Acre, the door into mare nostrum
Survey and musealization
This research project has sought to establish a close and fruitful network of international relations on the theme of integration between 3D survey and musealization of archaeological heritage, in order to transform traces of the past into an integral part of the contemporary city. From 2016 to 2018, 6 training workshops were organized for the students of both the Mantua Campus and the Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art in Israel. Divided into two parts, the workshop activities dealt with issues related to the survey and documentation of the city and its architecture, historical analysis and design for the enhancement and musealization of cultural heritage. The Hesutech research group followed the digitization of some buildings in Acre, Israel.