The morphometric survey on two buildings of Matilde di Canossa was part of the exposition called “Matilde and the treasure of Canossa between castles and cities” and organized by Reggio Emilia Province (August 31st – January 19th 2009). The complexity of the Reggio Emilia territory outstanding heritage is the first gap toward its conservation and valorization; the wide scale of the involved heritage needed a territory survey able to carry out an idrogeological assessment of the area in which the architectures are located. The survey of a so wide area often need to be implemented through different and far positions and thus the whole operation requires integrated procedures to produce efficient data base both at territorial and architectural scale. The experience on the Matilde di Canossa Castle and Rotonda di San Lorenzo in Mantua was not only a huge effort to implement a methodology based on different approaches toward territory, typology and dimensions but also a research project which starts its path from two symbol buildings of Matilde di Canossa.

Morphometric 3D Laser Scanner Survey of the Matilde di Canossa Castle and the Rotonda di San Lorenzo in Mantua

BALZANI, Marcello;FERRARI, Federico
2012

Abstract

The morphometric survey on two buildings of Matilde di Canossa was part of the exposition called “Matilde and the treasure of Canossa between castles and cities” and organized by Reggio Emilia Province (August 31st – January 19th 2009). The complexity of the Reggio Emilia territory outstanding heritage is the first gap toward its conservation and valorization; the wide scale of the involved heritage needed a territory survey able to carry out an idrogeological assessment of the area in which the architectures are located. The survey of a so wide area often need to be implemented through different and far positions and thus the whole operation requires integrated procedures to produce efficient data base both at territorial and architectural scale. The experience on the Matilde di Canossa Castle and Rotonda di San Lorenzo in Mantua was not only a huge effort to implement a methodology based on different approaches toward territory, typology and dimensions but also a research project which starts its path from two symbol buildings of Matilde di Canossa.
2012
9781407312064
rilievo; rilievo 3D; conservazione; laser scanner 3d; cultural heritage
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