WORKSHOP by: CESUGA – University College Dublin. Published: February 16, 2018.

Conservation/Transformation

EAAE – ENHSA NETWORK ON CONSERVATION

Coordinator: Professor Stefano Musso

II° workshop – Faculty of Architecture of the University of Genoa, School of Architecture, Landscape and Civil Engineering University College Dublin


“Conservation/Transformation”

Dublin, Borris, Kilkenny. Ireland – 17-19 September 2009.

This workshop builds on the workshop held in Genoa in 2007. The theme to be addressed is that of “transformation”, acknowledging that what is conserved is no longer what it was before intervention. The workshop is experimental – participants are asked, through the medium of real sites, to reflect on some key issues that impact on conservation/restoration practice and theory and on how these may be explored in teaching. The ambition is to create a discursive atmosphere as a contribution to the reflective papers of the participants.

Four inter-connected themes are put forward for consideration:

Communication from within the field of conservation/restoration   outwards

Design/ making a proposition for intervention

Confronting issues of sustainability

Universal access/tensions with conservation ethics

To facilitate creative exploration the sessions of the Workshop will be held at different locations. The working language of the Workshop is English.

The workshop will be chaired by Professor Loughlin Kealy, School of Architecture, Landscape and Civil Engineering – University College Dublin

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WHEN:
September 17, 2009

WHERE:

Dublin
Borris, Kilkenny
Ireland


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