Tangible and intangible elements of cultural heritage are interconnected in supporting the growth of sustainable and resilient urban lifestyles. In the case of sites of historical and archaeological relevance, some spaces were conceived and designed to host specific practices (e.g., religious, musical, theatrical, political, etc.). However, the reasons for designing those historical spaces in a certain way often remain substantially unknown, due to the lack of available documental sources related to their planning. In the case of the intangible vibroacoustic field, part of this information may be retrieved by specific measurements. For this reason, we have started a preliminary experimental activity, aimed at characterizing the vibroacoustic fingerprint, i.e. the vibroacoustic site-specific features, of a private chamber concert room located inside a historic building in the center of Napoli (Italy). For such a purpose, acoustic measurements were integrated with broadband vibration measurements with a dedicated monitoring system for identifying the vibroacoustic fingerprint of the room, using time-series and frequency-based analyses.
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