3D MODELING FOR THE KNOWLEDGE OF ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE AND VIRTUAL RECONSTRUCTION OF ITS HISTORICAL MEMORY
Article, Other literature type
DI LUGGO, Antonella
(issn: 2194-9034, eissn: 2194-9034)
Architectural heritage, Range-based survey, 3D modeling, Virtual reconstruction, Palazzo Penne
The object of this paper is one of the most ancient palaces of Naples, Palazzo Penne, a fourteenth-century residential building located
on a small high ground which originally was in the outer fringe of the built up area in a privileged position enabling to enjoy the
landscape and gulf beauty. This building, which today is in the heart of the historical center, was the subject of an extensive analysis
and documentary research, as well as of metric laser scanner survey carried out by the group researchers working at the
Interdepartmental Centre of Research Urban Eco of the University of Naples Federico II.
Starting from <i>scan to bim</i> systems the creation of a parametric model of the current state of the building is completed, by bringing the
point cloud elements back to objects to which historical and construction data can be associated.
Moreover starting from acquired data, the 3D model shows the reconstructive hypothesis of the original structure and the virtual
reconstruction of the building based on traces found on-site and on the comparison with coeval creations allowing to properly
hypothesize the design of point features.