References Heritage Conservation Data

Each art is exclusive in form, dimension, quality, style and strategies. The latest and exciting discovery into the historical past of oil-painting, got here from a scientist at the Japan Center for International Cooperation in Conservation, who concluded that 7th century cave paintings in Afghanistan used a “white base layer of a lead compound, followed by an upper layer of natural or artificial pigments mixed with either resins or walnut or poppy seed drying oils”.

In 8o Synedrio Diethnous Epitropes gia te Synterese ton Psephidoton (ICCM): Entoichia kai epidapedia psephidota: Synterese, diaterese, parousiase Thessalonike, 29 Oktovriou-3 Noemvriou 2002: Praktika = VIIIth Convention of the Worldwide Committee for the Conservation of Mosaics (ICCM): Wall and Floor Mosaics: Conservation, Maintenance, Presentation: Thessaloniki, 29 October-three November 2002: Proceedings.

In Concrete Repair, Rehabilitation and Retrofitting II: Proceedings of the 2nd Worldwide Conference on Concrete Restore, Rehabilitation and Retrofitting (ICCRRR), Cape Town, South Africa, 24-26 November 2008, edited by Mark G. Alexander, Hans-Dieter Beushausen, Frank Dehn, and Pilate Moyo, 311-12.history of arts

La réalcanisation, une nouvelle technique de conservation des monuments historiques en béton armé: évaluation de l’efficacité, de la durabilité et de l’innocuité des traitements = Evaluation of the appli- cation of realkalisation therapies for the preservation of historic monuments product of bolstered concrete.

La sperimentazione di tecnologie revolutionary del ‘900: CriticitaÌ€ e processo manutentivo attraverso l’osservazione del Mercato Ittico di Luigi Cosenza (Napoli 1929-30) Experimentation with progressive 20th-century technology: Vital elements and maintenance processes by means of commentary of the Fish Market of Luigi Cosenza (Naples, 1929-30).history of arts

Sustainability and Adaptive Reuse (chapter 5) provides references to texts, guides, and case studies that specify ideas or present examples of adaptive reuse, in addition to power conservation, sustainable practices, and mechanical ser- vices in twentieth-century buildings and structures.history of arts