20 abril 2021

3DPAST - Living and virtual visiting European World Heritage

We are very happy to inform that the project 3DPAST - Living and virtual visiting European World Heritage was just concluded, and can be visited at: https://esg.pt/3dpast/

The project was coordinated by Escola Superior Gallaecia (esGALLAECIA), as project leader, University of Florence (UNIFI) and University Politecnica de València (UPV), as partners. It was developed in the framework of CREATIVE EUROPE Programme, with co-funding from the European Union (2016-2020).

3DPAST project received international support from:
ICOMOS International, ICOMOS-CIAV, ICOMOS-ISCEAH, ICOMOS-CIPA, & UNESCO-Chair of Earthen Architecture, Building Cultures and Sustainable Development.

The main idea for the project was to research and value vernacular heritage in World Heritage sites. The key-aim was to enhance this outstanding heritage, through architectural and historical research in a digital and multimedia way, crossing it with a creative component, to reach new audiences.

The project outputs were:
. 3DPAST Book:
"From Vernacular to World Heritage” (a publication with 250 pages in English) for free download at: https://esg.pt/3dpast/publications

. 3DPAST Booklet:
"Guidelines and strategies for maintenance of vernacular architecture in World Heritage sites” (100 pages in 5 languages), for free download at: https://esg.pt/3dpast/3d-past-booklet

. 3DPAST App:
Already available at App Store, very soon at Google Play Store, at: https://esg.pt/3dpast/3dpast-app

. 3DPAST Videos:
Introducing the outputs of the project, at: https://esg.pt/3dpast/videos

. 3DPAST Digital Drawings:
Digital art form the creative component of the project, at: https://esg.pt/3dpast/digital-drawings

. 3DPAST International Conference HERITAGE 2020:
Papers, proceedings and videos of the international conference, at: https://esg.pt/3dpast/platform/pienza.html

You can also visit the project’s platform with deeper research on the selected World Heritage sites, crossed with 3D Models and virtual reality.

Further information about vernacular architecture in the 8 researched World Heritage sites, can be accessed at:

Upper Svaneti, GEORGIA:

Pienza, ITALY:

Cuenca, SPAIN:

Transylvania, ROMANIA:

Old Rauma, FINLAND:

Gjirokastra & Berat, ALBANIA:



Feel free to disseminate.
We hope you enjoy!

Mariana Correia & Gilberto Carlos,
Escola Superior Gallaecia, Portugal

Saverio Mecca & Letizia Dipasquale,
Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy

Camilla Mileto & Fernando Vegas,
University Politecnica de València, Spain

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