The history of building technology is a relatively popular theme for researchers, in Italy. Their surveys prove to be a great help when considerate restoration is the issue. Over the last months, two main international conferences on this issue took place in Rome, disclosing many new facts and connections. Yet, at both occasions a forceful discussion arose, centering on a peculiarity in Italian law that seems to deprive public buildings from proper conservation.
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - 1992|