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Loggia, Arquitectura & Restauración

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  1. Los premios Europa Nostra / Unión Europea de Patrimonio Cultural y su significado

    Pérez de Armiñán, Alfredo
    [ES] Nota de la entraga de los Premios Unión Europea de Patrimonio Cultural Europa concedidos a actuaciones realizadas en España.

  2. La restauración del Mercado de Colón de Valencia

    Martínez Díaz, Enrique
    [EN] This market, currently in the busiest nucleus in the city centre, is a Moderniste landmark in the urban panorama of the Ensanche district. The need to refurbish the building, revitalise its function as a market according to modern standards and to provide it with parking lots that were sorely needed in the area marked the line of the global refurbishment of Colón Market, which was carried out in two stages: an initial phase, dealt with in this article, consisting of general restoration works and extension to contain three basements for parking and a semi-basement for commercial purposes, and a second phase that consisted of conditioning the latter as a contemporary shopping...

  3. La restauración de la Villa Durante en Roma

    Schiattarella, Andrea
    [EN] Perhaps because there are so many monuments in Rome, sometimes works that are not very well known to the public in general but no less important for all that fall into oblivion. This is the case of Villa Durante, a splendid stately home, erected during the building fever that followed the seizure of Rome by the Bersaglieri, when it was made capital of Italy. The building, forgotten and neglected for years, has been restored to its original splendour during the recent works described below.

  4. La arquitectura popular tradicional a examen: Diagnóstico experimental en la comarca del Rincón de Ademuz

    Bianco, Alessia; Guerrisi, Gabriella
    [EN] The article describes the results of a diagnosis campaign carried out in situ by means of non destructive tests in order to discover some material aspects of traditional building practices in the parish of Rincón de Ademuz (Valencian Community), which made it possible to assess their quality, resistance and general state of conservation. Apart from the innovative character of this cognitive approach to simple traditional architecture, these studies aspire to propose and draw up a new way of refurbishing these houses, respecting their original architectural system during the restoration process.

  5. Identidad cultural y paisaje construido. Proyecto piloto para la restauración de casas tradicionales en el Rincón de Ademuz (Valencia)

    Vegas, Fernando; Mileto, Camilla
    [EN] The Europa Nostra prize granted to a pilot project to recuperate traditional dwellings in a remote secluded area in the Valencian countryside, thus putting the heritage of vernacular architecture on the same footing as important European monuments. The background, general approach of the project, specific solutions, economic viability and first steps in the restoration of this architecture based on its constructional and structural essence are laid out below.

  6. El monasterio cisterciense de Nª Sª de Rueda y su restauración

    Ibargüen Soler, Javier
    [EN] The long restoration process of this monastery in the town of Sástago (Zaragoza) has made it possible to discover and rehabilitate it to be used as a museum and an inn. This Cistercian monastery is an extraordinary example of monastic life thanks to the pristine state of many of its rooms. This enormous work is a token of the praiseworthy exertions and persistence of the architect restorer and the administration of the Autonomous Community concerned, who have resolutely dedicated their skill and resources to the complex retrieval of this symbol of the past.

  7. Conservar, no restaurar. Hugo, Ruskin, Boito, Dehio et al. Breve historia y sugerencias para la conservación en este milenio

    Dezzi Bardeschi, Marco
    [EN] With an overpowering prose style full of reason and feeling, Professor Dezzi Bardeschi explains his personal creed in defence of conservation rather than restoration. The history of both disciplines in Italy, the International Restoration Charters and their main protagonists are the central strand of a reasoning that refutes the unjustifiable whims and frivolities linked to restoration to defend respect for the material and historical integrity involved in the conservation of a building seen as a monument/document.

  8. Santa Cristina de Lena, un monumento enigmático del prerrománico asturiano: piedras, deterioro y sugerencias de conservación

    Álvarez, Soledad; Esbert, Rosa Mª; Arias, Lorenzo; Sáenz, Raquel; Alonso, Francisco Javier; Ordaz, Jorge; Díaz-Pache, Francisco; Ruiz, Vicente G.; Calleja, Lope; Rodríguez, Ángel; Suárez, Luis M.
    [EN] The analysis about the building material and erection of Santa Cristina de Lena is not limited to the study of the stone and the deterioration of the monument with the intention of proposing solutions to conserve it but also contributes to throw light upon one of the most enigmatic monuments of Asturian Pre-Roman Art, differentiating the original elements from those added at a later date and explaining some of its stylistic peculiarities.

  9. Obras de emergencia en la iglesia parroquial de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción de Traiguera

    Hofbauerová, Vera
    [EN] Due to the alarming state of the vaults and the west wall of this church, the emergency works performed described here not only solved these problems but made it possible to discover their cause and find out more about the history and building of this church. The article addresses the details and the technical solutions put into practice to resolve the pathologies that threatened the survival of the building, paying special attention to the treatment given to the roof.

  10. La restauración de los Baños del Almirante de Valencia

    Camps García, Concha; Esteban Chapapría, Julián
    [EN] The contradictory restoration works performed on the Baños del Almirante over many years have finally been corrected in recent times and the complex reality of the building has been restored by adopting crucial decisions, the criteria of which are described in this article. These last investigations into the Baños del Almirante have come up with unexpected findings, such as the origin of the baths in the Christian Middle Ages, and not in the Islamic period as it had hitherto been believed.

  11. La restauración de la arquitectura: cómo y por qué

    Torsello, Paolo B.
    [EN] With a magnificently clear mind, the author analyses the concept of restoration on the basis of his presuppositions, understanding architecture as a man-made artifice, containing memory and sustaining the passage of time. The restoration project implies choosing an act of will from among many possible options, seeking the survival, integrity and reuse of the work, a threesome of criteria in a committed balancing exercise that implies fulfilling all three components adequately.

  12. La reconstrucción del puente de Mostar en Bosnia-Herzegovina

    Romeo, Manfredo; Roig, Ferran
    [EN] Mostar Bridge is an unfortunate example of the macabre practice of destroying cultural heritage as a weapon against the ethnic enemy in the former Yugoslavia. The denouncement included in Loggia, Arquitectura & Restauración, no. 1 has the satisfaction of addressing the reconstruction of this symbol of World Heritage, which did not cease to be so even when its stones lay at the bottom of the Neretva River and nobody had any great hopes of reconstructing it.

  13. Consolidación y restauración de revocos esgrafiados en la iglesia parroquial de Nuestra Señora de la Asunción de Traiguera

    Gavenda, Milos; Hosek, Jiri; Kopeck, Jan
    [EN] The intervention mentioned in the article above was carried out at the same time as the consolidation and restoration of the magnificent sgraffito work decorating the vaults of the church described below. This operation constitutes an exemplary case for the study and material analysis of sgraffito plaster before restoration even in cases where the advanced state of deterioration and the many difficulties that arose made it seem impossible to rescue it. Furthermore, it increases our knowledge of both the materiality and the iconography of sgraffito plaster tradition in the Spanish Levant.materiality and the iconography of sgraffito plaster tradition in the Spanish Levant.

  14. Basílica del Real Monasterio de San Lorenzo de El Escorial. Restauración de las cubiertas y fachadas laterales de la nave central

    de Vega García, Esther
    [EN] The pathologies in the lead used in the roof of the central nave of this important church were a risk for the integrity of the frescos on the inside of the vaults. The article gives details of the assembly of a roof covering set up in order to carry out the works without endangering the monument, the replacement process of the existing leadwork, the reconstruction of the garrets and finally the restoration of the facades of the church.

  15. Restauración e Historia: ¿Conflicto de intereses?

    Torsello, Paolo B.
    [EN] With great insight, the author examines the respective interests of the disciplines of restoration and history and the danger of a possible confusion, identification and overlapping of objectives. History understood in restoration as a set of guidelines, a building tool, a theatrical show or a monument to itself provides the keys to analyse and understand many works performed on architectural heritage of the past and the present.

  16. Recualificación de los Mercados de Trajano en Roma

    Ungaro, Lucrezia; Labics, Estudio
    [EN] The authors of this article describe the different actions put into practice in the recuperation of the magnificent ensemble of Trajan’s Markets in Rome. A historical overview of the monument serves as an introduction for the aims and criteria of the works, which involved the archaeological consolidation of the remains and the functional adaptation of the ancient tabernae and the footbridge leading in with a contemporary language and contemporary materials in an attitude of scrupulous respect for the existing matter.

  17. Proyecto de accesibilidad al público para las cubiertas de la catedral de Santiago de Compostela

    Sáez, Ricardo
    [EN] The project for public access to the roof of Santiago Cathedral so that visitors may visit and enjoy the experience is unique not only because it opens up to the public the less familiar parts of a monument but because of the extraordinary expertise, delicacy and sensibility put into practice in doing so. The author explains his initial reflection, the drawing up of the project and the building process, which permitted the combination of respect and scrupulous maintenance of the building with contemporary rehabilitations works that sought, in the author’s words, functionality, humility and honesty.

  18. Protección y puesta en valor de monumentos megalíticos del III milenio antes de nuestra era. Restauración de un túmulo funerario en Alcalar (Portugal)

    Santa Rita, Joao; Parreira, Rui; Morán, Elena
    [EN] The article shows the conceptual and technical complexity of works on very ancient archaeological remains, whose presence has melded into the natural surroundings. The restoration project thus becomes a project for the protection and embellishment of the anthropic landscape that permits us to read, understand and interpret it in spite of the obvious difficulties arising from the cultural and temporal distance between the present and the prehistoric past.

  19. La torre del homenaje del Castillo de Pombal una mirada (in)discreta

    Correia, Luís Miguel
    [EN] The restoration of the main tower of this historic Portuguese fortress and its preparation to receive visitors provides the author of the article with food for reflection about the reciprocity of the gaze of the lookout tower and its observers from the eventful history of the monument and the natural surroundings where it stands. With this reflection as a point of departure, he takes Chillida’s work as a reference for a dialogue between elements involving age, content and varied materiality.

  20. La conservación de la piedra del Claustro de la Catedral de Oviedo

    Rojo, Araceli; Esbert, Rosa Mª; Valdeón, Luis; Alonso, F. Javier; Mateos, Félix; Ordaz, Jorge
    [EN] The works described in this article constitute a methodological model for similar works for the conservation of stone in historic buildings because of its scientific rigour and the evaluation, appraisal and confrontation of the options to be found on the market for controlling, directing and adapting the technology available, choosing the most suitable possibilities in each case to achieve a deliberate restoration process that restrains and orients the technical steps rather than the usual system of blindly proceeding to restore.

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