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Upprustning av Lunds gamla observatorium

Carlson, Simon and Lindblom, Fredrik (2014)
Programmes in Helesingborg
Abstract
This rapport is a study in advance of a possible up and coming restoration of the old observatory in Lund. The rapport is based on the possibility that it will be restored to accommodate modern facilities and suit the needs and demands we have on a modern building regarding installations and accessibility. This rapport describes in detail how to transform and renovate the old observatory to house a modern operation. The rapport includes an excessive study and documentation on the current state of the building The observatory has been used as an observatory for about a hundred years which have led to many makeshift solutions and poor choices regarding material when it has been repaired. A number of suggestions on how to transform this... (More)
This rapport is a study in advance of a possible up and coming restoration of the old observatory in Lund. The rapport is based on the possibility that it will be restored to accommodate modern facilities and suit the needs and demands we have on a modern building regarding installations and accessibility. This rapport describes in detail how to transform and renovate the old observatory to house a modern operation. The rapport includes an excessive study and documentation on the current state of the building The observatory has been used as an observatory for about a hundred years which have led to many makeshift solutions and poor choices regarding material when it has been repaired. A number of suggestions on how to transform this building into a modern functioning one which conserves the unique qualities this magnificent building have been the result of this study. The main focus has been to rectify the poor restorations that have been undertaken previously which has in many ways damaged the buildings interiors as well as exterior. In addition to pure restoration work the restoration plans which has been the result of this study also includes two separate ways on how to improve on the use of energy and heating. The first suggestion focuses on keeping the building intact without altering the interior. The second one is more extensive and alters the interior more than the first but brings the building to a energy consumption level where it complies with the regulations regarding newly constructed buildings. Neither of the two suggestions do in any way change the exterior of the observatory as it is heavy regulated in accordance which it state as a listed historical building. In accordance with Swedish regulations energy consumption of both suggestions are declared in detail. Also the energy consumption in the observatory’s current state has been calculated. These calculations shows that the first suggestion lessens the energy used in the observatory with about 50 percent and suggestion two with about 80. The total cost for these renovations are estimated to be around 5 to 7 million SEK. Complementary to the two suggestions the rapport contains details of escape routes and accessibility for which suggestions on improvements in accordance with modern regulations are made. The cost of all suggestions are individually presented as a budget, this is to give the user to give the user the option of choosing from an array of methods which are suitable for the building. The main focus has been to keep the spirit of the building intact and to keep the exterior unaltered. It is important for the reader of this document to remember that the observatory in Lund is an historically important building with unique qualities. (Less)
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Carlson, Simon and Lindblom, Fredrik
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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observatorium, restaurering, renovering, energiberäkning, tilläggsisolering, tillgänglighetsanpassning, helgo zettervall
language
Swedish
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4462898
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  abstract     = {This rapport is a study in advance of a possible up and coming restoration of the old observatory in Lund. The rapport is based on the possibility that it will be restored to accommodate modern facilities and suit the needs and demands we have on a modern building regarding installations and accessibility. This rapport describes in detail how to transform and renovate the old observatory to house a modern operation. The rapport includes an excessive study and documentation on the current state of the building The observatory has been used as an observatory for about a hundred years which have led to many makeshift solutions and poor choices regarding material when it has been repaired. A number of suggestions on how to transform this building into a modern functioning one which conserves the unique qualities this magnificent building have been the result of this study. The main focus has been to rectify the poor restorations that have been undertaken previously which has in many ways damaged the buildings interiors as well as exterior. In addition to pure restoration work the restoration plans which has been the result of this study also includes two separate ways on how to improve on the use of energy and heating. The first suggestion focuses on keeping the building intact without altering the interior. The second one is more extensive and alters the interior more than the first but brings the building to a energy consumption level where it complies with the regulations regarding newly constructed buildings. Neither of the two suggestions do in any way change the exterior of the observatory as it is heavy regulated in accordance which it state as a listed historical building. In accordance with Swedish regulations energy consumption of both suggestions are declared in detail. Also the energy consumption in the observatory’s current state has been calculated. These calculations shows that the first suggestion lessens the energy used in the observatory with about 50 percent and suggestion two with about 80. The total cost for these renovations are estimated to be around 5 to 7 million SEK. Complementary to the two suggestions the rapport contains details of escape routes and accessibility for which suggestions on improvements in accordance with modern regulations are made. The cost of all suggestions are individually presented as a budget, this is to give the user to give the user the option of choosing from an array of methods which are suitable for the building. The main focus has been to keep the spirit of the building intact and to keep the exterior unaltered. It is important for the reader of this document to remember that the observatory in Lund is an historically important building with unique qualities.},
  author       = {Carlson, Simon and Lindblom, Fredrik},
  keyword      = {observatorium,restaurering,renovering,energiberäkning,tilläggsisolering,tillgänglighetsanpassning,helgo zettervall},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Upprustning av Lunds gamla observatorium},
  year         = {2014},
}