The Built Heritage Research and Practices Series aims to contribute to a better understanding of the significance and potential of built heritage activities and interventions such as conservation, restoration, adaptive re-use, refurbishment and the longer-term maintenance-monitoring process.
Volumes in the series comprise both theoretical and practical contributions that address the reality of existent buildings and built heritage sites, which are characterised by complex geometries, different layers of interventions and changes in constructive systems. The series covers a variety of topics, ranging from built heritage documentation, recording and information systems to risk assessment, preventive conservation, maintenance and monitoring.
By Gabriela García, Aziliz Vandesande, Fausto Cardoso, Koen Van Balen
May 31, 2021
The Future of the Past is a biennial conference generally carried out during the commemoration date of the incorporation of Santa Ana de Los Ríos de Cuenca Ecuador as a World Heritage Site (WHS). It initiated in 2014, organized by the City Preservation Management research project (CPM) of the ...