The seismic events in central Italy – in the seismic sequence Amatrice-Norcia-Visso – begun in august 2016 and, unfortunately, still not finished, have left indelible scars in our country. Medieval borough reduced to heaps of ash, priceless historical buildings burned to the ground, houses and activities disappeared forever.
But the tenacity of the population has not died in front of all this destruction and the will to return to their everyday life has animated the reconstruction and today, despite the still visible wounds, the desire of daily life stood out.
The earthquake in Norcia and the rebuilding
Today we are in Norcia, in the province of Perugia, that sadly jumped to reports because of the terrible earthquake of 30 October 2016.
On that occasion the beautiful city was struck by an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.5 that caused significant damages to the historical buildings and to the private houses.
Today, almost two years later, despite the constant telluric quakes, there are a lot of restoration projects. In these a private villa, recently built, remained damaged from the earthquake, luckily not in its structural core.
During the study of the rehabilitation of the damaged areas, we decided to improve the intern house comfort of the building by placing insulant panels on all of the walls and on the coat.