ICOMOS Global Case Study Project on Recovery and Reconstruction

Page de garde Matrice 2Matrix for the Compilation of Case Studies

Funded by Kyushu University

In the context of the ICOMOS Guidance on Post Trauma Recovery and Reconstruction for World Heritage Cultural Properties document, this draft matrix aims to assist in the documentation of events and their effects on heritage assets for use as a tool for the ICOMOS Global Case Study Project on Reconstruction.

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Please write to documentation[at]icomos.org if you wish to receive the editable Word version of the matrix.

The following case studies are available online:

Post-War Reconstruction in Baščaršija, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina by Gruia Bădescu (available on ISSUU)

The Reconstruction of the Cathedral of Venzone by Francesco Doglioni (available on ISSUU)

Valparaíso: Serrano Street by Paulina Kaplan Depolo (available on ISSUU)

Sensho-ji Temple Main Hall by Alejandro Martinez de Arbulo (available on ISSUU)

The Kasubi Tombs by Jonathan E. Nsubuga (available on ISSUU)

Damascus Gate and adjacent areas in the Old City, East and West Jerusalem by Wendy Pullan (available on ISSUU)

The following case studies will shortly be made available online:

Post Trauma Reconstruction and the Preservation of the Archaeological Heritage: the Case of Beirut by Assaad Seif

Post Disaster Recovery in the City of Christchurch by Catherine Forbes

Post-trauma Recovery of Buildings after the Earthquake in Japan and Nepal by Tomoko Mori

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