Accessibility as a key enabling knowledge for enhancement of cultural heritage
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Maria Agostiano, Luca Baraldi, Elena Borin, Flavia Maria Coccia, Fabio Donato, Simone Fanti, Teresa Heitor, Antonio Lamas, Antonio Laurìa, Inger Marie Lid, Carolina Martins, Gisella Paoletti, Camilla Ryhl, Christine Sinapi, Gian Paolo Treccani
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pp. 194,      1a edizione  2016   (Codice editore 382.7)
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In breve
How can the topic of accessibility enhance the value of cultural heritage? This book aims at overcoming the traditional relationship between accessibility and disability. The texts address a large audience of professionals, scholars and students who are dealing with topics related to the design and management of accessible spaces, goods and services, with particular reference to those in the cultural heritage, museum and tourist sectors.
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How can the topic of accessibility enhance the value of cultural heritage? This book aims at overcoming the traditional relationship between accessibility and disability. Pointing to the core of the question, the volume represents a cultural and operative tool to expand human freedom and the opportunity for all, to give a direct and personal contribution to the growth of society.
The diverse geographical, social and cultural background of the contributors adds a broader insight into the topic. Different visions are brought together in order to raise the awareness of the importance of accessibility as a key strategy for building a truly inclusive society. The texts address a large audience of professionals, scholars and students who are dealing with topics related to the design and management of accessible spaces, goods and services, with particular reference to those in the cultural heritage, museum and tourist sectors.
Heritage is important for everybody. Therefore, it should not be denied to anyone.

Alberto Arenghi Civil Engineer, Associate Professor of Building Technology at the University of Brescia. He is Director of the Interdepartmental Laboratory
  • brixia accessibility lab. Accessibility to Cultural Heritage&Wellbeing
  • (University of Brescia).
    Ilaria Garofolo Civil Building Engineer, Full professor of Building Technology at the University of Trieste. She teaches Inclusive and Universal Design and develops research projects in the field of accessibility to cultural heritage.
    Oddbjorn Sørmoen Art Historian, he currently works for the KA Norwegian Association for Church Employers, but previously for the Directorate for Cultural Heritage, Norway, and English Heritage. He has worked extensively with accessibility to cultural heritage and the history and maintenance of sacred architecture.

  • Indice
    Marcus Weisen, Foreword
    Dario Scarpati, Foreword
    Alberto Arenghi, Ilaria Garofolo, Oddbj•rn Sørmoen, Introduction
    Simone Fanti, Art, Architecture & Disability: The Right to Beauty
    Luca Baraldi, Sense beyond Perception: Conceptual Accessibility and Social Inclusion
    Oddbjorn Sørmoen, Access to Life. An Accessibility Rethink
    Elena Borin, Fabio Donato, Christine Sinapi, Embedding Inclusion in the Management Approach of Cultural Organizations
    Flavia Coccia, Quality Cultural Tourism Needs to be More Accessible
    Inge Marie Lid, Access to Cultural Heritage: A Multiscaled Approach
    Antonio Laurìa, Accessibility to Cultural Heritage as a Design Challenge
    Gian Paolo Treccani, Alberto Arenghi, Different Design Approaches to Accessibility to Cultural Heritage: A Decalogue
    Camilla Ryhl, So Much More than Building Regulations: Universal Design and the Case of Practice
    Maria Agostiano, The "Compensatory Solutions" for an Alternative Accessibility of Cultural Heritage Sites
    Ilaria Garofolo, Gisella Paoletti, How to Communicate and Understand Places and Messages
    Teresa Heitor, Antonio Lamas, Carolina Martin, Improving Physical Accessibility to Cultural Landscapes - Learning from the Project "Parques de Sintra Welcome Better"
    Authors short profile.