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Historic Towns between East and West Olimpia Niglio

Historic Towns between East and West

$124.77

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    Historic Towns between East and West

    Editorial: Ermes

    Idioma: Italiano

    ISBN: 9788869751288

    Formatos: PDF (Sin DRM)

    Compatibles con: Windows, Mac, iOS, Android & eReaders

    $124.77

    Medios de pago
      Historic Towns between East and West Olimpia Niglio

      Historic Towns between East and West

      $124.77

      Medios de pago

        Historic Towns between East and West

        Editorial: Ermes

        Idioma: Italiano

        ISBN: 9788869751288

        Formatos: PDF (Sin DRM)

        Compatibles con: Windows, Mac, iOS, Android & eReaders

        $124.77

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          Sinopsis
          The concept of “historic town” has been recognized in the West, since the nineteenth century. The historic town is a monument, a witness of history, of its communitarian development and social and economic culture. Within different cultures of the world the concept of “historic town” finds different interpretations and definitions. Particularly today, in the West as in the East, the “historic town” is a point of extensive debate on the possible dialogue between historic architecture and contemporary architecture. Certainly the “historic town” represents a cultural heritage where the word culture is a heritage of old and new ideas, a multicultural dialogue of large social values establishing a relationship between history and modernity. 
Under this premise, the main objective of the monograph has been to investigate and explore the different cognitive approaches and methodologies to define the concept of the “historic town”, to plan its valorisation and most importantly its continuity into the future. The scientific contributions strongly highlight the different cultural approaches between the West and East as made evident through theoretical research, projects and construction.

          Acerca de Olimpia Niglio

          Olimpia Niglio, (Salerno 1970), arquitecta, graduada en 1995 en la Universidad de Nápoles “Federico II”, asistió a la Escuela de Especialización en Restauración de Monumentos y, en 2000, recibió el título de doctora de investigación en conservación de bienes arquitectónicos, en la Universidad de Nápoles “Federico II”. De 2000 a 2001 fue investigadora y coordinó el proyecto “Nuevos instrumentos de diagnóstico en el campo de la restauración arquitectónica”, Fondos M.U.R.S.T. Entre 2002 y 2009 enseñó en la Universidad de Pisa y desde 2008 es titular de la cátedra de Restauración arquitectónica en la Universidad e-Campus (Novedrate-Como). Desde 2006 enseña Historia y técnica de la restauración en la Escuela de Especialización de Historia del Arte de la Universidad de Pisa. Desde 2006 es Visiting Profesor en la Universidad de Ibagué (Colombia), programa de Arquitectura, donde coordina un curso de verano de restauración arquitectónica.

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