La formazione per il restauro: riflessi internazionali ed esperienze di metodo
In: Quaderni dell'Istituto di Storia dell'Architettura: 73-74, 2021
Training for restoration: international reflections and experiences of methodology
The University of Rome, La Sapienza, introduced a programme of conservation training for the built heritage under the direction of Prof. G. De Angelis d’Ossat in the 1950s. In 1966, this programme continued in collaboration with ICCROM as an international training course. Most contributions received for this section of our conference were Italian but there were also 10 from: Peru, France, Brazil, Spain, and Mexico.
There were 9 papers focusing on practical work sites, and 71 papers illustrating experiences of methodology. These reports show that the School was important for the career of the participants. Together with Gianni Carbonara, we had the same teachers, and through this experience we were both integrated into the world of modern restoration, which is also international. Finally, it is interesting to remember that ex-students also have formed an association called ANIASPER.