Future sustainable building renovation is a balance between the economic and environmental impacts related to the desired social activities facilitated by the renovated building. A review of recent research has revealed that the present efforts on sustainable objectives fulfilment in renovation projects are not sufficient. This paper investigates processes and frameworks in building renovation. It aims to deal with simplification of the existing complexity due to involvement of various types of stakeholders, sustainability criteria and potential renovation technologies in design process. Moreover, it facilitates understanding of the design process implementation through identification of the different activities, which need to be carried out. Hereafter, two frameworks by application of different Multiple Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) methods are developed and for each one, three levels of decision-making and the required activities are provided. Finally, the decision-making at the third level is considered as a scientific design approach and is introduced as an integrated design process implementation and evaluation for the use of sustainability value-oriented criteria in design process. It helps stakeholders in the renovation process to discuss their project “on the same level” and results to make transparent decisions in a rational order.
|Numero di pagine||8|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2017|
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