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The projest of the floor plan of the main Trogir square and Cardo from the second half of the 19th century
; Konzervatorski odjel Ministarstva kulture u Trogiru
; Građevinsko arhitektonski fakultet u Splitu
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Str. 68 - 83
This article discusses the floor plan of the main Trogir square before the construction of the layout for the present pavement. A thus far unpublished project for the square pavement and the main ancient cardo is presented as a whole, which consists of the precise ground plan and the eight key sectional views. The year 1857 is inscribed in the middle of the ground plan. That was the year when the works for the present pavement began, but they were based on a very different project of which there are almost no records, as there are no records about the earlier state of the pavement. Since the planned shaping of the main Trogir square through history represents one of the most significant urbanistic themes, every piece of information about its floor plan is a contribution to the knowledge of the whole spatial unity. The project which we present shows the paving of the main street in a way in which Ignacije Macanović used in his projects during the middle of the 18th century. The project proposes an octagonal raster which thoughtfully agrees with the composition and the geometry of the square. The cross section lines which define the falls, minimally contrast the logistics of the paving raster. The way of non – coinciding, pointed to the fact that the author, based on the existing falls, corrected the scheme of the floor. Therefore, we concluded that cross sections show the inherited functional base.
These new drawings were analyzed from a technical point of view as well as in following the urbanistic shaping of this space, and in that way, we uncovered the possibility that the drawings are based on the earlier features of the floor plan. Within the historical analysis, some previously not indicated geometrical inter-relations of the buildings on the square are presented, and we observe that besides the public loggia, at the beginning of the 19th century, there were also stone vessels for measuring wheat. The signature on the paper showing the ground plan was later skillfully erased, but with the help of the computer, we managed to partially reconstruct it, and we came to the assumption that its author could be engineer Carlo Bortolotti, who at the time, worked in Trogir.
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