The principles of restoration in Eastern Europe. Ukraine and Italy between homologation and respect of the identity
In: Quaderni dell'Istituto di Storia dell'Architettura: 73-74, 2021
The principles of restoration in Eastern Europe. Ukraine and Italy between homologation and respect
of the identity
The fall of the Berlin wall and the end of the Soviet Union have defined scenarios that have quickly put the western and eastern parts of Europe in front of new political, economic, social and cultural relations.
The comparison is not simple and the differences are tangible. The work poses the problem of how it is possible, through knowledge and comparison on the level of defense of cultural heritage, to accelerate the processes of approach, which are not intended to be homologated. The essay aims to underline how mutual knowledge, combined with mutual respect, can accelerate processes of mutual collaboration, without incurring in forms of homologation, and in respect of mutual identities.