Anastylosis and CH reconstruction
Reconstruction techniques such as anastylosis require historical data and temporal analyses to serve as the basis for decision making in the framework of CH reconstruction, management and restoration. The EU-funded AVATAR project aims to contribute to anastylosis techniques with a new approach based on the latest technological advances. The project will develop and optimise a set of procedures and tools to interpret the structural and conservation status in the architectural heritage. It will also promote the change of current practices towards preventive approaches to conservation. Eventually, AVATAR will help to prevent the deterioration of CH assets in the future.
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