The aim of the research is to identify method and operational references at different scales, urban and territorial, to be applied to territories affected by earthquakes, useful for defining prevention and reconstruction strategies. In particular, the activity focuses on Accumoli, and takes concrete form in the construction of a pilot program for reconstruction, defining integrated and coordinated reconstruction actions based on resilience of the affected areas. With three specific features: addressing multiple scales (not just individual buildings, but settlements and territories), considering various topics and subjects (besides physical reconstruction, functional aspects and relationships and different actors involved), and pursuing prevention purposes in relation to possible future events within a sustainable local development perspective. On the basis of experience and knowledge accumulated as a result of natural destructive events and reconstructions that have affected our country in the recent past, the research assumes that the reconstruction must be addressed for and with the territory, starting from the recognition of its level of damage and loss of functionality, by its specific features and resources. Proposals are defined through a process in which the involvement of various institutional actors and inhabitants does not want to be understood as a “formal” participation, but as an essential condition of joint work. The research follows two correlated directions: a) Definition of the guidelines for a path of virtuous reconstruction; b) Identification of a BIM methodology applicable both in the reconstruction and prevention situation.

Accumoli tomorrow. Smart and sustainable interventions for a safe, welcoming and resilient territory / Bianchini, Carlo; CIMBOLLI SPAGNESI, Piero; Empler, Tommaso. - (2019), pp. 1110-1117. ((Intervento presentato al convegno IFAU '18 -2nd International Forum on Architecture and Urbanism tenutosi a Pescara.

Accumoli tomorrow. Smart and sustainable interventions for a safe, welcoming and resilient territory

Carlo Bianchini;Piero Spagnesi
;
Tommaso Empler
2019

Abstract

The aim of the research is to identify method and operational references at different scales, urban and territorial, to be applied to territories affected by earthquakes, useful for defining prevention and reconstruction strategies. In particular, the activity focuses on Accumoli, and takes concrete form in the construction of a pilot program for reconstruction, defining integrated and coordinated reconstruction actions based on resilience of the affected areas. With three specific features: addressing multiple scales (not just individual buildings, but settlements and territories), considering various topics and subjects (besides physical reconstruction, functional aspects and relationships and different actors involved), and pursuing prevention purposes in relation to possible future events within a sustainable local development perspective. On the basis of experience and knowledge accumulated as a result of natural destructive events and reconstructions that have affected our country in the recent past, the research assumes that the reconstruction must be addressed for and with the territory, starting from the recognition of its level of damage and loss of functionality, by its specific features and resources. Proposals are defined through a process in which the involvement of various institutional actors and inhabitants does not want to be understood as a “formal” participation, but as an essential condition of joint work. The research follows two correlated directions: a) Definition of the guidelines for a path of virtuous reconstruction; b) Identification of a BIM methodology applicable both in the reconstruction and prevention situation.
IFAU '18 -2nd International Forum on Architecture and Urbanism
risk assessment; reconstruction; prevention; BIM; sustainable territory
04 Pubblicazione in atti di convegno::04b Atto di convegno in volume
Accumoli tomorrow. Smart and sustainable interventions for a safe, welcoming and resilient territory / Bianchini, Carlo; CIMBOLLI SPAGNESI, Piero; Empler, Tommaso. - (2019), pp. 1110-1117. ((Intervento presentato al convegno IFAU '18 -2nd International Forum on Architecture and Urbanism tenutosi a Pescara.
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