Climathon

A New Skin To Redevelop The City Of Lecce

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Redevelop the city

63.8% of the building stock in Italy was built before 1971

Team
Smart
Contact details
mauro.buonocore@cmcc.it

The urban green spaces as a solution for climate change impacts

Imagine the green spaces as urban infrastructure, able to improve conditions in cities while taking into account some specific phenomena correlated to climate change, such as urban heat islands and extreme precipitation events in urban areas.

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Redevelop the city

63.8% of the building stock in Italy was built before 1971

Solution context

Introduction of a proposal for a sustainable development building to be applied to the building heritage without historical value and energy qualification.

Solution description

We propose a project for the creation of a lightweight skeleton with a customizable structure to be integrated with green components and smart modules. In this way it is possible to improve the environmental and energy impact of the building structure through a highly customizable and aesthetically pleasing smart skins capable of integrating into the urban environment, transforming a weak point into a strong point of the city.

 

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