Garbarini, Giulia (2018) Smart Landscape. The architecture of the "micro smart grid" as a resilience strategy for landscape. PhD thesis, University of Trento.
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“Smart Landscape”, starting from energy devices for the management and distribution of electricity resources, tends to define a possible vision of landscape. The main structure and process are based on the architecture of a “micro smart grid”, which is generally associated with urban energy grids and districts, but may become a figurative reference for new forms of landscape, such as “Smart Landscape”. The output of the research would be to show how the main strategies of “Smart Landscape” and its development could be applied in different context. The outcomes deriving from the theoretical framework and case study prototypes are: strategy (Interoperability and Accountability), structure (smart grid), and process (main case study). The prototype is the island of Venice Lido, to which the concept and structure of the “micro smart grid” would be applied, trying to follow analyses and pilot projects aimed at creating a research project called “L.I.D.O. – Venice: Learning Island Design Opportunities – Venezia. Sustainable scenarios for Venice Lido”. Smart Landscape is a reflection on development of an urban and landscape design typology linked to the changes brought by the continuous evolution of technologies and the increasingly pressing need for resilience of anthropized contexts, and not only.
|Item Type:||Doctoral Thesis (PhD)|
|Doctoral School:||Civil, Environmental and Mechanical Engineering|
|Subjects:||Area 08 - Ingegneria civile e Architettura > ICAR/15 ARCHITETTURA DEL PAESAGGIO|
Area 08 - Ingegneria civile e Architettura
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