TheregistrationoftheAmalfiCoastintheUNESCOWorldHeritage List has highlighted the need to rethink the preservation strategies adopted for the architectural features of its 15 municipalities. Their historical buildings are subjected to intensive touristic exploitation and inadequate interventions for urban development and mitigation of the hydrogeological risks posed by land degradation. Minori is one of such municipalities, rich of valuable structural and environmental assets. The field study conducted on the historical masonry has made possible the development of guidelines for restorative interventions coherent with the architectural peculiarities of Minori. The examinations have been conducted in an holistic perspective, by analysing diachronic features such as buildings evolution and spatial relations over time, construction techniques and materials employed. The aim of the study is highlight the cultural relevance of the hystorical masonry in Minori, its relationship with the coastal environ- ment, and its link with the local social identity.
|Titolo:||The Historical Buildings of Minori: A Preliminary Assessment for the Restoration of a Unesco Site|
RIBERA, Federica (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1.2 Proceedings con ISBN|