The study of the state of the art has highlighted the need to overcome the current regulatory and authorization apparatus in the case of cultural assets restoration. And this because, in this type of intervention, the construction site becomes a place of continuous discoveries and changes, in constant evolution, rich in stratifications, a place in which knowledge does not stop at the metaproject phase but continues throughout the executive process. This need appears even more evident when the cultural assets are in fragile, risky contexts, where nature could lead to sudden changes of scenario. In these contexts, lean and simplified procedures must be adopted, abandoning the long and complex traditional administrative processes. In light of such premises, in this article the events that characterized the restoration site of the church of San Benedetto Abate in Arischia (Aq), Italy, will be illustrated. In fact, during the execution of the 2009 earthquake works, the church was further damaged by the one that hit central Italy in 2016.
|Titolo:||Il cantiere di restauro nelle zone di rischio sismico. Un caso di studio.|
ROTILIO, MARIANNA (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|