Improving occupants’ safety in Building Heritage and guaranteeing the architectural spaces preservation could be jointly reached through an innovative approach based on Behavioral Design-based strategies. The implementation of effective and interactive wayfinding systems based on human needs and responses in fire evacuation could significantly solve these two issues. A significant example is provided by this book discussion and results.Nevertheless, the capabilities ofwayfinding solutions and BD criteria use should be extended and further works are needed. This chapter summarizes themain reached goals and the further steps in related researches (mainly, for researchers) and in the application of similar strategies (mainly, for designers), by developing these solutions at different scales (building, urban scale), and for other emergencies. Finally, some interesting perspectives in adopting the proposed design methodology to other issues in quality of architectural spaces (the ones affected by man-environment interactions, such as thermal comfort).
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