LA SFIDA CONTEMPORANEA DELLA TRADIZIONE COSTRUTTIVA: RICOSTRUIRE LO SPAZIO. SISTEMI VOLTATI IN PIETRA REALIZZATI IN CANTIERE E NEI LABORATORI DIDATTICI UNIVERSITARI

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During recovery and/or inside restoration sites, as well as in the multiple and versatile meanings of researches about construction history, it’s not infrequent to chance upon stereotomy studies related to the analysis and revival of stony vaulted systems, sometimes original for constitutive geometry, masonry typology, preliminary carpentry works. The intuitions of the original designer, the codification of the “rule of art” deduced from specific treatises, become fundamental elements for the so-called “knowledge building yard”, a preparatory phase when we have to intervene rebuilding these vaulted systems since they disappeared as a result of collapses, uncultivated demolitions or twisting of original buildings. The result is that to have really available some chapters of “technical architecture” taken from contemporary archival-construction documents, from the on site interpretation of studying buildings, for which construction history does not remain a dead language but also today a contemporary way to intervene, the only one useful to suggest the guidelines that direct a philological reconstruction, able also to dictate the stony materials to be used, the cutting ways of stone, the techniques of realizing the vaulting systems, finally even the possible measures to be introduced for technologicalstructural improvement, as well as for the attenuation of seismic vulnerability. The study of the first stereotomy genesis and the executive phase - often linked to the artisanal expertise of entire categories of specialized workers - can turn out to be a key applied not only to building yard but also to university teaching with the proposition - in the Degree Courses of Engineering and Architecture - of specific practical workshops/laboratories that develop the students/future designers a “know-how” that can be easily spent on professional benefits. This study aims to describe study cases and applied researches, also experiences taken directly from Sicilian restoration and recovery building yards as well as telling the didactic experience of “stereotomy workshop” carried out both in 2016 and this year inside the degree courses (LM4) at the Department of Architecture in Palermo.
Lingua originaleItalian
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2018

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