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A Model Proposal for Documentation, Monitoring and Analysis of Building Façades

Conference paper
Authors Pär Meiling
Jan Rosvall
Sven-Olav Johansson
Published in Proceedings Optical 3D Measurement Techniques VIII 9-12 July 2007. Editors: Armin Grühn and Heribert Kahmen
ISBN 3-906467-67-8
Publication year 2007
Published at NMK
Centre for Environment and Sustainability
Language en
Keywords Documentation, Photogrammetry, Sustainable conservation, Maintenance, Built heritage, Built environments, Public property management
Subject categories Cultural Studies


Pro-active long-term maintenance and sustainable conservation of immovable cultural heritage as well as recent built environments at large constitutes a vital challenge for involved actors. Such an actor is the public property owner and housing corporation Förvaltnings AB Framtiden (Inc.) in Göteborg in Sweden. Through its subsidiary companies the Framtiden-group owns a building-stock of considerable proportions. This paper presents a proposal for an application-oriented model for photogrammetric documentation, monitoring, and analysis of material conditions and occurring deterioration phenomena, of façades of residential buildings. It is argued that such a model strongly will contribute to development of a valid and consistent platform of relevant knowledge anticipated to support establishment of vital strategies for long-term maintenance of built environments. A collaborative network has been established in order to provide the model in progress with a viable vocational and scholarly-scientific mix of needed competences.

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