The research in the Cultural Heritage field is growing and needing of different working platforms and cross-curricular collaborations to handle information, improve knowledge and create planning strategies to improve and share historical, artistic and architectural values. The proposed work is a part of a wider inter-university and international researching project developed with the support of the Italian Ministry of the Foreign Affairs, The Ministry Of Education, University and Research and Vietnamese authorities and concerning the monumental sites of the Champa Reign (Vietnamese Central/Southern coast). This temples’ complex dates back to the period between the twelfth Century and the fifteenth Century. It was forgotten and damaged during the centuries but nowadays represents a system with cultural and tourist significance. The aim of this research is to make a useful contribution to architectural documentation of the Champa Civilization and, more general, to heritage preservation by means a cultural awareness campaign. The research follows a methodological approach gathering from the critical analysis/documentation to following proposal of possible scenarios for the heritage sustainability. Within this workflow a key point was the virtual museum held in Hue in April 2013.

Communicating Champa architecture as landmark for cultural itineraries in Vietnam

Pugnaloni, Fausto;Malinverni, Eva Savina;Carlorosi, Cecilia;Tassetti, Anna Nora
2014-01-01

Abstract

The research in the Cultural Heritage field is growing and needing of different working platforms and cross-curricular collaborations to handle information, improve knowledge and create planning strategies to improve and share historical, artistic and architectural values. The proposed work is a part of a wider inter-university and international researching project developed with the support of the Italian Ministry of the Foreign Affairs, The Ministry Of Education, University and Research and Vietnamese authorities and concerning the monumental sites of the Champa Reign (Vietnamese Central/Southern coast). This temples’ complex dates back to the period between the twelfth Century and the fifteenth Century. It was forgotten and damaged during the centuries but nowadays represents a system with cultural and tourist significance. The aim of this research is to make a useful contribution to architectural documentation of the Champa Civilization and, more general, to heritage preservation by means a cultural awareness campaign. The research follows a methodological approach gathering from the critical analysis/documentation to following proposal of possible scenarios for the heritage sustainability. Within this workflow a key point was the virtual museum held in Hue in April 2013.
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