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ARCHITECTURAL RESTORATION
RESTAURO ARCHITETTONICO

A.Y. Credits
2017/2018 8
Lecturer Email Office hours for students
Alessandra Cattaneo
Teaching in foreign languages
Course with optional materials in a foreign language English
This course is entirely taught in Italian. Study materials can be provided in the foreign language and the final exam can be taken in the foreign language.

Assigned to the Degree Course

Conservation and Restauration of Cultural Heritage (LMR/02)
Curriculum: PERCORSO PFP2 DIPINTI E LEGNO
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Learning Objectives

The course intends to provide the basics of theory and history of restoration and a more complete picture of the main themes of protection and conservation, illustrating the basic concepts of safeguarding the historical, urban and territorial environment, and movable  property.

In addition, specific, theoretical and practical insights will be carried out on topics concerning both the Italian legal framework of protection and the technical aspects such as those related to the programmed maintenance procedures of the cultural heritage. Exemplary restoration cases will be illustrated to stimulate critical reflection in students.

POINTS “A”,“B” “C” After an introduction to the complex case of restoration with historical, legislative and regulatory implications (restoration papers, international conventions, issues related to the organization of inventories and cataloguing etc.), in the second part of the course, POINTS " D "," E "," F "and" G " will be dealt with all those topics that start to the most specific design practices; To those standards, that is,of preparation for the restoration plan by analyzing the multiple aspects of documentary collection and direct study - with specific arrangements for a correct illustration, description, characterization and thematic representation (historical, structural and deterioration) to conclude , with a third part at the POINT "H" where it will be general criteria and current trends for the design and implementation of restoration through Italian and foreign exemplary cases.

Program

A1  Definitions and basic terminology of restoration.

A2 The field of restoration, from the single object to the territory.

A3 Disciplinary skills of architect, restorer, art historian and archeologist.

A4 The restoration between the late antiquity and the Middle Ages

A5 The Renaissance and Baroque restoration.

A6 The restoration between the Eighteenth Century and the Neoclassicism.

A7 The Nineteenth Century in France: Eugène Emmanuel Viollet-Le-Duc.

A8 John Ruskin and the conservative position.

A9 The historic restoration: Luca Beltrami.

A10 The philological restoration: Camillo Boito.

A11 The scientific restoration: Gustavo Giovannoni and the Roman school.

A12 Critical Restoration and Theory of Cesare Brandi.

A13 Current problems and trends: central position, restoration as pure conservation, restorative tendency.

A14 Archeology and Restoration.

B   Brief summary of the Italian Legislative Framework on Protection.

B1 The previous legislation of the Unity of Italy.

B2 The legislation following the Unification of Italy.

B3 From the Consolidated Law (Legislative Decree 490/1999) to the Cultural Heritage and Landscape Code (Legislative Decree 42/2004).

C Notes on institutional references.

C1 The Italian State Order.

C2 The birth of the restoration workshop in Florence (1934), the birth of the ICR (1941).

C3 International organizations.

D1 Preliminary studies: Act of Knowledge; Bibliographic research,

historical - archival and direct observation.

D2 Preliminary investigation of the subject that will be undergoing restoration: sketches and graphical syntheses useful for preliminary reading.

D3 Graphic documentation.

D4 Photography and photographic documentation.

D5 The work plane.

D6 The historical, structural, metrological investigation.

D7 The deterioration study; Causes and proposals for intervention.

E The issues of conservation and valorisation.

E1 The vulnerability and critical situations of cultural heritage.

E2 Prevention and Maintenance.

E3 Monitoring, diagnosis and prevention of deterioration.

F Short overview of management modes: principles and strategies.

F1 The economic and social value of the cultural heritage.

F2 Governance models and forms of valorisation.

F3 The influence of management choices on conservation.

F4 The concept of sustainable and integrated management.

F5 Scheduled planning for complexity management.

G The restoration project in professional practice.

G1 The Code of Cultural Heritage and Landscape: aspects of fundamental interest to the professional who is planning to draw up a restoration project.

G2 The documentation to be submitted to the Soprintendenza.

G3 Recurring issues.

H Restoration of Cultural Heritage.

H1 Exemplary cases.

Bridging Courses

None

Learning Achievements (Dublin Descriptors)

The student will be evaluated:

1) on the ability to be able to express a critical independent judgment based on sound scientific bases on the reading of the monuments;

2) the ability to learn and understand the notions of the discipline of the history of architecture in order to make them part of their cultural baggage;

3) the ability to collect, synthesize and interpret scientifically the collected data relating to the study of a monument;

4) the communicative ability to express their thoughts with appropriate terminology;

5 ) the ability to be able to graphically return a critical and direct reading of the monuments.

Teaching Material

The teaching material prepared by the lecturer in addition to recommended textbooks (such as for instance slides, lecture notes, exercises, bibliography) and communications from the lecturer specific to the course can be found inside the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

Supporting Activities

During the course, the teaching material will be distributed electronically.

In addition, bibliographical references will be provided on the specific topics discussed for further details.

The teaching material and the teacher's specific communications can be found, together with other support activities, within the

Moodle platform > blended.uniurb.it

Along with the students, any visits to the Urbino monuments will be agreed to jointly verify the acquired knowledge.


Didactics, Attendance, Course Books and Assessment

Didactics

In order to refine the manual skills of the students, during the course, concrete graphic exercises will be performed, during which, the theoretical assumptions of the course can be verified. Students will be guided to the reading - for example, of the object analyzed in laboratory exercises – to the production of a opportune photographic documentation, the collection of all the sketches necessary to understand the state of facts but, above all, to the drawing up of direct relief graphs, produced in opportune scale, that allows the implementation of a model on which it will be easy to draw up the pre-established design objectives for solving the main restoration problems.

In order to pass the exam, it is mandatory for each student to prepare a term paper that will cover the critical historical analysis of a monument, and the choice of the latter will be agreed with the teacher. The term paper must be delivered in digital format at least 10 days before the exam.

Attendance

Class attendance is appreciated

Course books

Reference text:

G. CARBONARA, Avvicinamento al restauro. Teoria, storia, monumenti, Liguori, Napoli, 1997, pp. 5 - 323.

Deepening texts:

C. BRANDI, Teoria del restauro, Einaudi, Torino, 1977

S.A. CURUNI, Guida allo studio diretto dell’edificio storico – Appunti di anatomia dell’architettura per l’intervento di restauro, Plus, Pisa, 2009.

A. CATTANEO, S.A. CURUNI, N. SANTOPUOLI, L’utilità della fotografia per l’interpretazione dell’organismo architettonico, ed. Felici, Pisa, 2014.

Assessment

The exam is oral and individual and will verify the overall knowledge of the student on all the topics covered during the course, referring to the texts of a general nature indicated in the bibliography. For students who attend classes after an interview on the topics discussed in the lessons and in the basic bibliography, we will go to the discussion of the exercises carried out during the semester and to the illustration of a term paper covering the critical historical analysis of a monument. The choice of the latter will be agreed with the teacher.

Additional Information for Non-Attending Students

Didactics

In order to pass the exam, it is mandatory for each student to prepare a term paper that will cover the critical historical analysis of a monument, and the choice of the latter will be agreed with the teacher.

The term paper must be delivered in digital format at least 10 days before the exam.

Attendance

Class attendance is appreciated

Course books

Reference text:

G. CARBONARA, Avvicinamento al restauro. Teoria, storia, monumenti, Liguori, Napoli, 1997, pp. 5 - 323.

Deepening texts:

C. BRANDI, Teoria del restauro, Einaudi, Torino, 1977

S.A. CURUNI, Guida allo studio diretto dell’edificio storico – Appunti di anatomia dell’architettura per l’intervento di restauro, Plus, Pisa, 2009.

A. CATTANEO, S.A. CURUNI, N. SANTOPUOLI, L’utilità della fotografia per l’interpretazione dell’organismo architettonico, ed. Felici, Pisa, 2014.

Assessment

The verification of the results achieved by the students will be conducted by individual examination. After an interview on the topics discussed in the lessons and in the basic bibliography, we will go to the discussion of a term paper covering the critical historical analysis of a monument. The choice of the latter will be agreed with the teacher.

Notes

The students will be appreciated who, although are not attending, will carry during examination the practices carried out from the colleagues attending during the course. The didactic material in order to carry out them can be found within the Moodle platform › blended.uniurb.it

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