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Patrimony Recuperation and Urban Requalification

Code 10963
Year 2
Semester S2
ECTS Credits 6
Workload PL(30H)/TP(30H)
Scientific area Arquitetura
Entry requirements no requirements needed
Mode of delivery face to face
Work placements not applicable
Learning outcomes This CU pretends to give the general outlines of conservation and restauration
as well as the contence of international charts,
the importance of the architectural heritage in urban planning.
An introduction to the survey techniques an avaluation criteria.
and basis of intervening in buildings.
Finishing this CU the student will be able to know the general outlines of conservation and restauration and the contence of international charts
Comprehend the importance of the architectural heritage in urban planning.
Dominating the basics of survey techniques, avaluation criteria of cultural heritage
Syllabus 1. Conservation of Cultural and Architectonical Heritage - WHY? ;
2. Conservation and restoring in passed times;
3. Survey and avaluation of buildings;
4. Actual basics of conservations;
5. International Charts;
6. Portuguese Legislation;
7. Architectural heritage and urban planning;
8. Case studies
Main Bibliography 1.)
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 The weekly classes are composed of two theoretical lessons / practices and two practical sessions / laboratory. Related to the average the number of students enrolled, the practical sessions / laboratory will be divided in working groups. The theoretical lessons and practices intended to submit the matter of programmatic and related problems by teaching, mentoring and monitoring of the individual or in groups of tree or four members on the topics discussed and observed in situ during lectures / laboratory and discussion preliminary results. The assessment consists of two elements: the written report of research or a preliminary draft of the recovery of a building or neighbourhood, about 20 pages ( 40%) and an oral presentation with PowerPoint (40%) slides of the results, and 20% for participation in classes.
Language Portuguese. Tutorial support is available in English.
Last updated on: 2020-07-05

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