In the field of architectural enhancement through adaptive reuse, the theme of resilience assessment is crucial to understand the impact of each project action, monitor the transformability thresholds and achieve more sustainable restoration projects. The presented research is a further step of an on-going study developed in the STEP laboratory of the University of Pavia: a quantitative methodology able to evaluate, in the early stages of design, the residual performances of existing buildings and their suitability to transformation. In this phasethe implementation of the method in a BIM-based workflow is developed and validated on a case study. The definition of a simplified informative model allows, with the use of Visual Programming Language (VPL), to retrieve all the data and to define the calculation rules to activate the defined method, with the advantage of ensuring time-saving, certainty and transparency in the process.

BIM-based decision-making process for resilience assessment in adaptive reuse

marco morandotti;CECCHINI, CRISTINA
2018-01-01

Abstract

In the field of architectural enhancement through adaptive reuse, the theme of resilience assessment is crucial to understand the impact of each project action, monitor the transformability thresholds and achieve more sustainable restoration projects. The presented research is a further step of an on-going study developed in the STEP laboratory of the University of Pavia: a quantitative methodology able to evaluate, in the early stages of design, the residual performances of existing buildings and their suitability to transformation. In this phasethe implementation of the method in a BIM-based workflow is developed and validated on a case study. The definition of a simplified informative model allows, with the use of Visual Programming Language (VPL), to retrieve all the data and to define the calculation rules to activate the defined method, with the advantage of ensuring time-saving, certainty and transparency in the process.
978-84-338-6261-7
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