The paper aims to present research activities about cultural and built heritage at various scales, from architecture to landscape, highlighting how innovative analysis and design approaches can challenge the current methods and pursue the main scope of increasing heritage resilience. The main scientific focus, heritage, works as a cross-cutting topic that is investigated according to the different disciplinary perspectives. At the same time this issue is able to merge the diverse souls of the research team: history of architecture, geomatics, drawing and survey, restoration, regeneration and design. Major results and findings are discussed throughout a set of case studies. These allowed to develop tools to perform rapid surveys and multilevel readings (stylistic, structural, historical, behavioral, etc.) as well as robust procedures for interventions and recycle at different scales of built heritage. Technologies and procedures are tested and validated on these cases that serve as prototypes. Finally, the paper aims to possibly extend the validated approaches to similar cases in the heritage field. The main research activities, indeed, entail the definition of the fundamental paradigms of resilience for heritage and landscape, against the backdrop of the contemporary techno-cultural revolution.
Cultural Heritage and Landscape: Analysis, Digitization and Design Aiming at a Resilient Future / Alici, Antonello; Bonvini, Paolo; Clini, Paolo; Ferretti, Maddalena; Malinverni, Eva Savina; Mariano, Fabio; Mondaini, Gianluigi; Quattrini, Ramona. - ELETTRONICO. - (2019), pp. 357-373. [10.1007/978-3-030-32762-0_21]