Published: Jan 1996
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This article presents an energy model that differentiates the functional aspects of building assessment from the aesthetic or elemental assessment of a building. It also presents a generalized approach to intervention and, thus, prioritization of recommendations for remediation.
preservation, rehabilitation, standards, building technology, buildings, evaluation, building assessment
Partneradjunct associate professor, Kieran, Timberlake & HarrisUniversity of Pennsylvania, PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia, PAPA