ATLAS

EU AS ATLAS, Advanced Tools for Low-carbon, high-value development of historic architecture in the Alpine Space

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ATLAS

Only if we intensify our efforts to vlorize und use sustainably historic buildings we will be able to both meet the ambitious climate mitigation targets and protect the intrinsic characteristics of the Alpine cultural landscape. This task is a mission for the whole civil society. The ATLAS Project Targets the (re-)discovery of - not only listed - traditional architecture (buildings and ensambles). These buildings are often located in deprived areas and provide low levels of energy efficiency and comfort. The project aims at paving the way for sustainabkle development of the historic structures. This will include capitalizing and optimizing existing best practice solutions for building refurbishment and regional development. Stakeholders of the whole value chain and decision-makers are included in a Network to ensure sustainability from social, ecological and cultural point of view.

Publications
Teaching experience with the Historic Building Energy Retrofit Atlas – HiBERATLAS
Troi A, Exner D, Haas F (2021)
Conference proceedings article

Conference: SBE21 - Sustainable Built Heritage | online | 14.4.2021 - 16.4.2021

More information: https://sbe21heritage.eurac.edu/paper-809608/

Experimental measurement of materials’ drying coefficient for internal insulation: new approaches for laboratory testing
Rieser A, Herrera-Avellanosa D,Leonardi E, Larcher M, Pfluger R (2021)
Conference proceedings article

Conference: SBE21 - Sustainable Built Heritage | online | 14.4.2021 - 16.4.2021

More information: https://sbe21heritage.eurac.edu/paper-936165/

A new decision guidance tool for the adoption of energy retrofit solutions in historic building
Rieser A, Leonardi E, Haas F, Pfluger R (2021)
Conference proceedings article

Conference: SBE21 - Sustainable Built Heritage | online | 14.4.2021 - 16.4.2021

More information: https://sbe21heritage.eurac.edu/paper-725673/

Making deep renovation of historic buildings happen – learnings from the Historic Buildings Energy Retrofit Atlas
Haas F, Exner D, Herrera-Avellanosa D, Hüttler W, Troi A (2021)
Conference proceedings article

Conference: SBE21 - Sustainable Built Heritage | online | 14.4.2021 - 16.4.2021

More information: https://sbe21heritage.eurac.edu/paper-585117/

Inspiriert durch gute Beispiele
Troi A (2021)
Journal article
Südtiroler Landwirt
Partner
University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland
Energy Institute Vorarlberg
Remarkable Sites & Cities of France - Federation of art and historical Cities, Regions and Heritage Sites
Posoški razvojni center
Municipality of Truden in the nature park
University of Innsbruck Institute for Structural Engineering and Material Sciences Department: Energy Efficient Building
Fachhochschule Munchen - MUAS
Teamblau GmbH

Scientific Output

  • The HiBERatlas: a Historic Building Atlas as accessible database for best practice examples for energy refurbishments www

  • The HiBERtool: An interactive retrofit guidance tool for refurbishment solution compatible with historic buildings www

  • Assessment Scheme Including KPI for the Assessment and Benchmarking the Sustainability of Historic Buildings renovations www

  • The ATLAS holistic decision-support toolkit for municipalities: The document presents methodologies and tools and provides a step-by-step process to implement optimal sustainable regional development policies and renovation strategies for municipalities and policy makers in the Alpine Space pdf

Contact

Franziska Haas Koch

Project managerT 176 550 1740 93+ude.carue@saah.aksiznarf

Alexandra Troi

Vice project managerT 206 550 1740 93+ude.carue@iort.ardnaxela

Nazie Amisulashvili

Project assistantT 947 550 1740 93+ude.carue@ilivhsalusima.eizan

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