining a new street level open to sociality and services, recapturing the urban space with soft and public mobility schemes: green spaces, blue-green infrastructures, urban agriculture. High-impact prefabricated volumes are added to the apartments, making them adhere to the current family structure and connected to the green courts. The redeveloped envelope incorporates heat pumps powered by the photovoltaic system, respects the architectural image and allows the inhabitants to be kept in situ. The recovery of some costs has been hypothesized through the tool of facade leasing and the reuse of amounts connected with the charges and the surplus deriving from the private closure of the courts with residential buildings on the market.
Finucci, F., Pollo, R., Calcagnini, L., Munoz Velosa, M., Giordano, R., Magaro', A. (2021). Trasformazione e Rigenerazione Edilizia e dello spazio pubblico a Tor Bella Monaca. In Eugenio Arbizzani, Adolfo F. L. Baratta, Eliana Cangelli, Laura Daglio, Federica Ottone, Donatella Radogna (a cura di), Architettura e Tecnologia per l'Abitare. Upcycling degli edifici ERP di Tor Bella Monaca a Roma (pp. 217-223). Rimini : Maggioli Editore.