Coordinators: Alfredo Buccaro (email@example.com), Valentina Russo (firstname.lastname@example.org)Read Session abstract
Friday 31st August 2018
Room 02 09.00-10.30, 11.00-12.30, 14.00-15.30
The Kremlin Сolossus - The Ivan the Great Bell Tower in the urban landscape and in the public perception (19 - early 20th century)
La région du Salnés: les événements religieux et laïques comme moyen d’organisation urbaine
Innovative strategies for the interpretation of masonry domes. A research project about 15th and 16th built heritage in Naples and Campania.
Valentina Russo, Alfredo Buccaro
The complex of San Giovanni a Carbonara in Naples as visual and memorial core of the Renaissance city: the case of the domes of the Caracciolo del Sole and di Vico chapels through their origins, transformations and conservation
Roman influences in the architecture of Neapolitan domes at the end of the 16th century
Salvatore di Liello
Ten Neapolitan churches behind to Decumano Superior: from pagan and Christian acropolis to university-hospital region
The Restorations of the beginning of the Twentieth Century of the ‘Sala del Trionfo’ in Castel Nuovo, Naples
Towards the conservation of
vulnerable architectures along the Amalfi Coast:
majolica-cladded domes in historic urban images
Civic towers in the Medieval Urban Landscape: Architectures as a symbol of Resilience?
Progettazione e struttura nella formazione del paesaggio urbano-storico
Val di Noto (1693) e Valle del Belice (1968), due esperienze a confronto
The Bell Towers of Amatrice between memory, resilience, and denial
Francesco Gangemi, Rossana Torlontano
A REDISCOVERED SIGN OF THE CHIARAMONTE ARCHITECTURAL IDENTITY IN THE OLD TOWN OF PALERMO: THE CEFALÀ PALACE AND ITS HISTORICAL STRATIFICATIONS
Gaspare Massimo Ventimiglia
The civic tower of Arquata del Tronto: a symbol of rebirth from the earthquake ruins
“Une statue gigantesque”. Visibility and meanings of the dome of the Parisian Panthéon between degradations and urban image
Bianca Gioia Marino
The reintegration of the urban landscape: the bell tower of Chiesa Matrice in Noci.
Emilia Pellegrino, Piernicola Cosimo Intini, Pietro Intini
Early tallest public Building Design inspired by the Italian medieval Towers ‘outside of Italy’ between the 19th and 20th Century
Signs of urban identity in Terra d’Otranto cities from 15th to 19th century. A contribution to historical research and issues about conservation practices.
A sign in the ibleo landscape: the facade-tower of the church of Santa Maria delle Stelle in Comiso (Ragusa). Historical events, vulnerability and conservation strategies
Giovanni Gatto, Gaspare Massimo Ventimiglia