This paper is an initial report on an interdisciplinary project regarding an integrated methodology for analyzing architectural heritage damaged by earthquake, combining 3D survey, critical survey and virtual reconstruction. The case study was Retrosi, in the municipality of Amatrice (RI), Italy, damaged by earthquakes on August 24th and on October 30th, 2016. Researchers from different disciplines (Representation, Restoration, Building Science), worked together to obtain an analytical understanding of the building criticalities caused by the earthquakes. The method is based on a semantic model linked to a database in which specific building elements, constructive, structural, masonry types etc. are classified as data, that includes instabilities and damages.
Canciani, M., Spadafora, G., Farroni, L., Mancini, M.F., Rinalduzzi, S., Saccone, M. (2017). Methodology of analysis and virtual recomposition: the case of Retrosi (Amatrice, Italy). In Putting tradition into practice:heritage, place and design (pp.75-83). Cham : Springer International [10.1007/978-3-319-57937-5].