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Patrimony Recuperation

Code 15221
Year 5
Semester S1
ECTS Credits 5
Workload PL(30H)/TP(30H)
Scientific area Arquitetura
Entry requirements Not considered
Learning outcomes Recognize the general lines of conservation and restoration;
Recognize the “in situ” and laboratory test methods used in the diagnostic phase.
Understand the importance of protecting architectural heritage within the scope of urban planning;
Understand the strategies and technical-economic analysis for the building rehabilitation project Master the principles of intervention and current solutions for the rehabilitation of the built heritage.
Master the survey, evaluation criteria, inspection methodology and diagnosis of building anomalies.
Syllabus 1) Introduction: Heritage Recovery – why?
2) Principles of intervention in the rehabilitation of built heritage
3) Methods of survey, inspection and diagnosis.
4) Identification and analysis of pathologies in construction
5) Materials and technologies in the rehabilitation of built heritage
6) Case studies: Protection of built heritage and planning
urban
Main Bibliography Appleton, J.( 2003) Reabilitação de Edifícios Antigos – Patologias e Tecnologias de Intervenção, Amadora, Edições Orion.
Cabrita, A. R. et. al. (1993) Manual de Apoio à Reabilitação do Edifícios do Bairro Alto. Lx., CML, LNEC.
Cóias, V.(2009) Inspecções e Ensaios na Reabilitação de Edifícios, 2ª ed., Lx., IST PRESS.
Choay, F. (1999) A Alegoria do Património, Lx., Edições 70.
Jorge, V.F. (2005) Cultura e Património, Lx., Edições Colibri.
Oliveira, M. M de (2008) A documentação como ferramenta de preservação da memória, Brasília, DF: IPHAN/Programa Monumenta.
Tomé, M. (2002) Património e restauro em Portugal (1920 – 1995), Porto, FAUP publicações.
Warren, J. et. al. editors (1998) Context : new buildings in historic settings, Oxford, Butterworth-Heinemann.
Wlodarczyk, A. (2009) The adaptive re-use and re-integration of urban industrial areas – case studies in Covilhã(P), Zürich (CH) and Berlin (D), Berlin, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Berlin.
Teaching Methodologies and Assessment Criteria Classes are organized into three main areas: exhibition/discussion of contents, monitoring of the work and public presentation of the same.
Assessment:
a) Content assessment article / knowledge assessment test (individual), 50%;
c) Theoretical-critical group work aimed at a theme included in the curricular unit's program (the theme, structure, specific bibliography and development are obligatorily accompanied by the teacher), 40%,
d) Attendance and participation, 10%.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2022-01-31

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