Digital Library

The Digital Library is a repository where teachers, students and professional experts can directly and freely access multiple information and files on rehabilitation and restoration. It is an open source network for information distribution, built with the involvement and contributions of specialised experts and companies working in rehabilitation.

The digital library is organized into two different databases collecting information relating to technological innovations and innovative interventions in building rehabilitation. Each Database will gather an adequate number of sheets, simple or complex, depending on the study-case. 

Database 1 (IO3)

Technological innovations for rehabilitation”

The database organizes the technological innovations by referring to the different building parts/construction systems, using a particular attention to the original construction materials and to the innovative construction techniques that it will be introduced. Each Partner of the project must involve local stakeholders and industries because they produce innovative materials or construction companies engaged in the experimentation/implementation of cutting-edge construction systems.

Database 2 (IO4)

“Innovative Architectural Intervention in rehabilitation”

The second database subdivides the innovative architectural interventions related to the rehabilitation and restoration by referring to specific categories/examples and emblematic study-cases, using a particular attention to the original design and to the innovative architectural intervention that it will be introduced. Also collecting the sheets of Database 2, each Partner must involve local stakeholders and architects with innovative rehabilitation/restoration buildings interventions.

Case Studies

on rehabilitation and restoration at European level

Practical materials

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