Protecting against future earthquake damage in Italy

The recent earthquake in central Italy exposed the fragile nature of many of the country’s oldest buildings. This article explores the complexities inherent in attempts to restore and repair such buildings to protect them from more devastating earthquake damage in the future.

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Quake Exposes Italy’s Challenge to Retrofit Its Architecture

By AIA Pianigiani and Elisabetta Povoledo

The New York Times

August 26, 2016

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