Testing a multi-value approach to support decision making in renovation in the pre-design phase: A housing area in Sweden from the 1940s.
Paper in proceedings, 2013

The aim of the paper is to describe and discuss the development and implementation of a multi-value framework and its potential to support complex and integrated decision making in the pre-design phase in renovation of housing stocks. A case of a 1940s housing area in Gothenburg, Sweden, is presented where a transdisciplinary team is involved. A conceptual multi-value model has been developed which then is translated into a strategy matrix. Results show that the approach is a forthcoming way to support decision making in renovation.

decision making

housing stock

multi-value framework

renovation

Author

Liane Thuvander

Chalmers, Architecture, Architectural theory and methods

Paula Femenias

Chalmers, Architecture, Building Design

Annika Danielsson

Research - Architectural Theory and Method

Anna Sofia Wannerskog

Research - Architectural Theory and Method

Proceedings of the Central Europe towards Sustainable Building conference, CESB13, 26-28 June, Prague.

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