Advanced Tools for low-carbon, high-value development of historic architecture in the Alpine Space
The ATLAS Project aims at (re-)discovering all traditional architecture (buildings and ensembles beyond the level of protection).
These buildings are often located in neglected areas and provide low levels of energy efficiency and comfort.
The project aims at paving the way for sustainable development of historic structures. This will include capitalizing and optimizing existing best practice solutions for building refurbishment and regional development. Stakeholders of the whole value chain and decision-makers are included in a network to ensure sustainability from social, ecological and cultural points of view.
To reach this targets ATLAS will provide advanced tools such as an online decision-support tool for environmental building retrofit and a ToolKit for municipalities. Tailored Training and dissemination activities like the cross-border EnerCulTour and transnational workshops will ensure the knowledge exchange and implementation of project outputs. Additionally it will result in an increased number of high-level retrofits, the valorization of the cultural landscape and the achievement of low carbon targets.
Partners with expertise in energy efficiency, heritage preservation and regional development will work closely together in ATLAS.
The integration of the municipalities directly into the consortium is key for developing and implementing the project results.
ATLAS is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Interreg Alpine Space programme.
Total eligible costs: 1.847.136,89 EUR
ERDF grant: 1.399.900,58 EUR
Project start date: 17/04/2018
Project end date: 16/04/2021
Visit the Project Website: http://www.alpine-space.eu/atlas