The participants will be acquainted with the basic theoretical knowledge about the adaptable reuse of historical buildings; learn the methodology of research and preparation of the documentation for such interventions. They will learn the theoretical foundations of building material recycling and its application. Course will include the knowledge about the application of 3d printing in architecture. The ultimate goal of this course is to point out the possibility of unifying the methods of sustainability, ie to point out that the adaptation of the existing architecture is possible precisely with the help of recycled material and 3d printing. Attendees will try to produce the most sustainable adaptation on the selected example with the help of the course teachers.
In case of any unpredictable occurrences (such as travel restrictions etc.) participation will be provided online via MS Teams platform.
reuse of existing/historical building
basics of conservation approach to the adaptation of historic buildings
reuse of waste material (wood waste)
design opportunities and constraints of concrete 3D printing
5 day course
Every student gets recorded education and printed materials
Introduction to the stages of preparation of documentation for the adaptation of historic buildings. The basics of conservation approach to the adaptation of historic buildings. Individual work.
Theoretical foundations of building material recycling and its application. Individual work.
The application of 3d printing in architecture. Individual work.
Unifying the methods of sustainability. Individual work.
Unifying the methods of sustainability. Project presentation.
04/09/2023 – 08/09/2023
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION
PAYMENT DUE BY
CONFIRMATION OF THE COURSE
Ph. D. Ana Šverko M.A., Assistant professor at the University of Split, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy, Department of Urban Planning, Split, Croatia / Institute of Art History – Cvito Fisković Centre Split
Leslie Lok M.A.Cornell University College of Architecture, Art, and Planning
Sasa Zivkovic M.A., Cornell University College of Architecture, Art, and Planning
Zrinka Visković M.A., Assistant at the University of Split, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy, Department of Urban Planning, Split, Croatia