The paper deals with the 3D survey of Palazzo Raimondi in Cremona, featuring a renowned Renaissance façade, first step of a knowledge program aimed to define strengthening strategies consistent with the objective of building conservation. The laser-scanning campaign involved both external facades and the loggia on the court, extending to the flat coved vaults of the first floor, allowing detecting possible deviations from an ideal geometric reference. Non-destructive tests were also performed on materials and structures in order to widen the awareness on building behavior and attempt a first vulnerability analysis.

Palazzo Raimondi in Cremona: 3d survey and diagnostic tests for the knowledge of construction techniques and historical materials

VERSACI, ANTONELLA
2015

Abstract

The paper deals with the 3D survey of Palazzo Raimondi in Cremona, featuring a renowned Renaissance façade, first step of a knowledge program aimed to define strengthening strategies consistent with the objective of building conservation. The laser-scanning campaign involved both external facades and the loggia on the court, extending to the flat coved vaults of the first floor, allowing detecting possible deviations from an ideal geometric reference. Non-destructive tests were also performed on materials and structures in order to widen the awareness on building behavior and attempt a first vulnerability analysis.
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