The historic town centres of our cities may be considered as a stratified and interconnected aggregate of values where it is often difficult to identify what is true, good and beautiful from what is false, ugly and bad, or that which is useful from what is useless. Identifying these values for some of the possible configurations of components in the mosaic of a historic town centre is a complex task. This study proposes a supporting model for the evaluation and choice of action in the redevelopment plan for a historic town centre, in order to locate amongst all possible redevelopment alternatives, those that best meet these prerequisites. In particular, this study analyzes the actions of the redevelopment plan for the historic town centre of Biancavilla. The proposed model is MCDA and uses the MAUT approach.
|Titolo:||Using MAUT to evaluate the true, the beautiful and good values for the retraining plan of the Biancavilla’s old town|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|