MANTOVA LAB

Categoria: Research

Experiences & Actions for Sustainability. Land Repair Day. Goal 2030

The theme of sustainability discussed from multiple points of view through the experiences and concrete actions of different stakeholders was the subject of the seminar organized by the Land Repair group of Mantovalab. The experiences reported, different in type, purpose and users, have highlighted the need to act with an integrated approach. Starting from Goal 11, “Sustainable Cities and Communities”, of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the aim is to develop a 360° sustainability.

ReActive Strategies 2020

The students who participated in the 2020 workshop edition have developed 6 project CONCEPTS all oriented (with different strategies) to the urban regeneration of the industrial area of Carpi (MO) to make it more integrated with the city, richer in services, more usable by all, greener.

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Inclusive Design Open Talks!

To foster a culture of inclusive design, the Think Tank “Inclusione e Città Storica” promotes a number of round tables through which we aim to set up a multidisciplinary dialogue. This event is intended as a moment of exchange between young researchers from national academia and research community working on inclusion and historical city.

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BIM4CH. Building Information Modelling for the planned conservation of Cultural Heritage: a question about Geomatics too

The research project has tried to verify the integrability of the advanced survey systems of architecture (Geomatics), with those of management and organization of the architectural project of BIM

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The Future of History. Mantua UNESCO Chair’s Researches

The exhibition The Future of History. Mantua UNESCO Chair’s researches, curated by the Mantua Campus of the Politecnico di Milano, has focused attention on the heritage to be rediscovered, known and enhanced through design in its various scales. The theme was the project and its representation.

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The “Scala Santa” of the Palazzo Ducale in Mantua. Different 3D survey approaches for documentation and study

The seventeenth-century reproduction of the Scala Santa in Rome in the Ducal Palace of Mantua was the subject of an in-depth study and a 3D survey with different laser scanner technologies in 2007.

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Sabbioneta and Charleville. The Gonzaga’s ideal cities

The Compelsso Museale Palazzo Ducale in Mantua organized, in 2017-18, a temporary exhibition on the theme of Ideal Cities, tiled: “Costruire, abitare, pensare. Sabbioneta e Charleville città ideali dei Gonzaga”. The MantovaLab partecipated to the exhibition with…

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Santa Maria’s Convent in Castiglione delle Stiviere (MN). HBIM for conservation and redevelopment

A 3D fully geodatabase is the starting point for the generating the HBIM of the ancient convent of Santa Maria in Castiglione delle Stiviere. All the further elaborations, drafted for representating the state of conservation of the building, are…

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The churches of the Diocese of Mantua damaged by the 2012 earthquake

The 2012 post-earthquake documentation of 23 churches belonging to the Diocese of Mantua was carried out by the Hesutech group with a diversified approach that depended on both their state of disruption and hazard, and the necessities and documentation required by entities and professionals interested in intervening on the assets. (…)

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The “Gonzaga gardens” project. The survey for the recovery of the gardens of Palazzo Te in Mantua and Palazzo Giardino in Sabbioneta

The detailed survey of the Gonzaga gardens and the architecture that characterizes them, are part of an important research project, curated and coordinated by the Mantua and Sabbioneta World Heritage Office, and funded by MIBACT.