Energieeffizienz und Energieeinsparung in historischen denkmalgeschuetzen Gebaeuden UNESCO Welterbe Quedlinburg

by  francesca visintin

September 25, 2013

The following restoration cases date from years 2000-2012. They were realized in the Unesco
Heritage Town of Quedlinburg by architectural offices resident locally. Most of the concerned
buildings had previously stood empty for many years and were therefore in a bad or even
ruinous state. Because of this, energy-related solutions were an integral part of the overall
refurbishment effort which aimed at a long term preservation and an economic performance
of these monuments.
The practice examples presented here were realized on a modest budget of 1.000-1.500 €/sqm
used area (construction cost incl. 19% VAT, excl. incidental costs). They exemplify „standard“
restorations whose lessons can of course be applied to similar cases in comparable locations
as well.

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