The definition of the knowledge framework is indispensable to evaluate in a reliable mode the conservation status of an artefact, especially if it is of the architectural and historical value, and consequently to identify the most appropriate type of intervention to be taken. The issues to be addressed, even if are common to all existing buildings, in case of cultural heritage protected, need specific attention in order to manage the system of knowledge in an integrated way and then to acquire the original characteristics of the building, changes that have occurred over time and any manifestations of degradation. In this work it is proposed a control process which assumes the complexity of the knowledge system in the larger context of a restoration project, using a large number of examples of diagnostic schemes developed during years of study and research. It outlines a useful reference guide to direct the technicians on the way to identify, giving its rightful place, the issues to consider when they must operate on an artefact of historical and architectural value, trying to highlight relationships, connections, priority between the different forms of intervention. All in accordance with the arteartefact and in agreement with the cultural guidelines also with the most advanced legislation.

Best practice for creating synergies to promote cultural heritage conservation and valorization

Caterina Gattuso
Project Administration
2015

Abstract

The definition of the knowledge framework is indispensable to evaluate in a reliable mode the conservation status of an artefact, especially if it is of the architectural and historical value, and consequently to identify the most appropriate type of intervention to be taken. The issues to be addressed, even if are common to all existing buildings, in case of cultural heritage protected, need specific attention in order to manage the system of knowledge in an integrated way and then to acquire the original characteristics of the building, changes that have occurred over time and any manifestations of degradation. In this work it is proposed a control process which assumes the complexity of the knowledge system in the larger context of a restoration project, using a large number of examples of diagnostic schemes developed during years of study and research. It outlines a useful reference guide to direct the technicians on the way to identify, giving its rightful place, the issues to consider when they must operate on an artefact of historical and architectural value, trying to highlight relationships, connections, priority between the different forms of intervention. All in accordance with the arteartefact and in agreement with the cultural guidelines also with the most advanced legislation.
978-88-86208-69-7
cultural heritage
best practice
synergies
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