FROM FIELD WORK TO DELIVERABLES. EXPERIENCES ON THE TIN HOUSE COURTYARD DOCUMENTATION
- 1Dept. of Architecture and Urban Planning, Universidad de Oriente, Ave. Las Américas, S/N Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
- 2Carleton Immersive Media Studio, Carleton University - 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Canada
- 3Carleton University – 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Canada
- 4Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Carleton University, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Canada
Keywords: Tin House Courtyard, laser scanner, photogrammetry, CAD drawings, BIM models, documentation
Abstract. The Tin House Courtyard is a property of the National Capital Commission (NCC) in Ottawa, Canada. The site is located within the ‘Mile of History’, a historical route running from Parliament Hill to the Governor General’s residence. Currently, existing assets are under intervention works that include several preservation and renewal actions. Within the broader project, one of the tasks before construction works started was the documentation of the set of facades. The Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS) at Carleton University in Ottawa was commissioned by NCC to conduct the recording of the area. This paper describes the process undertaken from field work to the final deliverable to the client, as well as the issues faced in between. Nowadays, up to date surveying technologies have revolutionized the methodologies for cultural heritage documentation. In this regard, the recording strategy employed encompassed the use of photogrammetry, laser scanner, total station, as well as different pre and post processing software in order to generate the desired outcomes.