Sustainable architecture and heritage conservation cannot be considered anymore two separate issues. This approach is slowly spreading out the idea that sustainability must be qualitatively connected with the heritage preservation. The two thoughts, seemingly distant each other, are today more than ever complementary and the similarities are not so few. Both the issues (culturally, socially, and technologically speaking) refer to a better future that should be offered to next generations. This future has to deal with the available resources, a careful energy balance and the human environmental impact but should also interact with preservation of heritage (tangible and intangible) that is the basis of the continuity of a critical development for humankind (the theoretical principles of the reversible restoration are just one of possible examples). Preserving our cultural heritage and meeting the needs of present generations without limiting those of future generations actually define social behaviors culturally and technologically similar in terms of models and principles. The city is a complex entity the which appears as a process of information transmission by small smart modifications.
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|Titolo:||Integrated 3D Morphometric Survey for the Management and Planning of Architectural Heritage|
|Autori interni:||BALZANI, Marcello|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
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