EVALUATION OF AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH BETWEEN HBIM AND ARCHITECTURE HISTORY

Beltramo, S.; Diara, F.; Rinaudo, F.

Restorative and conservative operations of Cultural Heritage buildings involve the historical and objective knowledge of the context. Meaning the knowledge as a diachronic awareness of the history of buildings should help the safeguarding processes of heritage assets.The integration of historical information inside a HBIM platform involves huge benefits for the Cultural Heritage case management, its periodical monitoring operations and valorisation processes, moreover the historical evolution is correctly considered. This solution allows to maximize the comprehension and also communication of the analysed context through few simple steps as visualize, read and query in order to ensure the accuracy and quality of final data (Diara et al, 2018).This new court of methodologic cooperation will be tested on the case study of the medieval Abbey of Staffarda (CN, Italy) and its refectory in a deeper way where, thanks to recent studies, it has been possible to reconstruct analysis map for a complete vision of the church and the Abbey’s complex as well (Beltramo et al, 2019).

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Beltramo, S. / Diara, F. / Rinaudo, F.: EVALUATION OF AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH BETWEEN HBIM AND ARCHITECTURE HISTORY. 2019. Copernicus Publications.

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