WORKSHOP by: Università degli Studi di Genova. Published: February 16, 2018.

Teaching Conservation/Restoration of the Architectural Heritage: Goals, Contents and Methods

The workshop constitutes a further initiative and a new start of the Thematic Sub-Network on Conservation within the EAAE and ENHSA. Previous activities within this framework have been
held, in 2004 and 2006 in Leuven, coordinated by Herman Neuckermans and their results have been published in the EAAE “Transactions on Architectural Education” no 21 and 311. This new
workshop will take place at the School of Architecture in Genoa, Italy, on October 18 to 20, 2007, organized by Stefano F. Musso. The main objective of the workshop is to bring together educators
in conservation, in the widest sense of the word for the moment, from various European schools of architecture so that:

  • they can investigate together the similarities and differences in the contents and pedagogy of teaching within the field of conservation/restoration of architectural heritage;
  • they can examine the ways in which the teaching of conservation/restoration fits into the curricula of different schools, with regard to timing, teaching hours and breadth of studies on
    the subject;
  • they can critically compare educational objectives and strategies implemented by the schools in relation to conservation/restoration teaching;
  • they can exchange ideas and thoughts on new teaching methods and discuss the rationale encompassing the teaching of conservation/restoration in the education of an architect.

 

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October 18, 2007

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Faculty of Architecture
University of Genoa
Stradone di S. Agostino, 37
6123 Genova (ITALY)


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