NATIONAL BUILDING TYPOLOGY AS A SOURCE FOR AN ADEQUATE REHABILITATION POLICY

Authors

  • Dušan Ignjatović Belgrade University, Faculty of Architecture Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 73/II, Belgrade
  • Nataša Ćuković Ignjatović Belgrade University, Faculty of Architecture Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 73/II, Belgrade
  • Milica Jovanović Popović Belgrade University, Faculty of Architecture Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 73/II, Belgrade

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7251/cm.v2i4.1487

Abstract

Serbia’s Law on Planning and Building has imposed the topics of energy efficiency in building sector, requiring adequate policy making and providing a starting point for improvement of the current situation in this field. Considering the fact that there are more than 3.200.000 housing units without any statistical classification a need arose for establishing a national building typology as a starting point for further decision making and appropriate activities definition regarding the existing housing stock.

After joining EU TABULA (Typology Approach for Building Stock Energy Assessment) project, methodologies and approaches of the European countries have been analysed providing a common experience, at the same illustrating a need for identification and classification of local characteristics. In order to obtain adequate data a comprehensive survey has been conducted, providing a starting point for creation of typology. The National Typology has identified typical “model” buildings and defined the levels of improvement ranging from standard (according to the current law) to the low-energy level. The paper explains the methodology, procedures and local characteristics of the process and gives an insight in the activity describing the problems and potentials of the approach.

References

[1] M. Jovanović Popović et al., Energy optimization of buildings in the context of sustainable architecture – II part, Faculty of Architecture, University of Belgrade, (2003) Belgrade

[2] M. Jovanović Popović et al., Energy efficiency in buildings: assessment of energy per-formances of the Serbian building stock, Internal report, Faculty of Architecture University of Belgra-de, (2010) Belgrade

[3] M. Jovanović Popović, D. Ignjatović et al., Residential buildings in Serbia / preliminary typology, Internal report, Faculty of Architecture University of Belgrade, (2011) Belgrade

[4] Statistical yearbook of Serbia, Statistical office of Republic of Serbia, Belgrade (2003)

[5] Report on TABULA project ‘Typology approach for building stock energy assessment‘(2011), http://www.building-typology.eu

Published

2013-12-01