RECONSTRUCTION AFTER THE EARTHQUAKE: THE PROJECT OF THE NEW ACCUMOLI SCHOOL
The Scuola di Riscostruzione di Accumoli resides in a school building in prefabricated wooden construction, which was built after the 2016/17 earthquake series above the destroyed historic center on Accumoli in the provisional settlement.
This project was supported in the planning by lecturers from the University of La Sapienza in Rome and realized in record time. The working group consisted of around 40 lecturers from the Faculty of Architecture and the Faculty of Civil and Industrial Engineering with interdisciplinary expertise: from architecture to structural planning, from building services engineering to material technology and safety equipment; all decisive factors for a building that should also play a strategic role in hypothetically future emergency situations.
The facility extends over a floor area of 700 square meters and is designed to be barrier-free. It includes three seminar rooms, a plenary hall, a dining room with kitchen and sanitary facilities.
Biological sustainability played an important role in the design of the building. A special focus was placed on the use of recyclable materials and on high energy efficiency (Nearly Zero Emission Buildings).
Final design by the Sapienza Rome Departments:
DIAP Department of Architecture and Design - coordination
DICEA, DPDTA, DSDRA, DISG, DIAEE, DICMA
Scientific coordinator Orazio Carpenzano
DiAP project center manager Maurizio Alecci
Operational coordinator Filippo Lambertucci
Architecture: Andrea Bruschi and Filippo Lambertucci with Francesca Di Felice, Alessandro Felici, Leo Viola
Regulations: Alessandra Capanna
Structures: Alessio Lupoi with Edoardo Pallante
Mechanical systems: Francesco Mancini, Fabrizio Cumo
Electrical and special systems: Giuseppe Parise, Luigi Martirano, Luigi Parise
Technologies: Carola Clemente with Anna Mangiatordi, Costanza Drudi
Building and environmental feasibility: Carlo Cecere
Environmental and building requirements for the emergency: Edoardo Currà and Alessandro D'Amico
Natural lighting and sunshine: Michele Morganti, Federica Rosso
Acoustics: Enrico Spoletini
Urban planning: Cristina Imbroglini
Computations: Giuliana Briulotta
Hydraulics and hydrology: Francesco Napolitano, Claudio Mineo
Geology: Giuseppe Sappa
Geotechnics: Giuseppe Lanzo
Fire prevention: Teresa Villani
Safety: Alfredo Simonetti, Marta Saponetti, Stefano Schietroma, Daniele Silvestri
Archeology: Carlo Virili
3D elaborations: Leonardo Baglioni, Marta Salvatore
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