PLANNING RESTORATION

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PLANNING RESTORATION
INTERNATIONALIZATION POLICIES IN THE RESTORATION SECTOR

THURSDAY 7th APRIL 2016 from 9.30 am to 1.10 pm_Restauro in Ferrara

 

Italy has historically spread worldwide its peculiar theories of restoration and conservation effectively guiding the international approach for preserving Cultural Heritage. Italy has also exported its craftsmen, artists, architects and engineers over time to deal with the most important monuments all over the World.
The Italian Restoration sector, substantially developed into an organic “industrial” system after the new Millennium, seems now ready to create its own strategies for promoting its model, materials, technologies, enterprises, specialized design offices and service societies worldwide.
The conference aims to present some examples of international cooperation, focused on the restoration design area, through the Internationalization Policies supported by the Italian Ministry of Economic Development (MISE) by its agency ICE-Italian Trade Promotion Agency and through other models of international cooperation and autonomous experiences.
Some example of international projects carried out by ICE Agency and Assorestauro from 2013 to 2016 are presented together with the future target Countries. Delegates from North America, South America, Iran and Lebanon has been invited to present the opportunities of increasing the involvement of the Italian enterprises in their own markets.

 

CHAIRMAN Ing. Nicola Berlucchi

 

PROGRAMME

9.00–9.30
Registration for credits of professional education with Assorestauro staff PAD 4 STAND B12/D13

            

INTERNATIONALIZATION POLICIES

9.30–10.20
ICE – Agency for the internationalization of Italian businesses: supporting internationalization in the restoration sector
Alessandra Capobianco, ICE

Emilia-Romagna Go Global 2016-2020. The policies of support to business internationalization and the case of the restoration sector
Ruben Sacerdoti, Regione Emilia Romagna

IILA cooperation initiatives in the restoration sector
Giorgio Malfatti di Monte Tretto, IILA

Cooperation between associations
Alessandro Zanini, Assorestauro

International planning experiences
Nicola Berlucchi, Assorestauro

 

INTERNATIONALIZATION PROJECTS 2014-2016

10.20-10.35
RUSSIA: The Restoration School in Moscow
Tatiana Vyatchanina, CNRPM

10.35-10.50
TURCHIA: MED ART Turkey-Italy International project and the restoration of Sheik Sulayman Mosque
Olcay Aydemir, VGM

10.50-11.05
CUBA: Italy-Cuba Cooperation in the restoration sector
Nelys Garcia, OHC

 

11.05-11.15        Coffee Break

 

THE RESTORATION SECTOR IN THE TARGET COUNTRIES
Overview by the delegates invited to join ICE – Assorestauro International Workshop

11.15-11.30
NORTH AMERICA
“Heritage Conservation in the US on the 50th Anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act”
Kitty Vieth, AIA, LEED AP Principal, Architectural Resources Group

11.30-11.45
SOUTH AMERICA
Guillermo Garcia, Council Member PRIE (Plan Rector de Intervenciones Edilicias), National Congress

11.45-12.00
IRAN
Hassan Talebian, Architect & Conservator and Deputy Chief (Vice President) of Iran Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts organization

12.00-12.15
LEBANON
Randa Kawekji, Architect Restorer – Responsible of DGA office in Tripoli

 

EXAMPLES OF INTERNATIONALIZATION

12.15-12.30
Planning in Lebanon
Marco Martuscelli, Planach

12.30-12.45
International experiences of structural engineering and site management
Alessandro Bozzetti, SPC

12.45-13.00
International experiences in National Vulnerability Assessment and Pilot Retrofitting in Buthan
Pasquale Crisci, AIRES INGEGNERIA

 

Signature at exit for CPE