The article deals with the use of digital technologies to support the management and regeneration of minor buildings, in particular that of small Italian historical centers, represented by the case study of the medieval village of Artena, located south of Rome. The design of the interventions on the village was accompanied by the parallel design of a new methodology based on the integrated use of GIS and BIM systems and logics. The development of a methodological approach based on multiscalarity and the design of a holistic and integrated information model, supported by a specific Common Data Environment (CDE), led to the definition of strategies for the recovery of the village, according to the themes of the resilience and accessibility.
Gigliarelli, E., Pontrandolfi, R., Calcerano, F. (2019). Heritage-BIM: the integrated management of the historical centres, the case study of Artena. In L.M. Mussinelli Elena (a cura di), La PROduzione del PROgetto. Santarcangelo di Romagna : Maggioli Editore.