BBC World News 2017 - Rebuilding Aleppo / Art Graphique & Patrimoine





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Published on Dec 13, 2017

On the 11th of December, Bruno Deslandes (Director International & Heritage at risk in Art Graphique & Patrimoine) has been invited by the BBC World TV to speak about reconstruction process currently ongoing in Aleppo (Syria).

He pointed out the great achievements reached in several places where AGP has been appointed by UNESCO/EU to carry out high resolution documentation and diagnostic of listed buildings damaged by armed conflicts.
Among them are prestigious monuments like Beit Ghazaleh and Beit Achiqbash.

As Mark Ghazaleh (descendant of the owners’ family) was also invited to this 7 minutes discussion, a special focus has been given to this unique aleppine architectural landmark called Beit Ghazaleh.

Both of them have spoken about the rich history of the place, its international significance into the reconstruction process, and the use of the latest operational technologies successfully applied to such extreme context, in the framework of the coming restoration emergency consolidations.
All this collected data will, later on, become the base for the restoration works to be undertaken.
A fly-through the measurements points cloud of this damaged site, realized by AGP, has been demonstrated.

BBC News World TV acknowledged the value of this exceptional work, and provided it with a worldwide resonance.


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