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3D digital reconstruction of the Bloemstraat in Amsterdam in the 18th century

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posted on 05.10.2021, 15:42 by Gamze SaygiGamze Saygi, Tijm LanjouwTijm Lanjouw

A 3D reconstruction of a historic built environment is an extensive piece of hypothesis requiring the inspection of the building stratigraphy (e.g. the detection of spatial transformations, element alterations and additions).


The dataset covers both the 3D reconstruction itself (obj) and various viewpoints showing the streetscape (of the Bloemstraat in Amsterdam) as in 18th century.


Tracing each spatial feature back in history to determine their 18th century architectural features is challenging, especially for a case like the Bloemstraat, in a poor and middle-class neighborhood, as the physical evidence is not always rich in these streets.


In the rendered viewpoints (labeled as R-00#), we employed the color scheme developed by 4D Research Lab’s (by Tijm Lanjouw and Jitte Waagen) to represent different reliability/certainty levels.


Funding

The Freedom of the Streets. Gender and Urban Space in Europe and Asia (1600-1850)

Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research

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Retention period

30/09/2031

Research priority area

  • Cultural Heritage & Identity
  • Urban Studies