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Historic Indoor Microclimate of the Heritage Buildings


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Architecture and Indoor Microclimate.- Indoor Microclimate.- Historic Indoor Microclimate.- The Study of Historic Indoor Microclimate.- The Investigation.- Buildings Indoor Microclimate Quality (IMQ): Assessment and Certification.- Design Criteria and Strategies.- Malatestiana Library in Cesena, Italy.- Villa La Petraia (Firenze) UNESCO World Heritage.- The Santuario della Visitazione del Valinotto, Turin, Italy.- Vleeshuis Museum- Antwerp (Belgium).

About the Author

Marco Pretelli's areas of expertise include heritage conservation, the restoration of historic buildings, as well as the prevention and promotion of the same. He has also worked at the MIBAC (Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities) and is currently a Full Professor of Architectural Restoration and Conservation Theory of Historic Buildings and Heritage Conservation.
Kristian Fabbri, architect, has gathered substantial experience in the history of technical systems in buildings (the history of HVAC etc.), as well as building energy performance, indoor environmental quality, human behaviour, heritage and energy management. He is currently an Adjunct Professor of Building Simulation at the University of Bologna, Italy. He currently collaborates with Emilia-Romagna Region (Public Bodies), and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) trade and professional training organizations. He qualified for the post of an Associate Professor in Environmental Physics and Nuclear Engineering (09/C2 ASN 2013) and in Design and Architecture Technology (08/C1 ASN 2016).He can reached at: www.kristianfabbri.com

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