The aim of the work is to show how the application of the computational design can speed up and improve the realization of complex geometries typical of historical architecture and automate some processes in the design phase. The object of the research is the building housing the Cento art gallery (Pinacoteca Guercino), damaged by the seismic events of May 2012.

di F. Sampietro, M.L. Masciopinto, I.W.J. Cincotta, G. Bergonzoni - Open Project srl, Bologna, Italy