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.

renovation

housing stock

decision making

multi-value framework

Author

Liane Thuvander

Chalmers, Architecture

Paula Femenias

Chalmers, Architecture

Annika Danielsson

Chalmers, Architecture

Anna Sofia Wannerskog

Chalmers, Architecture

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

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