Digital survey and documentation of two Franciscan convents in Umbria, Italy

Authors:

Stefano Bertocci

DIDA - Dipartimento di Architettura - University of Florence

In:

Architectures of the Soul - 3rd International Seminar

Abstract:

The operations described were carried out in the framework of a three-years-long (2020-2022) European research project implemented by Italy (University of Florence, Project Leader), Portugal (ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Principal Investigators) and Spain (Universitat de Barcelona, Principal Investigator) and promoted by a Joint Programming Initiative on Cultural Heritage (JPI CH 2019), called F-ATLAS (Franciscan Landscapes: the Observance between Italy, Portugal and Spain).
Digital survey and documentation of two Franciscan convents in Umbria, Italy Author: Stefano Bertocci DIDA – Dipartimento di Architettura – Università degli Studi di Firenze The main objective of JPI CH is to promote the safeguarding of cultural heritage in its broader meaning including tangible, intangible and digital assets. The JPI CH promotes a joint multidisciplinary approach to cultural heritage sustainability which arises from research. It develops within a multi-frame scenario called the Scientific Cultural Area – as a part of the European Research Area – which includes science, engineering, technology, art, literature, conservation and culture.