H.A.B.S. - Historic American Buildings Survey and the integration of new technology

Autores/as

  • Ricardo Lopez Center For Urban And Community Design, University of Miami
  • Chris Mader Center For Computational Science, University of Miami
  • Amin Sarafraz Center For Computational Science, University of Miami
  • Li Yin School Of Architecture, University of Miami

Palabras clave:

Historic Buildings, Measured Drawings, Point Clouds, Documentation, University of Miami, H.A.B.S

Resumen

This advanced drawing and research course covers the documentation guidelines for the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) set forth by the U.S. National Park Service. Students acquire the ability to analyze and assess historic sites for documentation, create detailed field notes, and produce measured drawings that follow national Standards for submission to the Library of Congress. They gain a fundamental knowledge of how to record historic sites that may require further study, preservation, alteration, or addition. Most recently the course has integrated digital methods of documentation in conjunction with the Center for Computational Studies, using aerial and frontal drone photography, photogrammetry, and 3D point clouds with control points and GPS referencing to expand the amount of data that can be expediently collected while on site. By overlaying the techniques they are able to assess the usefulness and complementary nature of the analog and the digital.

Este curso avanzado de dibujo e investigación, abarca las pautas de documentación para HABS (El Levantamiento de Edificios Histórica Norteamericanos) establecida por el Servicio de Parques Nacionales de los Estados Unidos. Los estudiantes adquieren la habilidad de analizar y evaluar sitios históricos para su documentación, crear notas de campo detalladas, y producir dibujos con medidas siguiendo las normas nacionales para posteriormente ser presentados a la Biblioteca del Congreso. Obtienen un conocimiento fundamental de cómo registrar los sitios históricos que puede requerir algún estudio adicional, preservación, alteración o adición. Recientemente, el curso ha integrado métodos digitales de documentación en conjunto con el Centro de Estudios Computacionales, utilizando fotografías de drones aéreos y frontales, fotogrametría y nubes de puntos 3D con puntos de control y referencias GPS para ampliar la cantidad de datos que se pueden obtener en el terreno. Superponiendo diferentes técnicas los estudiantes serán capaces de evaluar su utilidad y la naturaleza complementaria entre lo analógico y lo digital.

Biografía del autor/a

Ricardo Lopez, Center For Urban And Community Design, University of Miami

Ricardo Lopez
Lecturer, School Of Architecture and Assistant Director, Center For Urban And Community Design, University of Miami
E-mail: r.lopez2@miami.edu

Chris Mader, Center For Computational Science, University of Miami

Chris Mader
Director, Software Engineering, Center For Computational Science, University of Miami,
E-mail: cmader@med.miami.edu

Amin Sarafraz, Center For Computational Science, University of Miami

Amin Sarafraz
Director, Software Engineering, Center For Computational Science, University of Miami
E-mail: a.sarafraz@umiami.edu

Li Yin, School Of Architecture, University of Miami

Li Yi
Lecturer, School Of Architecture, University of Miami
E-mail: liyi@miami.edu

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Publicado

2017-09-20

Cómo citar

Lopez, R., Mader, C., Sarafraz, A., & Yin, L. (2017). H.A.B.S. - Historic American Buildings Survey and the integration of new technology. Revista Científica De Arquitectura Y Urbanismo, 38(2), 91–103. Recuperado a partir de https://rau.cujae.edu.cu/index.php/revistaau/article/view/424