A wide spread of multidisciplinary results was obtained for the Smart Cities and Communities and Social Innovation project supported by MIUR and entitled “Product and process innovation for the maintenance, conservation and sustainable restoration of cultural heritage”. The project basically suggested the opportunity to avoid emergency closures of sites of high historical, architectural and cultural value, to proceed with planned interventions that regularly guarantee the well-being of the site and its conservation. A new organization of the protection, conservation and maintenance system was thus proposed (Part I and Part II). The choice of the test materials was suggested by their widespread use in the monumental heritage of Southern Italy and in particular in ‘The Sassi and the Park of the Rupestrian Churches of Matera – UNESCO World Heritage Site” which was the site where part of the lab activity was transferred “in situ”. In particular, the reported activity in Part II describes the microstructural characterization of calcarenite and the identifi cation of some compounds of its degradation by means the integrated use of different analytical technique. The paper also presents some non-destructive test results evaluating the behavior of both a newly developed acrylic-based product developed by the project’s industrial partner (Icap Leather Chem Spa) and commercial consolidating and protective products.

Culture Economy: Innovative strategies to sustainable restoration of artistic heritage. Part I - Development of natural gels for cleaning the stone materials of cultural heritage from iron stains and biodeteriogenic microorganisms,

A. M. Salvi;G. Bernardo
Investigation
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A. Guida;V. Porcari
2021

Abstract

A wide spread of multidisciplinary results was obtained for the Smart Cities and Communities and Social Innovation project supported by MIUR and entitled “Product and process innovation for the maintenance, conservation and sustainable restoration of cultural heritage”. The project basically suggested the opportunity to avoid emergency closures of sites of high historical, architectural and cultural value, to proceed with planned interventions that regularly guarantee the well-being of the site and its conservation. A new organization of the protection, conservation and maintenance system was thus proposed (Part I and Part II). The choice of the test materials was suggested by their widespread use in the monumental heritage of Southern Italy and in particular in ‘The Sassi and the Park of the Rupestrian Churches of Matera – UNESCO World Heritage Site” which was the site where part of the lab activity was transferred “in situ”. In particular, the reported activity in Part II describes the microstructural characterization of calcarenite and the identifi cation of some compounds of its degradation by means the integrated use of different analytical technique. The paper also presents some non-destructive test results evaluating the behavior of both a newly developed acrylic-based product developed by the project’s industrial partner (Icap Leather Chem Spa) and commercial consolidating and protective products.
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