Bernadette's Exhibition for Transforming UCL Competition READY at Gordon St, UCL ENTRANCE, lONDON / by Bernadette Devilat

Some of my research images have been selected as the winning entry of the Transforming UCL Competition. Two large scale images of my case studies are displayed along a 18 m long hoarding at Gordon St, UCL's entrance in London. These images are a top view of San Lorenzo de Tarapacá and a plan view of Lolol, with high level of detail, rendered using 3D scanning data that I obtained there in 2013. This technology is fast and accurate as a survey tool. Indeed, the images show all the 3D scans taken on these cases, which conform its complete heritage area, obtained in only three days in each case, although with only some samples of interior spaces. Some more images, explanations and videos of these cases are along the exhibition too. This is part of my current PhD research titled: Re_construction and record: exploring alternatives for heritage villages after earthquakes in Chile, which objective is to generate new architectural design alternatives to address conservation and re-construction of heritage villages after earthquakes through the exploration of sustainable and technological methods, and the role that accurate recording technologies might have in that process. The exhibition can also be explore via Google Street View: https://www.google.co.uk/maps/dir//51.5248232,-0.1322584/@51.5245041,-0.1352437,16.32z?hl=en  

Source: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/transforming-ucl/tra...