ATLAS

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

Project deliverables

In this section various project deliverables of the technical work packages T1-4 will be published, as soon as they are available.

WP T1 - Building stock analysis and documentation of good practice building solutions

  • Deliverable D.T1.1.1 Historic building typologies of the Alpine Space: t.1.1.1_historic-building-typologies_new.pdf
    Munich University of Applied Sciences in collaboration with all the project partners analysed the HB stock in Alpine Space. Based on existing databases/heritage repositories, they subdivided the HB stock into different representative building typologies considering use, geometry, location, climate, architectural characteristics, construction and build-ing age.
     
  • Deliverable D.T1.1.2 Deep historic analysis of an exemplary buildings: t.1.1.2_deep_historic_analysis_of_exemplary_buildings.pdf
    For deliverable T1.1.1 Munich University of Applied Sciences analysed the HB stock in the Alpine Space. For deliverable T1.1.2 eight non-refurbished buildings, one representative per each of those typologies were closer investigated to serve as case study for the feasibility studies of task T2.3.

 

WP T2 - Replicable & robust retrofit solutions

WP T3 - Toolkit for municipalities and regional planning strategies

  • Deliverable D.T3.1.1 and D.T3.3.1  Inclusive business models, co-benefits and socio-economic value in historic building renovation in the Alpine Space & Report of sustainable revitalization concepts and funding strategies:
    t.3.1.1_t.3.3_inclusive-business-model_and_report-on-suistanable-revitalization.pdf
    The Alpine historical buildings are recollection silos, the exhibit of the culture, habits, values and lifestyle that shaped a region over the time. Renovating the historical buildings brings with it other overarching socioeconomic impacts that go beyond the environmental benefits. The ATLAS research team interviewed over 30 rural alpine municipalities from 5 countries to better understand their views on the socioeconomic benefits in their region. The research team inquired about the opportunities, funding options and barriers that face the municipalities when they engage in historical retrofitting projects.  The report summarizes the results of these interviews.
     
  • Deliverable D.T3.2.1 Methods for assessment and quantification of local renewable energy sources in the alpine space: t.3.2.1_methods_for_assessment_and_quantification_low.pdf
    The deliverable gathers information and capitalizes existing tools and strategies for potential assessment of renewables in the areas of the Alpine Space studied with focus on their impact on historic structures.