- Bringing together nine different innovative retrofitting or new museum projects from all over Europe and representing a variety of types with the support of internationally acclaimed experts in the field of energy efficiency research in order to produce excellent showcases of energy efficient and sustainable museum design; - NNE5/20/1999 EU Project demonstrating on all cases that energy efficient and sustainable museum buildings can fully meet or exceed all the architectural, functional, comfort, control and safety requirements through the application of innovative and intelligent design and integrated features, which have partly been developed under former joule and save research; 2 press realeases and 4 newsletter has been pubòlished onthis research carried on under the umbrella of EU Project MUSEUMS Periodo di riferimento: 01/01/2000 to 31/12/2004 Soggetti coinvolti: Università degli Studi di Firenze – Centro ABITA Art Museum of Bornholm, Gudhjem, Danemarca, Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum, Braunschweig, Germania, Archaeological Museum of Delphi, Delphi, Greece, Bardini Museum, Florence, Italia, National Museum ‘Pompeo Aria’, Marzabotto, Italia, National Archaeological Museum, Lisbon, Portogallo, Museum of Modern Art, Kristinehamn, Sweden, Slovene Ethnographic Museum, Ljubljana, Slovenia, C/PLEX, West Bromwich, Regno Unito. Finanziamento della Ricerca: Fondo di ricerca Europeo all’interno del V° Programma Quadro della Ricerca, Sviluppo Tecnologico e Dimostrazione

Museums - Energy Efficiency & Sustainability In Retrofitted & New Museum Buildings / A.Tombazis; T.Esbensen; M.Santamouris; M.Sala; P. Gallo;A.Mingozzi; A.Kreiner. - STAMPA. - (2004).

Museums - Energy Efficiency & Sustainability In Retrofitted & New Museum Buildings

SALA, MARCO;GALLO, PAOLA;
2004

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- Bringing together nine different innovative retrofitting or new museum projects from all over Europe and representing a variety of types with the support of internationally acclaimed experts in the field of energy efficiency research in order to produce excellent showcases of energy efficient and sustainable museum design; - NNE5/20/1999 EU Project demonstrating on all cases that energy efficient and sustainable museum buildings can fully meet or exceed all the architectural, functional, comfort, control and safety requirements through the application of innovative and intelligent design and integrated features, which have partly been developed under former joule and save research; 2 press realeases and 4 newsletter has been pubòlished onthis research carried on under the umbrella of EU Project MUSEUMS Periodo di riferimento: 01/01/2000 to 31/12/2004 Soggetti coinvolti: Università degli Studi di Firenze – Centro ABITA Art Museum of Bornholm, Gudhjem, Danemarca, Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum, Braunschweig, Germania, Archaeological Museum of Delphi, Delphi, Greece, Bardini Museum, Florence, Italia, National Museum ‘Pompeo Aria’, Marzabotto, Italia, National Archaeological Museum, Lisbon, Portogallo, Museum of Modern Art, Kristinehamn, Sweden, Slovene Ethnographic Museum, Ljubljana, Slovenia, C/PLEX, West Bromwich, Regno Unito. Finanziamento della Ricerca: Fondo di ricerca Europeo all’interno del V° Programma Quadro della Ricerca, Sviluppo Tecnologico e Dimostrazione
A.Tombazis; T.Esbensen; M.Santamouris; M.Sala; P. Gallo;A.Mingozzi; A.Kreiner
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