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INFINITE Case Study: Italy

The Italian sister buildings are multifamily dwelling units owned by a single owner and built in 1978 and 1979. The buildings include 4 residential units each for a total of 8 dwellings. This case study is particularly suitable to test INFINITE’s approach because the twin buildings allow to compare the energy performance before and after the renovation. STRUCTURE Steel-reinforced concrete frame with brick masonry.

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INFINITE Case Study: France

The French demo case is a part of a U-shape building with an internal garden and common areas on the ground floor. Built in 2002, it has been classified as energetic class E. The building is composed of 31 dwellings divided in 4 floors. STRUCTURE Steel-reinforced concrete frame with brick masonry.

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INFINITE Case Study: Slovenia

The Slovenian demo case is a medium size, multi-use building owned by multiple owners. Built during the 1970-1980, it is composed by offices on the ground floor, plus 40 single residential units divided among four floors and an attic area. Although the building is connected to a district heating system, the overall energy performance is poor because of badly insulated envelope and windows. STRUCTURE Steel-reinforced concrete frame with brick masonry.

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