The multiscalar approach inherent in the cognitive process that accompanies surveying is at its best when applied to ancient buildings and old stretches of roads. These fragments survive, albeit silently, in currently urbanised areas and constitute interpretative paradigms of old settlements. The complexity of a multiscalar study, in this case performed in an urbanised part of Naples, is not only a test bed for the integrated use of several metric and material data acquisition techniques, but also a way to communicate the memory of the site.

Un percorso di ri-costruzione digitale: il mausoleo funerario nella Mostra d'Oltremare a Napoli

Papa Lia M.
2018

Abstract

The multiscalar approach inherent in the cognitive process that accompanies surveying is at its best when applied to ancient buildings and old stretches of roads. These fragments survive, albeit silently, in currently urbanised areas and constitute interpretative paradigms of old settlements. The complexity of a multiscalar study, in this case performed in an urbanised part of Naples, is not only a test bed for the integrated use of several metric and material data acquisition techniques, but also a way to communicate the memory of the site.
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