Roberta Spallone

Roberta SpalloneRoberta Spallone, Architect and Ph.D. in Drawing and Survey of Architectural Heritage, from 1999 was Assistant Professor, since 2005 is Associate Professor of Drawing at the Politecnico di Torino, Interuniversity Department of Regional and Urban Studies and Planning (DIST). Member of the School of Architecture, she teaches in the "Laboratory of Drawing and Survey" and "Digital techniques of representation". Member of the Board of the Doctorate of Architectural and Landscape Heritage, she is responsible of the Ph.D. course "Drawing, survey and modelling for representing architectural and urban heritage". Coordinator of the first year of the bachelor course in Architecture. Awarded with Silver plaque U.I.D. (Unione Italiana per il Disegno) 1997 1st prize for her PhD Thesis. She carries on researches, both theoretical and applied, in the fields of history and criticism of architectural drawing, digital techniques of representation and urban survey. She is author of a hundred publications including monographs and essays, and selected speaker at many International Congresses.

Publications

Digital Representation Techniques to Interpret, Communicate, and Share 20th c. Architectural Archives: The Case Study – Rosani's Archive
Roberta Spallone, Francesca Paluan. © 2019. 31 pages.
20th c. Architectural Archives are probably the latest and hugest collections of architectural documents on paper. Their conservation depends largely on the discovery, analysis...
Digital Animation for Representing Architectural Design
Roberta Spallone. © 2019. 12 pages.
Since the late nineties digital movies have emerged as one of the main methods for submission of architectural designs at international competitions, public presentations, and...
Parametric Modeling as a Tool of Analysis and Interpretation of Built Heritage: The Case Study of Complex Baroque Vaults
Marco Vitali, Roberta Spallone, Francesco Carota. © 2019. 37 pages.
In this chapter are developed some considerations about the heuristic potentialities of parametric digital modeling as a tool for analyzing and interpreting architectural...
Reconstructive Architectural and Urban Digital Modelling
Roberta Spallone. © 2019. 15 pages.
The digital reconstruction of architectural and urban complexes, which were demolished, transformed, or have been only theoretically conceived, remaining “on paper,” is now a...
Digital Archives for Preserving and Communicating Architectural Drawings
Roberta Spallone, Francesca Paluan. © 2019. 15 pages.
Archives created by architects and engineers are unique and significant sources for scientific research, in relation with multiple disciplines. Contemporary architectural...
Digital Reconstruction of Demolished Architectural Masterpieces, 3D Modeling, and Animation: The Case Study of Turin Horse Racing by Mollino
Roberta Spallone. © 2019. 36 pages.
This chapter reviews methods and techniques of digital reconstruction of disappeared architectural masterpieces. Through the overview of theoretical positions are explored...
Digital Animation for Representing Architectural Design
Roberta Spallone. © 2018. 10 pages.
Since the late Nineties digital movies are emerging as one of the main methods for submission of architectural designs at international competitions, public presentations and...
Digital Archives for Preserving and Communicating Architectural Drawings
Roberta Spallone, Francesca Paluan. © 2018. 13 pages.
Reconstructive Architectural and Urban Digital Modelling
Roberta Spallone. © 2018. 13 pages.
The digital reconstruction of architectural and urban complexes which were demolished, transformed or have been only theoretically conceived, remaining 'on paper', is now...
Digital Representation Techniques to Interpret, Communicate, and Share 20th c. Architectural Archives: The Case Study – Rosani's Archive
Roberta Spallone, Francesca Paluan. © 2017. 29 pages.
20th c. Architectural Archives are probably the latest and hugest collections of architectural documents on paper. Their conservation depends largely on the discovery, analysis...
Digital Reconstruction of Demolished Architectural Masterpieces, 3D Modeling, and Animation: The Case Study of Turin Horse Racing by Mollino
Roberta Spallone. © 2015. 34 pages.
This chapter reviews methods and techniques of digital reconstruction of disappeared architectural masterpieces. Through the overview of theoretical positions are explored...