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The Analysis for the Project: Investigation Technique

Andrea Donelli
Dipartimento Ingegneria Civile e Ambientale, Universit¨¤ degli Studi di Trento Italy ¨C facolt¨¤ di Ingegneria DICAM

Abstract—Investigation techniques, rural mountain habitat. The first argument to be addressed in order to carry out the analysis for the project is a consideration of this principle. In the case of the analysis conducted on the habitat of Masi di Cavalese in Trentino (Figure 1), the study conducted on the basis of maps and historical as well as current cadastral plans allowed us to define the relationship that takes place between the design of the ground and the built work. Research carried out on a rural mountain habitat has allowed us to face the system of the housing type as a raison d¡¯etre of building according to logic and rationality that since World War II, due to different ways of interpreting the concept of living, has gone from use to consumption.

Index Terms—Analysis and design, Historical analysis and construction, Alpine habitat, Analysis of the built

Cite: Andrea Donelli, "The Analysis for the Project: Investigation Technique," International Journal of Structural and Civil Engineering Research, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 48-58, May 2013.