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RIBA Conservation Guide

Author/EditorBarter, Marion (Author)
Joynt, Anna (Author)
McDonald, David (Author)
Shepherd, Andrew (Author)
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
ISBN: 9781914124877
Pub Date01/08/2024
BindingPaperback
Pages208
Dimensions (mm)210(h) * 170(w)
This is an essential guide for those taking either the RIBA Conservation Register Course or another building conservation course.
$44.22
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This is an essential guide for those taking either the RIBA Conservation Register Course or another building conservation course. Taking as its starting point the ICOMOS Education and Training Guidelines, the internationally-recognised set of criteria, this book explores everything you need to know when undertaking projects that involve architectural conservation.

This is the only book that deals systematically with the ICOMOS Guidelines, written by RIBA course tutors, bringing their extensive expertise to the table, with their varied and practical experience in the public, private and academic sectors. With guidance that can applied both in the UK and internationally, and covering the essential aspects of climate change and retrofit, this is a must-have handbook.

This is an essential guide for those taking either the RIBA Conservation Register Course or another building conservation course. Taking as its starting point the ICOMOS Education and Training Guidelines, the internationally-recognised set of criteria, this book explores everything you need to know when undertaking projects that involve architectural conservation.

This is the only book that deals systematically with the ICOMOS Guidelines, written by RIBA course tutors, bringing their extensive expertise to the table, with their varied and practical experience in the public, private and academic sectors. With guidance that can applied both in the UK and internationally, and covering the essential aspects of climate change and retrofit, this is a must-have handbook.

David McDonald is an independent urban design and conservation consultant with over 30 years' experience in the historic environment sector. He currently specialises in providing training for built environment professionals including town planners, conservation officers and architects, but also provides advice to a number of private and public sector clients. Marion Barter is an architectural historian and archaeologist with over thirty years' experience in the public and private sectors. She has been teaching on the RIBA course since 2017. Andrew Shepherd is an architect with over forty years' experience and currently runs his own practice specialising in heritage projects. He was formerly Director of the Architectural Association's Building Conservation Course.

Foreword Introduction Understanding Significance Using History Setting and Context Carrying out Research Analysing Building Behaviour Diagnosing Defects Report Writing ICOMOS and UNESCO Principles Making Balanced Judgements Obtaining expert advice Repair and Maintenance Record Keeping Constructive Collaboration Dealing with Climate Change

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