"The project of ri-qualification of some pavilions of the ex-slaughterhouse in Rome, very interesting example of Gioacchino Ersoch‟s industrial archaeology (1888), then destined in 1990 to didactic activities of “Roma Tre University”, has been the occasion to experiment a new interdisciplinary approach to the project which places together various areas of applied research, from historical analysis of the manufacture to planning options in the specific.. The research has been carried out by phases and in parallel elaboration: from the study of all the records of G. Ersoch‟s original plan, to the phase of topographic, photogrammetric and direct survey of the brick structures (the pavilions), the iron structures (poleanceau trusses), and the construction details, from a preliminary study of the distribution structure plan of the new utilizations to the executive planning of the single structures.. During the different phases, integrated, imagining, 3D modeling, data integration survey methodologies have been applied, allowing to reconstruct that necessary and indissoluble relation between the original intentions of the design and the realization in its actual state, on scheduling interventions targeted to the recovery of its primary form and to the functional integration of the pre- existing structures with the new elements and its new service. -"
Farroni, L., & Canciani, M. (2011). From survey to project: the case of study of Ex-Mattatoio in Rome. In S.A.V.E. HERITAGE - IX International Forum Le Vie dei Mercanti. NAPOLI : La Scuola di Pitagora.
|Titolo:||From survey to project: the case of study of Ex-Mattatoio in Rome|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2011|
|Citazione:||Farroni, L., & Canciani, M. (2011). From survey to project: the case of study of Ex-Mattatoio in Rome. In S.A.V.E. HERITAGE - IX International Forum Le Vie dei Mercanti. NAPOLI : La Scuola di Pitagora.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|