DISEGNARECON

Scientific Journal on Architecture and Cultural Heritage

"DISEGNARECON” is an international, on-line, diamond open access and blind peer reviewed scientific journal focused on researches and case studies in the different fields of cultural heritage, and in particular on built heritage study, representation, communication, and valorization, in relation to the multiple tangible and intangible dimensions. DISEGNARECON is a wording made by two different Italian polysemantic words: "disegnare" (means "drawing" but also "design") + "con" ("with" or "through"). The journal invites submissions aiming to favor the discussion and debate between scholars of different fields.

The journal is published by the University of L’Aquila (Italy).

Editor in Chief: Stefano Brusaporci. Deputy Editor: Pamela Maiezza. 

Journal Manager: Alessandra Tata.

Editorial Board: Mirco Cannella, Giulia Flenghi, Alfonso Forgione, Alessia Garozzo, Romina Nespeca, Maria Laura Rossi, Francesco Stilo, Alessandra Tata, Luca Vespasiano.

Scientific committee: (Italy) Stefano Bertocci, Carlo Bianchini, Massimiliano Campi, Mario Centofanti, Enrico Cicalò, Paolo Clini, Simonetta Ciranna, Antonella Di Luggo, Francesca Fatta, Andrea Giordano, Elena Ippoliti, Massimiliano Lo Turco, Alessandro Luigini, Francesco Maggio, Roberto Mingucci, Adriana Rossi, Daniele Rossi, Michele Russo, Rossella Salerno, Roberta Spallone, Ilaria Trizio, Ornella Zerlenga; (Argentina) Mauro Chiarella; (Brazil) Altino Barbosa Caldeira, Ana Clara Mourão Moura; (France) Livio De Luca; (Germany) Dominik Lengyel; (New Zealand) Renata Jadresin-Milic; (Poland) Tomasz Jelenski; (Spain) Pilar Chias Navarro, Pablo Rodriguez-Navarro, Pedro-Manuel Cabezos Bernal, Teresa Gil Piqueras; (UK-China) Eugene Ch'ng. 


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Rated by ANVUR as "Scientific Journal” for Italian Scientific Areas: 08 Architecture - 10 Ancient, philological-literary and historical-artistic sciences - 11 Historical, philosophical, pedagogical and psychological sciences



 

 


Vol 16, No 31 (2023): Architectural Heritage Imaging


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Edited by Stefano Brusaporci