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Pages: 7099-7104
Publication year: 2018
ISBN: 978-84-697-9480-7
ISSN: 2340-1079
doi: 10.21125/inted.2018.1658

Conference name: 12th International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Dates: 5-7 March, 2018
Location: Valencia, Spain

TRANSVERSE INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH AS AN ENHANCING KNOWLEDGE TOOL. CASE STUDY RELATED TO ARCHITECTURAL RESTORATION AND MUSICAL COMPLETION

J. Baró Zarzo, B. Aguilera Moreno

Universitat Politècnica de València (SPAIN)
The case presented here deals ultimately with the positive influence in the learning process that is brought about by the parallel acquisition of knowledge coming from different fields, that allows the researcher with a global point of view capable of shedding light on unprecedented and profitable conclusions, which arise precisely because of their transverse vision. The idea develops in a background where heritage culture and predisposition of society aim at the completion of those pieces of art that are incomplete by diverse circumstances. That concept has been particularly applied to the comparison between the criteria used to restore historic buildings and the criteria adopted for the completion of unfinished or incomplete musical works.

In this sense, the complicity between a student of architecture, with advanced knowledge of music, and her teacher (firstly) and tutor (afterwards) in the School of Architecture, equally well-trained in music, has been essential in the development of her dissertation, titled “The continuity of the piece of art. Architectural restauration vs. musical completion”. The simple and diffuse initial intuitions about analogies between Music and Architecture when studying the subject “Architectural Restoration” attracted the student to the point of developing further research, which result was the Final Degree Project, recently evaluated at the Universitat Politécnica de València (Spain). As a result, these intuitions were proved and successfully turned into a tangible and convincing reality thanks to a rigorous examination based on the study of compared cases. In particular, five architectural restoration trends were related with as many ways to complete unaccomplished or unfinished scores.

The task has properly contributed to enhance knowledge in the field of architecture. In addition, it has open a path for new analytical cases as well as for deepening into the possible transfer of study methodologies between both disciplines. In any case, the technical results are currently being reworked and synthesized for their publication as a journal article.
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J. Baró Zarzo, B. Aguilera Moreno (2018) TRANSVERSE INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH AS AN ENHANCING KNOWLEDGE TOOL. CASE STUDY RELATED TO ARCHITECTURAL RESTORATION AND MUSICAL COMPLETION, INTED2018 Proceedings, pp. 7099-7104.
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