MANTOVA LAB

Categoria: Research

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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.

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San Marco 3D. Bim for Cultural Heritage

San Marco 3D is a great project that aims to document the entire Basilica, through a digital model, rich in information and useful to the managing institution of the property. The Basilica of San Marco in Venice is a unique case in the field of Cultural Heritage, as it is a building site always active for its maintenance and preservation (…)

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Survey and structural monitoring for a vulnerability study and intervention project. The Salone dell’ Armeria of the Palazzo del Capitano in Mantua

The first survey (…) was carried out for the accurate and detailed documentation of the geometries, surfaces and the cracking state of the “spaces” of the hall. The wooden coffered ceilings, their intrados and the extrados, were also entirely surveyed for consolidation and conservative restoration. Later on (2011), the research group conducted a study on the structural behaviour of the entire building, which was subject to significant static disruption. (…)

Urban Guidelines

The research started within the framework of the Cooperation Agreement signed in June 2014 by the Municipality of San Giovanni Lupatoto and the Mantova Campus of Politecnico di Milano.

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Ducal Palace in Mantua. Cortile della Cavallerizza and Appartamento Grande in Corte Nuova

The complex of rooms that make up the so-called Appartamento Grande in Corte Nuova, with the Trojan Hall and the Galleria dei Mesi, as well as the Palazzina della Rustica and the Cortile della Cavallerizza, are the spaces of the Gonzaga palace where the artist and architect Giulio Romano worked in the sixteenth century

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Cathedral of San Pietro in Mantua. HBIM for programmed conservation

A HBIM model, aimed at the management of an architectural complex articulated in a perspective of programmed conservation, has been realized for the Cathedral of San Pietro in Mantua.

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Naples subway: the survey of archaeology in the urban and infrastructural context

The project documents the progress of the archaeological excavations in the context of the works for the construction of the MetroNaples, Duomo Station and Municipal Station, under the scientific direction of the Superintendence for the Archaeological Heritage of Naples and Pompei. The methods of terrestrial laser scanner survey and photogrammetric acquisition, from SAPR (UAV) or from the ground in various ways, are used for…

Cultural Routes. European values through space and time

The research theme reflectS around projects capable of connecting different territorial and landscape situations which are, however, recognizable as characterized by common identity elements. In these contexts, the cultural itinerary becomes an opportunity to promote a heterogeneous set of architectural elements and places.

ReActive Strategies. Idea, Projects and Actions for the city

The aim of the research is to reflect on the different characteristics of the processes of regeneration and the plurality of relationships that these interventions establish with the urban system and with the communities that live in and animate those contexts.