CP-49 Historical Monuments Conservation - Project

The Faculty of Architecture / Architecture
5th Year, sem 2, 2022-2023 | Optional Project | Hours/Week: 3P | ECTS Credits: 3
History & Theory of Architecture and Heritage Conservation
Course Leaders:
conf.dr.arh. Petru Mortu
conf.dr.arh. Ștefan Bâlici
conf.dr.arh. Adrian Crăciunescu
Teaching Staff:
Conf. dr. arh. Ștefan BÂLICI, Conf. dr. arh. Petru MORTU, Lect. dr. arh. Adrian CRĂCIUNESCU, Asist. dr. arh. Ioana ZACHARIAS VULTUR, Asist. dr. arh. Alexandra TEODOR
Teaching language:
Learning outcomes:
● The assimilation of research, regulation and intervention methods on historical monuments and ensembles, within the conservation-restoration project, as well as of ways of enhancing and protecting the character of their protection areas. ● Familiarizing students with the legislation in force and with the doctrine related to heritage protection, as well as underlining the implications they have in the conservation-restoration decision-making process. ● Defining and understanding investigation/research methods prior to the design process and simultaneous to the execution process, at the monument and/or ensemble level, as well as at the urban planning level in their protection areas in order to establish and carry out conservation-restoration interventions.
1. Preparation of the database related to the monument and/or ensemble, as well as for their conservation areas (archival, bibliographic, iconographic, cartographic, in situ research) necessary for the evaluation and design phases of the project; 2. Synthesis of research and elaboration of the a) substantiation study and b) intervention regulations on the monument and/or ensemble, as well as for their conservation areas; 3. Conception of the conservation-restoration solution and/or sanitation development in accordance with the regulations established in the previous phases of the project
Teaching Method:
- field visits in order to identify different ways of intervention on historical monuments; - individual and collective workshop guidance in order to develop the phases of the project.
- the degree of correctness and relevance of the proposed solutions in relation to the doctrinal aspects of intervention; - the coherence and consistency of the approach throughout the work stages of the project; - the suitability of the project theme considering the site's problems; - the architectural value of the proposed project in accordance with the theme and purpose pursued; - study consistency and active participation in debates. - elaboration and support (oral presentation of) practical works.
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