Sustainable Mediterranean Construction

Sustainable Mediterranean Construction

RESTORATION STRATEGY OF PORTALS IN SALÉ MEDINA BASED ON MULTI-CRITERIA METHODS

Authors

 Driss El Hachmi, Mohammed Ouadi Bensalah, Mohammed Cherraj, Lahcen Bahi, Latifa Ouadif, Rachid Benkmil, Mohammed Aqil

Keywords: 

Portal, Salé, Medina, Diagnosis, Multi-criteria.

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Abstract

Historical portals of the Salé medina in Morocco are non-renewable resources. Their uniqueness lies in their history, architecture, materials and socio-cultural values. Unfortunately, they have been neglected to the detriment of urban development and suffer from several deteriorations that threaten their existence. Several restorations have been undertaken, but the results have failed to enhance this heritage. The aim of this study is to establish a restoration strategy for these historical portals using multi-criteria decision-making methods. This strategy is a statistical assessment that helps decision-makers select portals before starting restoration activity. It is based on portals diagnostics, material testing, stakeholder judgements and multi-criteria decision-support methods. The latter take into consideration several criteria, such as the historical, architectural, socio-cultural values and the conservation status of monuments. This evaluation revealed the main criterion influencing values of these portals and gives a priority ranking for the conservation of these monuments according to their final weight. The final result is a conservation strategy for the portals of Salé.

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SMC N.18 2023

SMC MAGAZINE N. EIGHTEEN/2023

001_COVER AND INDEX

005_ PRECIOUS OR WASTE ITEMS? BUILT ENVIRONMENT QUALITY AND HARMONY WITH THE PLACE
Dora Francese

023_ BOARDS AND INFORMATION

FOCUS ON WASTES’ AND RENEWABLE RESOURCES’ USE IN CONSTRUCTION

024_ RECYCLE WASTE ASSETS. The Centro Agricolo of Pisticci as a method
Mariangela Bellomo, Antonella Falotico

030_ ARCHITECTURE AND BIOECONOMY. THERMAL PLASTER WITH ALMOND FIBERS
Luigi Alini, Bruna D’Agata

034_ ADAPTIVE STRATEGIES FOR CIRCULAR DESIGN IN CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION PROCESSES
Francesca Giglio, Andrea Boeri, Francesco Armocida

039_ BARRIERS AND OPPORTUNITIES TO CIRCULAR ECONOMY ADOPTION TO ECONOMIC, SOCIAL, AND ENVIRONMENTAL
PERFORMANCE
Arlinda Balaj, Lura Rexhepi Mahmutaj

045_ RESTORATION STRATEGY OF PORTALS IN SALÉ MEDINA BASED ON MULTI-CRITERIA METHODSl
Driss El Hachmi, Mohammed Ouadi Bensalah, Mohammed Cherraj, Lahcen Bahi, Latifa Ouadif, Rachid Benkmil,
Mohammed Aqil

050_ CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDY OF MUQARNAS IN THE MOSQUES OF MARRAKECH
DAbdelhak Loukid, Khalid Rkha Chaham, Taoufiq Bahjaoui, Saad Bensallam