Among the research discourse concerning cultural heritage in the post-COVID-19 phase, a greater awareness of the social value of heritage and its repercussions on collective well-being has emerged. This attention requires overcoming the top-down approach of public policies in favour of public–private partnership tools that are more effective at capturing the multidimensional components of value generated by cultural heritage. However, it is necessary to refine the tools used to evaluate and guide actions towards a perspective capable of integrating the conservation needs of the asset with collective well-being. This contribution investigates the calls for funding and public notices on the architectural heritage in Italy in the period from 2014–2020. In this field, the Third Sector is assuming a crucial role, showing specific attention to the issue of well-being consistent with its social goals. The calls were collected and structured in a database, with a specific focus on the calls aimed at adaptive heritage reuse that were categorised and analysed. Finally, the research proposed an assessment method based on a dashboard model of indicators to evaluate the quality of reuse interventions. The selected indicators consider both the production of plus-value in terms of improving well-being, and the need to bring the interventions on the existing architecture to a procedural circularity in line with the theoretical orientations of restoration.

How to monitor and evaluate quality in adaptive heritage reuse projects from a well-being perspective: a proposal for a dashboard model of indicators to support promoters / Dabbene, Daniele; Bartolozzi, Carla; Coscia, Cristina. - In: SUSTAINABILITY. - ISSN 2071-1050. - ELETTRONICO. - 14 (12):7099(2022), pp. 1-32. [10.3390/su14127099]

How to monitor and evaluate quality in adaptive heritage reuse projects from a well-being perspective: a proposal for a dashboard model of indicators to support promoters

Dabbene, Daniele;Bartolozzi, Carla;Coscia, Cristina
2022

Abstract

Among the research discourse concerning cultural heritage in the post-COVID-19 phase, a greater awareness of the social value of heritage and its repercussions on collective well-being has emerged. This attention requires overcoming the top-down approach of public policies in favour of public–private partnership tools that are more effective at capturing the multidimensional components of value generated by cultural heritage. However, it is necessary to refine the tools used to evaluate and guide actions towards a perspective capable of integrating the conservation needs of the asset with collective well-being. This contribution investigates the calls for funding and public notices on the architectural heritage in Italy in the period from 2014–2020. In this field, the Third Sector is assuming a crucial role, showing specific attention to the issue of well-being consistent with its social goals. The calls were collected and structured in a database, with a specific focus on the calls aimed at adaptive heritage reuse that were categorised and analysed. Finally, the research proposed an assessment method based on a dashboard model of indicators to evaluate the quality of reuse interventions. The selected indicators consider both the production of plus-value in terms of improving well-being, and the need to bring the interventions on the existing architecture to a procedural circularity in line with the theoretical orientations of restoration.
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