This paper looks at a multidisciplinary approach to reconstruction site in emergency situations caused by earthquakes, and illustrates how an integrated approach enables the combination of technical requirements with the historical and cultural ones. The methodology presented in this study concerns the “castello di fossa” restoration project, in Italy, which was hit by an earthquake in 2009. The integrated use of varying investigation methodologies allowed the research and design team to establish the effectiveness of a multidisciplinary approach. The constant cooperation in the work team generated new ideas for the development of the project and defined a renovated role of the castle within the urban and rural landscape. The project has looked to the improvement of the energetic and structural performances through retrofit of the building, while guaranteeing the conservation of its architectural values. In this article the choral work of the different professionals involved, thanks to the dialogue between the researchers of the CNR (ITC, L’Aquila) and the L’Aquila University (DICEAA – DSU) with the designer, and the coherence of the reconstruction interventions results will be shown.

Cultural Heritage and earthquake: a multidisciplinary approach to restoration site

De Vita, Mariangela;Savini, Francesca;De Berardinis, Pierluigi
2018-01-01

Abstract

This paper looks at a multidisciplinary approach to reconstruction site in emergency situations caused by earthquakes, and illustrates how an integrated approach enables the combination of technical requirements with the historical and cultural ones. The methodology presented in this study concerns the “castello di fossa” restoration project, in Italy, which was hit by an earthquake in 2009. The integrated use of varying investigation methodologies allowed the research and design team to establish the effectiveness of a multidisciplinary approach. The constant cooperation in the work team generated new ideas for the development of the project and defined a renovated role of the castle within the urban and rural landscape. The project has looked to the improvement of the energetic and structural performances through retrofit of the building, while guaranteeing the conservation of its architectural values. In this article the choral work of the different professionals involved, thanks to the dialogue between the researchers of the CNR (ITC, L’Aquila) and the L’Aquila University (DICEAA – DSU) with the designer, and the coherence of the reconstruction interventions results will be shown.
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