Marco Giorgio Bevilacqua
DESTeC - University of Pisa, Italy
University of Cassino and Southern Latium, Italy
The complex set of problems related to the knowledge, documentation and, moreover, enhancement of architectural and urban heritage necessarily requires a multidisciplinary approach. The architectural survey, as well as being used for representing and documenting, is moreover the main tool of interpretation and knowledge of the architectural and urban heritage. For this purpose, it must be opened to the integration of data and results coming from different fields of expertise.
This session is, therefore, dedicated to explorations of integrated digital survey approach for the knowledge, documentation and enhancement of architectural and urban heritage through a broad panorama of topics such as:
- Geophysical investigations integrated to digital surveys for the knowledge of architectural and urban heritage and the analysis of its degradation phenomena;
- Building Physics integrated to the digital architectural and urban survey for the analysis of degradation phenomena;
- Integrated digital survey methodologies for structural or seismic risk analysis of architectural and urban heritage;
- Integrated digital survey tools for maintenance and preventive conservation of architectural and urban heritage;
- Parametric modelling methodologies integrated to digital surveys for the knowledge and enhancement of cultural heritage;
- Digital platform (HBIM, GIS, etc.) for data management and communication of architectural and urban heritage;
- Any other application of integrated digital survey methods and tools for the knowledge and enhancement of architectural and urban heritage.
Marco Giorgio Bevilacqua is full professor of Architectural Representation at the University of Pisa. His research interests are in the field of enhancement of historical architectural heritage, with particular attention to historical military architecture, architectural and urban survey. He currently teaches Architectural Representation and Methodologies for Architectural Surveying in the Master Degree Program of Architecture and Building Engineering at the University of Pisa.
Assunta Pelliccio is Assistant Professor of Technical Representation at the University of Cassino and Southern Latium.
Her research interests are in the field of information systems, new technologies for the survey of historical towns and buildings, BIM and digital tools for environmental analysis. She currently teaches Architectural Restoration at the Department of Human Arts and Philosophy.