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Title: Architecture and Cultural Heritage - Interior Design Concepts from the Twentieth Century
Author(s): Meuser, Natascha
Editors: Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Fachbereich Architektur, Facility Management and Geoinformation
Issue Date: 2019
Language: English
Series/Report no.: Innenraumplanung, Volume Nr. 14
Subjects: 729
Abstract: The architectural monuments of every society form a part of its cultural heritage and must be preserved for future generations. Today this process involves a range of complex challenges. The conservation of monuments entails not only assessing and evaluating those monuments but also engaging in a wide range of public relations activities. The aim of this course is therefore to help students gain a good working knowledge of architectural fundamentals as well as architectural history and theory. As such, this lecture series is divided into three broad modules: • History and Theory • Methods and Tools • Concepts and Projects During the course students will undertake a great deal of research, developing their own questions and viewpoints and gaining academic insights. They will work their way through academic tasks and apply what they have learnt to investigate a research question of their own choice.
ISBN: 978 - 3 - 96057 - 085 -1
Open Access: Open access publication
License: (CC BY 4.0) Creative Commons Attribution 4.0
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