Architectural conservation provides a number of relevant methods and approaches toward the area of architectural cultural heritage. Here we explore how architectural conservation’s wealth of knowledge, tools, and methods of analysis contribute to building a society using new approaches and insights that more fully integrate humanistic and idealist principles.
Building a society with reduced climate impact is one of the greatest challenges of our time. We try to understand the complexity of the problem with new tools and approaches. Through intangible and material values, culture and heritage produce associations and tell stories about who we are, where we come from, and how we live.
Architectural conservation’s long-term perspective and focus on preserving, cultivating and usability provide knowledge about how we influence the future with our building traditions. We analyze architectural conservation the structure of society from different perspectives.
Second cycle, 60 credits, 100%
Course coordinator: Cecilia Sagrén
Starts: September 1, 2020
Ends: June 6, 2021
Master’s degree in architecture or related field, and relevant professional experience
Prior learning gained through other relevant education and professional experience.
Letter of motivation, CV, portfolio with work samples, and potential interview.
The last registration date was May 5, 2020.