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  1. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    June, 2015
    Italy

    This paper is intended to explore the potential of the Building Information Modelling (BIM) methodologies to be applied to the various stages of the construction process, particularly as far as international guidelines and best practices supporting virtuous operating flows are concerned: the IT component, mostly graphic during the design phase, is mainly integrated and renewed in an alphanumeric format, and becomes an integrating part of the management and maintenance of the artefacts.

  2. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    December, 2015
    Italy

    L’articolo affronta il tema del finanziamento degli interventi di restauro e riuso delle grandi architetture del ‘900, in un momento storico in cui le risorse finanziarie pubbliche sono sempre più scarse e difficili da reperire. La ricerca affronta la possibilità di ricorrere al crowdfunding attraverso il caso studio del progetto di “Torino Esposizioni”, un’architettura del ‘900, parzialmente utilizzata, in stato di degrado, nonostante sia riconosciuta dalla critica internazionale come un’opera di eccezionale valore.

  3. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    June, 2015

    The paper synthesises and compares the results of a research carried out on the energy potential of the provinces of Enna and Syracuse from the perspective of wind energy production. The study highlighted some remarkable differences between the two provinces due to the different wind dynamics and the presence of the landscape characteristics.

  4. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    June, 2015
    Italy

    The development of inner-city Paris (100 km2) and the grid of the Commissioners’ Plan of Manhattan (66 km2) were recorded on scales of different ages: two millennia for Paris and two centuries for Manhattan. Despite being very different in appearance, with competing feudal powers in a compartmentalised society and competing markets in an open society, land lot hierarchies marked by hierarchies of scale have emerged that are surprisingly similar, as if there were a form of universality at work.

  5. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    April, 2015
    Italy

    <div><table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" align="left"><tbody><tr><td align="left" valign="top"><p class="ABSTRACT">The relevant role of spatial planning in the enforcement of climate change mitigation, managing the development of new low-carbon infrastructures and increasing system-wide efficiencies across sectors, has been addressed at global level (IPCC, 2014 WGIII).

  6. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    April, 2015

    <p>In the definition of scenarios as key components underlying the decisions on city’s and territory’s transformation processes stands the comprehension of the interactions between multiple aspects that influence that dynamics. The spatial data knowledge and the development of new ICT solutions which can guide the planner towards strategic, reliable and shared decisions are essential. It is proposed a methodology in which to specialize the special approach established in previous projects developed by extending and implementing GIS technology Geographic Information System towards onli

  7. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    June, 2015
    Italy

    I cambiamenti della Parigi intra-muros (100 kmq) e della planimetria di Manhattan (66 kmq) elaborata dal Commissioners’ Plan (Piano regolatore) si inseriscono in due scale temporali diverse: due millenni nel caso di Parigi, due secoli nel caso di Manhattan. In apparenza molto diverse, la competitività dei poteri feudali da un lato, in una società chiusa, e la competitività del mercato dall’altro, in una società aperta, hanno tuttavia fatto emergere gerarchie parcellari, contraddistinte da gerarchie di scala sorprendentemente simili, come ci fosse all’opera una certa universalità.

  8. Library Resource
    Peer-reviewed publication
    December, 2015
    Italy

    Recentemente è stato proposto un metodo per affinare il processo di previsione del valore del bene trasformato in contesti caratterizzati da una ridotta quantità di dati (d’Amato, 2015a; d’Amato, 2015b). Il problema è rilevante in quanto investe la valutazione di suoli oggetto di trasformazione al pari di immobili in corso di costruzione (investment property under construction) o il valore futuro. La mancanza di dati è una delle difficoltà endemiche al processo di valutazione.

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