The slender structures have always been architectural elements recognizable from a distance and, for its strong vertical characteristic they possess with respect to the housing settings that surround them, have always taken on a role as ‘markers’ of architectural, urban and territorial identities. Specifically, this paper examines through the disciplinary of the drawing the bell towers of the historic built in Naples (Italy) as urban and architectural events of peculiar geometric and morphological value. Through the multidimensional survey methodology and through the practice of drawing and its multiple descriptive potential, the bell towers have been investigated for urban context, architectural and detail (multiscale drawing). In this regard, the investigation's being conducted under: the analysis of the architectural system (base, stem, belfry and covering); the architectural typology; the location respect to the church; the planimetric shape, the height, the external spatial configuration (architectural orders) and internal (altimetric levels), the decorative apparatus. The survey data were obtained for a restitution in architectural representation scale (1:50) and subsequently thematized with the use of 3D modeling, visualization, cataloging and interrogation. The originality of the study consists in the return of an unprecedented knowledge and representation of the bell towers in the Naples city according to a map of geometric and morphological characteristics. The research, conducted in team, is offered as a result of the operations conducted within the competitive project intra/Ateneo ‘XXX’ - Integrated PRocedure for assEssing and improVing the resiliENce of existing masonry bell Towers at territorial scale, finaced by Programma Valere 2019.
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