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 Materials and techniques of Art Nouveau architecture in Italy and Portugal: a first insight for an European route to consistent restoration
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title: Materials and techniques of Art Nouveau architecture in Italy and Portugal: a first insight for an European route to consistent restoration
authors: Dell’Acqua, A. C.
Franzoni, E.
Sandrolini, F.
Varum, H.
keywords: Art Nouveau architecture
Surface decay
Restoration
Building materials
Construction technologies
issue date: 2009
publisher: Aedificatio Publishers
abstract: The results of the investigations on building materials and techniques of Casa Major Pessoa, a typical Art Nouveau construction in Aveiro (Portugal), and two coeval Art Nouveau buildings in Bologna (Italy) are presented as a methodological contribution to the restoration of this kind of buildings. This is the first step to ascertain the existence of a common thread between local materials, technologies and architecture in European countries at the same period. A holistic approach was adopted: materials were investigated along with architectural, structural and technological features, in order to achieve a first insight into the Art Nouveau architecture in Europe in particular for its consistent restoration without loss of historical memory.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10773/5838
ISSN: 1864-7251
publisher version/DOI: http://www.rbm.aedificat.de/
source: International journal for restoration of buildings and monuments
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