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Title: Mixed masonry in historic buildings: architecture and technology synthesis
Authors: Mestre, Victor
Aleixo, Sofia
Keywords: architectural conservation
historic buildings
traditional and eclectic architecture
mixed masonry
thickness
Issue Date: 2014
Citation: Mestre, Victor; Aleixo, Sofia. Mixed masonry in historic buildings: architecture and technology synthesis, 9th International Masonry Conference 2014 in GuimarĂ£es, 1, 105-114, 2014.
Abstract: Within a heritage framework, the conservation, restoration and rehabilitation of 19th C. and early 20th C. traditional buildings requires a special consideration of the cultural, material and technological elements. In buildings from this period, architecture was under a process of industrialization, offering a place to rehearse the use of new techniques and new materials, enabling the observation of a certain hybridism in the resulting constructive systems. Therefore, as a special type, the preservation of mixed masonry buildings should follow best practices in conservation and restore of such buildings structures. However, as a structural component of walls, this system have been one of the main problems to be overcome in conservation, sometimes even being used as the reason for the demolition of cultural significant buildings.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10174/14254
Other Identifiers: 978-972-8692-85-8
Type: bachelorThesis
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