COMMUNICATION TOOLS FOR INACCESSIBLE PLACES OF SIGNIFICANCE
This article deals with the communication of inaccessible heritage. Based on a classification of different mediation tools, we propose a framework for selecting the most appropriate tools to communicate about heritage sites under restoration and, therefore, inaccessible. Furthermore, from the data already collected, we show how it is possible to use the constraints of building sites as opportunities for mediation. Finally, we apply this scheme to the case of the collegiate church of Sainte Croix in Liège, for which we end up proposing three mediation tools: the creation of a virtual visit website, the realization of 3D printed scale models, and the design and printing of a cover sheet showing the interior of the building at 1/1 scale.