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 of built heritage design, 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 and aims to favor the discussion and debate between scholars.

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

Editorial Director: Mario Centofanti; Vice Editorial Director: Roberto Mingucci
Editor in Chief: Stefano Brusaporci,
Journal Manager: Pamela Maiezza; Alessandra Tata.
Editorial Board: Marinella Arena, Giuseppe Amoruso, Enrico Cicalò, Danilo Di Donato, Alfonso Forgione, Mariangela Liuzzo, Massimiliano Lo Turco, Alessandro Luigini, Silvia Mantini, Alessandra Meschini, Antonella Nuzzaci, Assunta Pelliccio, Daniele Rossi, Marianna Rotilio, Michele Russo, Alessandra Tosone, Ilaria Trizio, Adriana Marra. Editoral Assistants: Stefano Boero, Andrea Ruggieri.
Scientific committee: (Italy) Stefano Bertocci, Carlo Bianchini, Massimiliano Campi, Mario Centofanti, Simonetta Ciranna, Antonella Di Luggo, Francesca Fatta, Andrea Giordano, Roberto Mingucci, Adriana Rossi, Rossella Salerno, Roberta Spallone, Ornella Zerlenga; (Spain) Pilar Chias Navarro, Pablo Rodriguez-Navarro;  (UK-China) Eugene Ch'ng; (France) Livio De Luca; (Poland) Tomasz Jelenski; (Argentina) Mauro Chiarella; (Brazil) Altino Barbosa Caldeira, Ana Clara Mourão Moura, (New Zealand) Renata Jadresin-Milic.


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Rated by ANVUR as "Scientific Journal” for Italian Scientific Areas 08-10-11



 

 


Vol 14, No 27 (2021): Virtual reconstruction and restoration. Comparing methodologies, practices, and experiences


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 Edited by Ilaria Trizio, Emanuel Demetrescu and Daniele Ferdani