3dPast project – Living & virtual visiting European World Heritage will be developed under the framework of the CREATIVE PROGRAMME, from the European Commission, a project developed by ESG/ Escola Superior Gallaecia, Portugal, as Project Leader; with the partnership of UPV/ Universitat Politènica de València, Spain; and UNIFI/ Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy.
The project receives the support of the Chair UNESCO-Earthen Architecture, Building Cultures & Sustainable Development, ICOMOS-ISCEAH (International Scientific Committee of Earthen Architectural Heritage) and ICOMOS-CIAV (Vernacular Architecture International Committee), and is under the collaboration of WHEAP-UNESCO (World Heritage Earthen Architecture Programme of UNESCO).
Project Leader and Director
Gilberto Duarte Carlos, José Vicente, Teresa Correia, Goreti Sousa, Mónica
Alcindor, Rui Florentino, Damião Matos, Henrique Silva, Emília Simão, Ana Lima, Luis Paulo Pacheco
Teresa Bermudez, Marco Mourão, Sandra Rocha, Jacob Merten
Università degli Studi di Firenze, DIDA Dipartimento di Architettura, Italy
Letizia Dipasquale, Alessandro Merlo, Massimo Carta, Stefano Galassi,
Lucia Montoni, Francesco Frullini, Alessandra Manzi, Gaia Lavoratti, Luciano
Giannone, Enrico La Macchia
Universitat Politècnica de València, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura, Spain
Fernando Vegas, Camilla Mileto
Valentina Cristini, Lidia García Soriano, Maria Diodato, Juan María Songel,
Guillermo Guimaraens, José Luis Baró, Yolanda Hernández
Matilde Caruso, Alicia Hueto, María Lidón
With the support
All the outcomes of the project are being developed with a balanced management between partners, each entity assuming different activities and roles, according to their expertise and task responsibility in the project. This is possible due to the fact that the team members have a strong partnership, international vocation and have already demonstrated to be able to produce high quality outcomes and relevant results with an international impact.
The partnership of the 3dPast project was built as a network of excellence, including leading institutions from the concerned fields, with complementary profiles and a traceable record of achievement. This expertise can be considered one of the pillars that guaranteed the project’s quality, adequate implementation and high level of results.