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Item Acesso AbertoLiterature review on earthen vernacular heritage: contributions to a referential framework(Springer Open, 2022-06-24) Carlos, Gilberto Duarte; Ribeiro, Telma; Achenza, Maddalena; Oliveira, Cristina; Varum, HumbertoThe state of the art of earthen architecture and vernacular built heritage comprises a complex set of issues that range from fundamental problematic recognition to anthropological and cultural studies and, more recently, to technological and experimental analyses. This paper addresses the development of the field, following the milestones of the international literature and pursuing a reflective-theory approach within a historical framework. It aims to explore the main contributions that have enhanced vernacular heritage and earthen architecture as specific domains, from pioneering public awareness essays to institutional expertise guidelines. Finally, in addition to the literature review process, this paper considers the recent corpus of recommendations from conservation management reference institutions, the updating of the operative problematic of earthen vernacular built heritage, and the relevance of local community involvement in facing increasing challenges. Item Acesso AbertoThe european project "VERSUS+/Heritage for People": Objectives and methodology(International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 2020) Mileto, Camilla; Vega, Fernando; Correia, Mariana; Carlos, Gilberto Duarte; Dipasquale, Letizia; Mecca, Saverio; Achenza, Maddalena; Rakotomamonjy, Bakonirina; Sánchez, Neda H.The project “VerSus+ / Heritage for PEOPLE”, founded by the European Commission as part of the Creative Europe Culture Programme (Ref. 607593-CREA-1-2019-1-ES-CULT-COOP1) during the period 2019–2023, focuses on the transmission of knowledge to all branches of society and the general public. Its aim is to raise awareness on what constitutes the basis for the conservation of the tangible and intangible heritage as well as for a more sustainable contemporary architecture. This in-depth transmission of the lessons from vernacular heritage to future society is to be carried out in specific defined contexts, such as islands and archipelagos (geographically limited territories that are accessible to collaborators and administrative, technical and social agents), where vernacular heritage is under pressure, subjected to the transformations of contemporary life, particularly mass tourism. These pilot experiences should serve as a real testing ground for the implementation of actions for social participation, dissemination, education, communication, and promotion in different contexts and through different media. This project aims to reach out to society in order to showcase the sustainable qualities of the examples identified, through the establishment of an operative approach that can be adjusted to different contexts. The experiences on each island are expected to have repercussions throughout the region and, in turn, throughout the country in question, improving the perspectives and opportunities starting from best practices, and promoting the development of local skills. In addition, promotion and support from partners and associate partners will allow these experiences to be applied in other similar European and international contexts. Item Acesso RestritoVerSus project: Lessons from vernacular heritage for sustainable architecture(CRC Press, 2015) Correia, Mariana; Carlos, Gilberto Duarte; Guillaud, Hubert; Mecca, Saverio; Achenza, Maddalena; Vegas López-Manzanares, Fernando; Mileto, CamillaThe project’s main aim is to gain knowledge from the fundamental lessons and principles of the vernacular architecture, and to explore new ways to apply those principles into modern sustainable architecture. The research was developed on the framework of VerSus: Lessons from Vernacular Heritage for Sustainable Architecture, a European research project developed by ESG/Escola Superior Gallaecia, Portugal, as Project leader; with the partnership of UPV/Universitat Politènica de València, Spain; UNICA/Università degli Studi di Cagliari, Italy; UNIFI/Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy; and CRAterre-ENSAG/ International Centre for Earthen Architecture at Grenoble National Higher Educational School of Architecture, France. The project also received the support of the Chair UNESCOEarthen Architecture, Building Cultures & Sustainable Development, ICOMOS-ISCEAH and ICOMOS-CIAV.