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    Cryptoportico, Empuries - History

    The Roman Forum of Empuries, located to the south of Roses bay, is one of the most relevant historical and cultural heritage sites in the Mediterranean. This archeological restoration has recovered one of the most important spaces inside the ancient Roman city.

    Plan of the walled Roman city with the area of the Forum on the two main roads

    In Roman cities the forum was where the most important social events were held. It was the centre of the city’s political, economic, religious and judicial activity.
    The Forum was a large open-air square that was surrounded by different types of buildings dedicated to different functions.

    Archeological excavations of this area, which covers around 10,000 m2, were commenced in 1900 and lasted until the year 2000.
    Once the excavations of the Roman Forum had been completed, in 2001, it was decided that it was necessary to refurbish the archeological site and make it suitable for museum visits.
    Before beginning the Forum refurbishment project the team of architects and archeologists carried out an exhaustive analysis in order to identify the site’s key problems after which they set down the guidelines for the project.
    To begin with, we realized that visitors couldn’t clearly distinguish the different areas, spaces and buildings that made up the Forum. The square, the ambulacrum, the tabernae, the cryptoportico, the basilica, the curia, the religious area and the garden were unrecognizable spaces for visitors. Visitors couldn’t identify the main roads, the cardo and the decumanus, either. Secondly, some of the areas inside the Forum were closed off to visitors for safety reasons, because they were in a bad state and inaccessible.

    On top of this, there was the serious problem of accessibility and the lack of a route inside the Forum. The space inside the Forum was inaccessible and even dangerous because of the uneven levels produced following previous archeological excavations and due to soil erosion from the rain.

    Once the problems were studied and identified the next step was to set down the project’s key objectives: The first priority was to conserve and preserve the archeological remains and the second priority was to make the area of the Forum accessible, visitable and comprehensible.

    The project of refurbishing the Forum for museum visits entailed close collaboration between the archeologists and architects, who after coming up with these objectives went on to define the specific strategies for the renovation work.

    One of the first tasks was to demolish all the inaccurate reproductions (executed during previous archeological interventions) in order to preserve the value of the original ruins.
    The second task was to consolidate, restore and rebuild some of the most significant and relevant archeological structures according to the criteria set down by the team of archeologists from the MAC.
    Another key criterion was to recover the original floor levels and to suggest in a subtle way what the different archeological spaces that make up the Roman forum were like. The aim here was to show and highlight the emblematic features of the Roman Forum’s architecture by differentiating the (drained) paving surfaces in each particular space thus making it stand out from the others.
    And finally to mark out a suitable route for visitors inside the site. The new entrances for visitors were strategically placed on the former roads, the cardo maximus (N_S) and the decumanus maximus (E_W) thus highlighting the Cartesian order.
    Visitors are now able to clearly understand the relation between the different spaces that make up the Forum (the square, the ambulacrum, the tabernae, the curia, the basilica, the temple, the garden and the cryptoportico.
    The project basically intended to recreate the atmosphere of order that prevailed in the Roman city.
    When carrying out the works special attention was paid to the materials, techniques and designed solutions, constantly looking for a balance in the dialogue between the original ruins and the new structures, steering clear of mimicry and false reproductions.
    The refurbishment of the Roman Forum was not only an archeological and architectural undertaking but a landscaping one as well.
    At all times this project was respectful with the value of history and the landscape.


    Cryptoportico, Empuries - History


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    The Roman Forum of Empuries, located to the south of Roses bay, is one of the most relevant historical and cultural heritage sites in the Mediterranean. This archeological restoration has recovered one of the most important spaces inside the ancient Roman city.

    Plan of the walled Roman city with the area of the Forum on the two main roads

    In Roman cities the forum was where the most important social events were held. It was the centre of the city’s political, economic, religious and judicial activity.
    The Forum was a large open-air square that was surrounded by different types of buildings dedicated to different functions.

    Archeological excavations of this area, which covers around 10,000 m2, were commenced in 1900 and lasted until the year 2000.
    Once the excavations of the Roman Forum had been completed, in 2001, it was decided that it was necessary to refurbish the archeological site and make it suitable for museum visits.
    Before beginning the Forum refurbishment project the team of architects and archeologists carried out an exhaustive analysis in order to identify the site’s key problems after which they set down the guidelines for the project.
    To begin with, we realized that visitors couldn’t clearly distinguish the different areas, spaces and buildings that made up the Forum. The square, the ambulacrum, the tabernae, the cryptoportico, the basilica, the curia, the religious area and the garden were unrecognizable spaces for visitors. Visitors couldn’t identify the main roads, the cardo and the decumanus, either. Secondly, some of the areas inside the Forum were closed off to visitors for safety reasons, because they were in a bad state and inaccessible.

    On top of this, there was the serious problem of accessibility and the lack of a route inside the Forum. The space inside the Forum was inaccessible and even dangerous because of the uneven levels produced following previous archeological excavations and due to soil erosion from the rain.

    Once the problems were studied and identified the next step was to set down the project’s key objectives: The first priority was to conserve and preserve the archeological remains and the second priority was to make the area of the Forum accessible, visitable and comprehensible.

    The project of refurbishing the Forum for museum visits entailed close collaboration between the archeologists and architects, who after coming up with these objectives went on to define the specific strategies for the renovation work.

    One of the first tasks was to demolish all the inaccurate reproductions (executed during previous archeological interventions) in order to preserve the value of the original ruins.
    The second task was to consolidate, restore and rebuild some of the most significant and relevant archeological structures according to the criteria set down by the team of archeologists from the MAC.
    Another key criterion was to recover the original floor levels and to suggest in a subtle way what the different archeological spaces that make up the Roman forum were like. The aim here was to show and highlight the emblematic features of the Roman Forum’s architecture by differentiating the (drained) paving surfaces in each particular space thus making it stand out from the others.
    And finally to mark out a suitable route for visitors inside the site. The new entrances for visitors were strategically placed on the former roads, the cardo maximus (N_S) and the decumanus maximus (E_W) thus highlighting the Cartesian order.
    Visitors are now able to clearly understand the relation between the different spaces that make up the Forum (the square, the ambulacrum, the tabernae, the curia, the basilica, the temple, the garden and the cryptoportico.
    The project basically intended to recreate the atmosphere of order that prevailed in the Roman city.
    When carrying out the works special attention was paid to the materials, techniques and designed solutions, constantly looking for a balance in the dialogue between the original ruins and the new structures, steering clear of mimicry and false reproductions.
    The refurbishment of the Roman Forum was not only an archeological and architectural undertaking but a landscaping one as well.
    At all times this project was respectful with the value of history and the landscape.


    로마시대의 포럼장은 도심의 중요한 사회적 공간으로 정치, 경제, 종교, 재판 등

    또한 시 중앙에 위치한 포럼장은 서로 다른 형태와 기능을 가진 건축물들을 연결하는

    오픈에어 광장으로 둘러 쌓여 있으며 도시를 관통하는 동서와 남북 도로로 연결됩니다.

    이번 복원 프로젝트는 스페인 지로나에 위치한 로마시대의 포럼장을

    순차적이며 균형있는 복원으로 과거의 유물로 머무르는 공간이 아닌

    현재시간 속에 삽입하는 일련의 작업으로 진행합니다.

    과거의 유적을 가로 지르는 산책로는 이전 도심지를 연결하는 주요한 도로를

    활용함으로써 각 공간들을 자연스럽게 조닝하는 동시에 최소한의 건축으로

    유적지를 관람 할 수 있도록 도와줍니다. 그리고 이것은 이번 복원프로젝트가

    현재의 시간 속에 남겨진 자취를 인정하고 현재시간 속에 공존하기 위한

    Restoration and refurbishment of the Roman Forum of Empuries

    The Roman Forum of Empuries, located to the south of Roses bay, is one of the most relevant historical and cultural heritage sites in the Mediterranean. This archeological restoration has recovered one of the most important spaces inside the ancient Roman city.

    Pre-Finalist- XI BEAU / Selected- Premis Fad 2010 /Finalist premis girona 2010 / Selected- VI European Urban Landscape Biennial
    Authors: Lola Domènech , architect in collaboration with the MAC archeologist team
    Area: 7.435m2
    Location: Empúries, Girona
    Drafting: 2000/2001/2007
    Execution: 2008/2009
    Project management: Lola Domènech, architect and the MAC archeologist team
    Structure: Ignasi Ribas
    Building engineer: Josep Lluís Reventós
    Engineer: Julian Rios
    Development company: departament de patrimoni – generalitat de catalunya

    Plan of the walled Roman city with the area of the Forum on the two main roads

    In Roman cities the forum was where the most important social events were held. It was the centre of the city’s political, economic, religious and judicial activity.
    The Forum was a large open-air square that was surrounded by different types of buildings dedicated to different functions.

    Archeological excavations of this area, which covers around 10,000 m2, were commenced in 1900 and lasted until the year 2000.
    Once the excavations of the Roman Forum had been completed, in 2001, it was decided that it was necessary to refurbish the archeological site and make it suitable for museum visits.
    Before beginning the Forum refurbishment project the team of architects and archeologists carried out an exhaustive analysis in order to identify the site’s key problems after which they set down the guidelines for the project.
    To begin with, we realized that visitors couldn’t clearly distinguish the different areas, spaces and buildings that made up the Forum. The square, the ambulacrum, the tabernae, the cryptoportico, the basilica, the curia, the religious area and the garden were unrecognizable spaces for visitors. Visitors couldn’t identify the main roads, the cardo and the decumanus, either. Secondly, some of the areas inside the Forum were closed off to visitors for safety reasons, because they were in a bad state and inaccessible.

    On top of this, there was the serious problem of accessibility and the lack of a route inside the Forum. The space inside the Forum was inaccessible and even dangerous because of the uneven levels produced following previous archeological excavations and due to soil erosion from the rain.

    Once the problems were studied and identified the next step was to set down the project’s key objectives: The first priority was to conserve and preserve the archeological remains and the second priority was to make the area of the Forum accessible, visitable and comprehensible.

    The project of refurbishing the Forum for museum visits entailed close collaboration between the archeologists and architects, who after coming up with these objectives went on to define the specific strategies for the renovation work.

    One of the first tasks was to demolish all the inaccurate reproductions (executed during previous archeological interventions) in order to preserve the value of the original ruins.
    The second task was to consolidate, restore and rebuild some of the most significant and relevant archeological structures according to the criteria set down by the team of archeologists from the MAC.
    Another key criterion was to recover the original floor levels and to suggest in a subtle way what the different archeological spaces that make up the Roman forum were like. The aim here was to show and highlight the emblematic features of the Roman Forum’s architecture by differentiating the (drained) paving surfaces in each particular space thus making it stand out from the others.
    And finally to mark out a suitable route for visitors inside the site. The new entrances for visitors were strategically placed on the former roads, the cardo maximus (N_S) and the decumanus maximus (E_W) thus highlighting the Cartesian order.
    Visitors are now able to clearly understand the relation between the different spaces that make up the Forum (the square, the ambulacrum, the tabernae, the curia, the basilica, the temple, the garden and the cryptoportico.
    The project basically intended to recreate the atmosphere of order that prevailed in the Roman city.
    When carrying out the works special attention was paid to the materials, techniques and designed solutions, constantly looking for a balance in the dialogue between the original ruins and the new structures, steering clear of mimicry and false reproductions.
    The refurbishment of the Roman Forum was not only an archeological and architectural undertaking but a landscaping one as well.
    At all times this project was respectful with the value of history and the landscape.


    Watch the video: Alberto Barcellan - Video Canto Criptoportico Romano per Museo Diocesano Vicenza (May 2022).


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