2º Convegno “La cultura del restauro e della valorizzazione”.

Durante los días 6-8 de noviembre estamos participando en Florencia en el 2º Convegno Internazionale di studi “La cultura del restauro e della valorizzazione”, donde nos hemos desplazado Alfonso Álvarez Mora, José Luis Lalana Soto y Víctor Pérez Eguíluz. El “Dipartimento di Architettura dell’Università di Firenze”, junto  con la Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de la Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, incolaboración con la asociación ARSPAT, han propuesto la realización de este congreso sobre el tema de la Documentación, Conservación y Rehabilitación del patrimonio arquitectónico, de los centros históricos, y de la tutela paisajística, siendo la segunda edición del congreso que tuvo lugar en Madrid  del 20 al 22 de junio 2013.

La inauguración del congreso se ha realizado en la mañana del jueves en la Basílica de San Lorenzo y en la Sala Donatello, trasladándose después al Dipartimento de Architettura de la Università degli Studi de Firenze.

Inauguración en San Lorenzo

Durante la jornada de hoy viernes a partir de las 11:00 Alfonso Álvarez Mora exone su comunicación titulada “Urban Rehabilitation and city project”, y ya en la mañana del sábado será el turno de José Luis Lalana Soto y Víctor Pérez Eguíluz con su intervención titulada “In a village of Castilla… Dealing with heritage conservation in a depopulation context”.

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En este enlace podéis acceder a la web del congreso.

A continuación os dejamos los abstract de cada una de nuestras aportaciones al congreso:

“Urban Rehabilitation and city Project”
A. Álvarez Mora.

Prof. Valladolid University, Spain. Director Urban Planning Institute.

Until now, rehabilitate, buildings or complexes, it has meant, and means, upgrade ancient structures, with little worry about establishing a relationship of dependence, interdependence, with the urban environment in which they are inserted. A study project R-D-I, whose goal is to analyze the dynamics and urban policies that have affected the Spanish Historical Centers, is allowing us to know its current state, especially, their shortcomings and their physical and social deterioration. The goal is to raise recovery proposing actions for urban rehabilitation in the most degraded areas, namely, considering, in parallel, as the object of rehabilitation, and in the context of a single project, residential elements and urban services. We hypothesized that providing Rehabilitation as a cultural and economic choice, also political, and a different way of driving the development of the city. We can not say that the goal of rehabilitation is claimed as spontaneous, or may be considered as a program, among others, to planning the city.

“In a village of Castilla…
Dealing with heritage conservation in a depopulation context”
José Luis Lalana Soto
Geog, Universidad de Valladolid (UVA), Instituto Universitario de Urbanística IUU.
Víctor Pérez-Eguíluz
Arch, Universidad de Valladolid (UVA), Instituto Universitario de Urbanística IUU.

The existence of small Historic Urban Areas with a recognized heritage value but a very limited capacity of intervention, it is quite frequent in Europe.

The lack of demographic and economic dynamism -both the town itself and the territory where it is placed-, requires renewing the intervention criteria. About building conservation, monumental and not, it is needed an integrative vision of the heritage, the territory and the urban fact. It is not a new approach, but nowadays it acquires a special significance, because of the current economic context, the specific circumstances of these cases and international trends in the urban heritage field as the concept of Historic Urban Landscape.

Communication reviews this situation in the region of Castilla y León (Spain), where an important amount of their historical towns reflects these features even unable to develop compulsory planning instruments. Pointing the need to generate new intervention strategies, they should consider the town and the territorial heritage, developing cooperative strategies and the adaptation of traditional mechanisms of protection to the characteristics and needs of this kind of realities.

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