The complex balance among quality of the built environment, living of the open spaces and containment of the energy consumptions, represents a hard challenge within the urban regeneration that finds in the architectural and technological experimentation an instrument of both interpretation of the end users’ needs and performance improvement of the built environment and relationship spaces. We promote, therefore, a reflection on the "technological" role of open spaces and buildings, in comparison with the fruition potentialities and, above all, in comparison with the stimulant possibility to make them places of a high-tech content, respecting the identity of places and the local housing culture. The research, of which we describe the highlights, is part of a wider research carried out under an agreement Italy-China attended by several Italian universities. The research group (ICAR/12) of the Second University of Napoli has carried out considerations and has developed project ideas for the Cantonese neighbourhood of Guang-Fu, in relation to two main issues: the environmental redevelopment of a linear open space and the rehabilitation of energy-environmental southeast quadrant of the neighbourhood, with its historical buildings.

COGNITIVE PROCESSES FOR THE URBAN TECHNOLOGICAL DESIGN / Processi cognitivi per il progetto tecnologico urbano

FRANCHINO, Rossella;FRETTOLOSO, Caterina;MUZZILLO, Francesca;VIOLANO, Antonella
2015

Abstract

The complex balance among quality of the built environment, living of the open spaces and containment of the energy consumptions, represents a hard challenge within the urban regeneration that finds in the architectural and technological experimentation an instrument of both interpretation of the end users’ needs and performance improvement of the built environment and relationship spaces. We promote, therefore, a reflection on the "technological" role of open spaces and buildings, in comparison with the fruition potentialities and, above all, in comparison with the stimulant possibility to make them places of a high-tech content, respecting the identity of places and the local housing culture. The research, of which we describe the highlights, is part of a wider research carried out under an agreement Italy-China attended by several Italian universities. The research group (ICAR/12) of the Second University of Napoli has carried out considerations and has developed project ideas for the Cantonese neighbourhood of Guang-Fu, in relation to two main issues: the environmental redevelopment of a linear open space and the rehabilitation of energy-environmental southeast quadrant of the neighbourhood, with its historical buildings.
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