Prende il via da Orvieto (TR), il 15 Ottobre 2011 alle ore 10:00 al Palazzo dei Congressi, la prima Biennale del Restauro Architettonico ed Urbano, chiamata BRAU1.

La Biennale del Restauro è una mostra espositiva, un evento culturale di portata internazionale ed interdisciplinare dove si affronteranno le problematiche, tenendo presenti gli aspetti gestionali, tecnologici ed economici, sulla conservazione e restaurazione dei piccoli centri storici, dei complessi monumentali, sull’uso corretto delle tecnologie a disposizione e sulla riqualificazione degli spazi architettonici ed urbani, senza perdere di vista le peculiarità e le risorse locali.

La manifestazione si snoderà sull’asse culturale Orvieto – Firenze, dove avverrà la cerimonia di chiusura il 28 Ottobre 2011 alle 10:00 all’Aula Magna Rettorato. Ma non saranno le uniche città ad essere oggetto ed ospitanti della mostra e dei dibattiti: “parteciperanno” anche Todi (PG), Assisi (PG), Montepulciano (SI), Cortona (AR), ArezzoSiena e Lucca. E, più precisamente, saranno circa 350 i pannelli di opere di restauro, più video, esposti presso: Palazzo del Moro (Orvieto), ex chiesa di San Rocco (Orvieto), Palazzo del Gusto (Orvieto), San Francesco (Orvieto), Biblioteca Fumi (Orvieto), Santa Vediana (Firenze), Cantine Storiche del Vino (Montepulciano). Ed anche un’esposizione orale a Santa Vediana a Firenze (il giorno 25 Ottobre h. 10:00-13:00). La mostra non terminerà il 28 con la cerimonia di chiusura di Firenze, ma proseguirà fino al 30 di Ottobre.

Come già anticipato, saranno 4 i temi portanti di questa BRAU1, che a loro volta si snoderanno in sottotemi:
A) Manutenzione permanente delle piccole città storiche;
B) Restauro di Complessi Monumentali;
C) Strategie per la riappropriazione degli edifici dismessi ubicati nei centri urbani ed extra-urbani; archeologia industriale;
D) Interventi sul patrimonio edilizio moderno.

La Biennale del Restauro Architettonico ed Urbano è un evento promosso dal CICOP – Italia con il sostegno della Federazione mondiale CICOP (Centri Internazionali per la Conservazione del Patrimonio Architettonico).

Starts from Orvieto (TR), October 15th2011 at 10:00 am at the Palazzo dei Congressi, the first Biennale del Restauro Architettonico ed Urbano (Architecture and Urban Restoration Biennale), called BRAU1.

The Restoration Biennial is an exhibition, a cultural event of international and interdisciplinary issues which are addressed, taking into account the aspects of management, technology and economics, conservation and restoration of historic small towns, the monuments, on the proper use of the technologies available and the redevelopment of urban and architectural spaces, without losing sight of the peculiarities and local resources.

It will be more specifically about 350 panels of restoration, plus videos, exhibited at Palazzo del Moro (Orvieto), former church of San Rocco (Orvieto), Palazzo del Gusto (Orvieto), St. Francis (Orvieto), Biblioteca Fumi (Orvieto), Santa Vediana (Florence), Cantine Storiche del Vino (Montepulciano, in the Siena’s province).

As mentioned earlier, will be 4 main themes of this BRAU1, which in turn wind into sub-themes:
A) Maintenance of permanent historic towns;
B) Restoration of Monumental Complex;
C) Strategies for the reappropriation of abandoned buildings located in urban and extra-urban centers; industrial archeology;
D) Working on the modern architectural heritage.

The closing ceremony will be in Florence on October 28th2011, from 10:00 at the Aula Magna Rettorato. The exhibit will not end with the closing ceremony of Florence, but will be open till October 30th, 2011.
The Biennale of Architecture and Urban Restoration is an international and interdisciplinary cultural event promoted by CICOP – Italy with the support of the CICOP World Federation (International Centre for Conservation of Architectural Heritage).

Starts from Orvieto (TR), October 15th2011 at 10:00 am at the Palazzo dei Congressi, the first Biennale del Restauro Architettonico ed Urbano (Architecture and Urban Restoration Biennale), called BRAU1.

The Restoration Biennial is an exhibition, a cultural event of international and interdisciplinary issues which are addressed, taking into account the aspects of management, technology and economics, conservation and restoration of historic small towns, the monuments, on the proper use of the technologies available and the redevelopment of urban and architectural spaces, without losing sight of the peculiarities and local resources.

It will be more specifically about 350 panels of restoration, plus videos, exhibited at Palazzo del Moro (Orvieto), former church of San Rocco (Orvieto), Palazzo del Gusto (Orvieto), St. Francis (Orvieto), Biblioteca Fumi (Orvieto), Santa Vediana (Florence), Cantine Storiche del Vino (Montepulciano, in the Siena’s province).

As mentioned earlier, will be 4 main themes of this BRAU1, which in turn wind into sub-themes:
A) Maintenance of permanent historic towns;
B) Restoration of Monumental Complex;
C) Strategies for the reappropriation of abandoned buildings located in urban and extra-urban centers; industrial archeology;
D) Working on the modern architectural heritage.

The closing ceremony will be in Florence on October 28th2011, from 10:00 at the Aula Magna Rettorato. The exhibit will not end with the closing ceremony of Florence, but will be open till October 30th, 2011.
The Biennale of Architecture and Urban Restoration is an international and interdisciplinary cultural event promoted by CICOP – Italy with the support of the CICOP World Federation (International Centre for Conservation of Architectural Heritage).

Starts from Orvieto (TR), October 15th2011 at 10:00 am at the Palazzo dei Congressi, the first Biennale del Restauro Architettonico ed Urbano (Architecture and Urban Restoration Biennale), called BRAU1.

The Restoration Biennial is an exhibition, a cultural event of international and interdisciplinary issues which are addressed, taking into account the aspects of management, technology and economics, conservation and restoration of historic small towns, the monuments, on the proper use of the technologies available and the redevelopment of urban and architectural spaces, without losing sight of the peculiarities and local resources.

It will be more specifically about 350 panels of restoration, plus videos, exhibited at Palazzo del Moro (Orvieto), former church of San Rocco (Orvieto), Palazzo del Gusto (Orvieto), St. Francis (Orvieto), Biblioteca Fumi (Orvieto), Santa Vediana (Florence), Cantine Storiche del Vino (Montepulciano, in the Siena’s province).

As mentioned earlier, will be 4 main themes of this BRAU1, which in turn wind into sub-themes:
A) Maintenance of permanent historic towns;
B) Restoration of Monumental Complex;
C) Strategies for the reappropriation of abandoned buildings located in urban and extra-urban centers; industrial archeology;
D) Working on the modern architectural heritage.

The closing ceremony will be in Florence on October 28th2011, from 10:00 at the Aula Magna Rettorato. The exhibit will not end with the closing ceremony of Florence, but will be open till October 30th, 2011.
The Biennale of Architecture and Urban Restoration is an international and interdisciplinary cultural event promoted by CICOP – Italy with the support of the CICOP World Federation (International Centre for Conservation of Architectural Heritage).

Starts from Orvieto (TR), October 15th2011 at 10:00 am at the Palazzo dei Congressi, the first Biennale del Restauro Architettonico ed Urbano (Architecture and Urban Restoration Biennale), called BRAU1.

The Restoration Biennial is an exhibition, a cultural event of international and interdisciplinary issues which are addressed, taking into account the aspects of management, technology and economics, conservation and restoration of historic small towns, the monuments, on the proper use of the technologies available and the redevelopment of urban and architectural spaces, without losing sight of the peculiarities and local resources.

It will be more specifically about 350 panels of restoration, plus videos, exhibited at Palazzo del Moro (Orvieto), former church of San Rocco (Orvieto), Palazzo del Gusto (Orvieto), St. Francis (Orvieto), Biblioteca Fumi (Orvieto), Santa Vediana (Florence), Cantine Storiche del Vino (Montepulciano, in the Siena’s province).

As mentioned earlier, will be 4 main themes of this BRAU1, which in turn wind into sub-themes:
A) Maintenance of permanent historic towns;
B) Restoration of Monumental Complex;
C) Strategies for the reappropriation of abandoned buildings located in urban and extra-urban centers; industrial archeology;
D) Working on the modern architectural heritage.

The closing ceremony will be in Florence on October 28th2011, from 10:00 at the Aula Magna Rettorato. The exhibit will not end with the closing ceremony of Florence, but will be open till October 30th, 2011.
The Biennale of Architecture and Urban Restoration is an international and interdisciplinary cultural event promoted by CICOP – Italy with the support of the CICOP World Federation (International Centre for Conservation of Architectural Heritage).