The drawing of an absence: efficacy and research applications of semantic digital models. Sanmicheli architecture and Veronese, Zelotti and Canera frescoes at villa Soranzo in Treville near Treviso

GIOVANNI ASMUNDO, RITA EL ASMAR

Abstract


The construction of the digital model and its mapping
are conceived and used as an instrument to study and
work on reconstruction in dialogue with historical research,
asking new questions and allowing accurate
checks, In continuity with the existing literature about
the semantic digital modell this tool is proposed as a
case study and protototype for the creation of models
constructed with different materials and in dearth of
information, starting from the drawings, already an
asstraction, the tool is able to simulate an architectural
space, as well as to reconstruct for the first time
the lost illusionistic architecture, which has intimately
connected with the real one in a tight continuity between
interior and exterior, conceived by the architect, the
painters and the customer with a strong Renaissance
intention

Keywords


Villa Soranzo; Paolo Veronese; Michele Sanmicheli; illusionistic architecture; semantic model; digital model

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