CP-27 Operational Cartographic Analysis

The Faculty of Architecture / Architectural Conservation and Restoration
3rd Year, sem 1, 2022-2023 | Compulsory Course | Hours/Week: 2C | ECTS Credits: 2
Department:
History & Theory of Architecture and Heritage Conservation
Course Leader:
lect. Liliana Cazacu
Learning outcomes:

Familiarize students with methods of analyzing and using information provided by cartographic documents in order to understand the evolutionary process of urban historical areas protected tissue, so the possible interventions would ensure the preservation and enhancement of cultural heritage and development consistent.

Content:

Vocabulary. Operational cartographic research purpose.
Characteristics of cartographic documents. Classification and inventory for the investigation.
Documents relating to the Bucharest and Sibiu map (Disclosure and Presentation).
Ways of dealing with the mapping studies and documents:
Role of cartographic research information provided to substantiate the urban interventions (case studies):
Illustrations of how to obtain and use information contained in cartographic documents (case studies)
Cartographic research methods (case studies):
Practical exercises:
Theme 1 - Selection of cartographic and bibliographic material available for preparation of the proposed operational mapping analysis types.
Theme 2 - analysis of the urban fabric of a historic area of the city.

Teaching Method:

Lectures with the presentation of images (photos, plans etc.).
Site visits (historic center "Curtea Veche", Calea Victoriei, Calea Moșilor);

Assessment:

During the semester (discussion on the issues raised).
Development and support (oral presentation) practical work

Bibliography:

Publications, articles, studies and unpublished
George D., FLORESCU, Din vechiul București – Biserici, curți Boerești și hanuri între anii 1790-1791 după două planuri inedite (de la șfârșitul veacului al XVII-lea), Institutul de Arte Grafice – “Lupta” – N. Stroilă, București, 1935;
Florian, GEORGESCU, Paul, I., CERNOVODEANU, Ioana, CRISTACHE-PANAIT, Documente privind istoria orașului București, București: Muzeul de istorie a orașului București, 1960;
Constantin C., GIURESCU, Istoria Bucureștilor, București: Editura pentru Literatură, 1996;
Nicolae, LASCU, Legislație și dezvoltare urbană, București 1831-1952, Teză de doctorat, București, I.A.I.M., 1997;
Cezara, MUCENIC, București, Un veac de arhitectură civilă, secolul XIX, Silex, Casa de Editură. Presă și Impresariat, București, 1997;
Radu, OLTEANU, Bucureștii în date și întâmplări, Paideia, Colecția cărților de referință, București, 2002.
Sanda, VOICULESCU, coordinator, analysis of historical values of architectural No Reserve. 1 of Bucharest - Lipscani Zone - Old Court, CIARTA the IAIM, 1995.
Department of History of Architecture, Restoration and Theory of Architecture IAIM, verification and updating the information contained in the list of Historic Monuments city Bucharest, Bucharest, in October. 1997;
CI & T ACP. PUZ analysis of cultural values for the historical center of Bucharest, Bucharest: UAUIM C.I. & T.A.C.P., 2003.

Historical and current plans and guides the city of Bucharest
Ferdinand Ernst, Wallachischen Plan der Haupt u. Residenz Stadt BUCHAREST, 1791
Major Rudolf Borroczyn Plan, 1846 edition
Major Rudolf Borroczyn Plan, 1852 edition
Papassoglu Plan, 1871
Schedule Bucuresci worked Geographical Institute of the Army, 1895-1899, SC. 1:5.000
Plan of Bucharest, the official edition in 1911, SC. 1: 5000
Topographical Plan of the Municipality of Bucharest, 1911, SC. 1: 1000
Plan and guide the city of Bucharest, Michael C. Pantea, 1923
The union plan. Bucharest and surroundings, XII edition, Brasov, 1938
Revised topographic plan of Bucharest in 1991, SC. 1: 2000 and 1:500