TECHNE 6 (2013): Quality and effectiveness of the building process
Research and Experimentation
School beyond school. School space management between resource regeneration and sharing
Published October 24, 2013
- School Space Sharing,
- Socio-technical-ecological System,
- Process Management,
- Project Management
How to Cite
Angelucci, F., Di Sivo, M., & Ladiana, D. (2013). School beyond school. School space management between resource regeneration and sharing. TECHNE - Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, (6), 141-148. https://doi.org/10.13128/Techne-13467
AbstractThe instance of existing school asset care, maintenance and regeneration represents the opportunity to develop some researches based on an model for an integrated management of the maintenance of learning spaces quality and efficiency, in order to re-think and modify them as “shared urban strategic resources” through which directly to involve the users operating both in schools and in neighbourhoods. An intervention philosophy has therefore emerged, based on the principle of ‘resilience’ within the school-city macrosystem: a complex system where technological, ecological and social elements co-exist and co-evolve within a vision linking the resource preservation culture with the living sustainability culture.
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