Rebuilt the space using stone or brick vaulted systems: catching the contemporary challenge of construction tradition
In the recovery and restoration sites, as well as in the versatile word of university research
about construction history, it’s not infrequent to study stereotomy for the re-proposal of stony
or tiled vaulted systems, sometimes complex for their constitutive geometry, equipment,
preliminary/subsidiary carpentry works. It represents a didactic study-key also in Engineering
and Architecture Schools, through laboratories that teach to future designers a “know-how”
that can be easily spent in their professional repercussions.
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