ANALYSIS OF DESIGN PATTERNS IN BUILDINGS WITH OVERLAPPED ARCHITECTURES. CASE STUDY: THE CATHEDRAL OF VALENCIA
Keywords: TLS survey, Architectural drawing, 3D modelling, Layouts, Project genesis
Abstract. The aim of this paper is to focus attention on the methodology used to carry out geometric analyses, based on digital models, of the different construction stages that are juxtaposed in the most emblematic building of the three selected in the study, the Cathedral of Valencia. These analyses will be the basis for the subsequent modelling of the building in each of its historical periods. It is an extremely complex building which its works began in 1262. Over the centuries it has been accumulating extensions and reforms adapted to the new architectural styles of each era. In this communication, the methodology used for the collection of massive data in this complex building will be exposed, making special mention of the different equipment used in each case, the programming of tasks, their coordination and the digital models obtained. Likewise, the process of carrying out the geometric analyses of each of the construction stages will be exposed. Lastly, the results obtained will be presented taking into account the possible geometric and proportional links that the successive interventions have given rise to.