The increasing urbanization and above all the increasing demand for more efficiency in energy consumption and in the management of natural resources makes ever more urgent to tackle the construction of buildings and the planning of cities in an innovative and sustainable way. In this perspective, some research lines have emerged referring to the concepts of smart, intelligent, and green/sustainable buildings. Starting from this analysis, the article aims to highlight how it is possible to synthesize both the environmental quality aspects and the integrated control of a building in the concept of bright green buildings, and how thus a wider conceptual reference framework is necessary: identified in the Bright City based on the implementation of a City Information Modeling (CIM). This methodological framework allows managing the urban transformation operations in an integrated way and represents a synthesis of the current paradigmatic references: sustainability, smartness and resilience.

sabrina Auci, luigi Mundula, Quaquero E (2019). Bright Cities and City Information Modeling. In Schrenk M., Popovich V.V., Zeile P., Elisei P., Beyer C., J. Ryser (a cura di), IS THIS THE REAL WORLD? Perfect Smart Cities vs. Real Emotional Cities (pp. 143-152).

Bright Cities and City Information Modeling

sabrina Auci;
2019

Abstract

The increasing urbanization and above all the increasing demand for more efficiency in energy consumption and in the management of natural resources makes ever more urgent to tackle the construction of buildings and the planning of cities in an innovative and sustainable way. In this perspective, some research lines have emerged referring to the concepts of smart, intelligent, and green/sustainable buildings. Starting from this analysis, the article aims to highlight how it is possible to synthesize both the environmental quality aspects and the integrated control of a building in the concept of bright green buildings, and how thus a wider conceptual reference framework is necessary: identified in the Bright City based on the implementation of a City Information Modeling (CIM). This methodological framework allows managing the urban transformation operations in an integrated way and represents a synthesis of the current paradigmatic references: sustainability, smartness and resilience.
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sabrina Auci, luigi Mundula, Quaquero E (2019). Bright Cities and City Information Modeling. In Schrenk M., Popovich V.V., Zeile P., Elisei P., Beyer C., J. Ryser (a cura di), IS THIS THE REAL WORLD? Perfect Smart Cities vs. Real Emotional Cities (pp. 143-152).
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