Nowadays, we recognize the need for a renewed commitment to the questions posed by the contemporary city to imagine new constructability scenarios paying attention to energy efficiency and cost saving, in order to obtain the recovery of identity of a city, achieving efficiency and effectiveness of the results. This paper focuses on developing effective strategies, based on sustainability and policies applicable to the built environment. Scientific experiences of the Author, demonstrated by scientific and technological patents, regarding the implementation projects on Nanomaterials, nanostructured inorganic oxides, and more par-ticularly titanium sesquioxide and silicon, show that it is possible to obtain materials with high level of bio-compatibility that can be used for the consolidation of ancient wood and stones.
|Numero di pagine||5|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2013|
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