The project

This project concerns a part of the Compagnoni- Fenulli II urban redevelopment program, co-financed by the Emilia Romagna region (Neighborhood Contracts 2) and envisages in particular the completion of the two ERP 2B-2C buildings, work already foreseen in the Detailed Initiative Plan Public (PUA) approved by the City Council in 2005. The upgrade project includes the completion of the buildings and the construction of primary urbanization works strictly necessary for their functionality.

The buildings are located in the northern area of the third implementation sector. To the west of each of them, we find the bicycle and pedestrian system developed along the north-south axis, to the east an extensive landscaped green area, to the north the integrated roadway access system with public parking and visual and acoustic mitigation green spaces, to the south neighborhood-scale aggregation open spaces that integrate with the system of bicycle and pedestrian connections.

Each building, in line, consists of 20 public housing units.
The 5 floors, divided into two staircases, are served by vertical mechanical systems and have two dwellings per floor, while the ground floor houses the services ancillary to housing integrated with the parking spaces associated with the dwellings.
In order to improve comfort and, consequently, the use of energy resources, the adoption of masonry systems designed to favour a high coefficient of thermal insulation in both the vertical and horizontal planes of the building is highlighted.
n addition, the adoption of large glazed openings on the south facade warrants the use of energy resources in the winter period, while at the same time favouring a reduction in energy consumption, as well as an optimal control of the energy contribution of sunlight, warranted by the presence of loggias in the summer period.
Similarly, the northern facade of the building has a limited number of openings and all the kitchens and bathrooms are located on it.
Therefore, all living rooms are characterized by warm and cold fronts to promote optimal cross-ventilation of the living units.
The sanitary facilities are equipped with integrated water-saving systems. The materials and technical systems adopted comply with the requirements identified in the voluntary requirements and aimed at controlling harmful emissions from materials of structures, systems and finishes.

Adopting appropriate technological solutions aimed at reducing internal electromagnetic pollution and optimizing energy consumption management are essential to ensure adequate burglary security systems and energy and environmental sustainability.