Architectural History, Theory and Composition 3
|Author/s||Rey Pérez, Julia
García de Casasola Gómez, Marta
|Abstract||The contents of the course address the evolution of the concept of heritage throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, incorporating all types of heritage, from monuments to the landscape as a container of heritage. It also ...
The contents of the course address the evolution of the concept of heritage throughout the 20th and 21st centuries, incorporating all types of heritage, from monuments to the landscape as a container of heritage. It also reviews the strategies for managing cultural heritage in the 21st century and identifies new models of heritage city management based on urban governance and the heritage-sustainability binomial, as well as the challenges for the 21st century and the 2030 Agenda. The course is structured alternating sessions with a more conceptual and critical vocation with practical sessions where both group work and individual work are developed. In this practical part of the course, the students overturn the contents of the first part of the class. In both cases and on a different scale, students' work deals with a case study - a building with its surroundings, an area of the city or territory- in which they identify heritage values and attributes in order to define strategies and criteria for intervention. Basically, the course aims to introduce the student to methodologies of intervention in heritage, which can be structured in three phases: heritage identification (research and documentation), cultural values and conservation project.
|Citation||Rey Pérez, J. y García de Casasola Gómez, M. (2021). Architectural History, Theory and Composition 3. En Seminar for Teachers – Teaching through design for Sustainability of the Built Environment and Heritage Awareness (282-287), University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture.|