Universitat Internacional de Catalunya

Theory and Practice in the Restoration of Architectural Heritage

Theory and Practice in the Restoration of Architectural Heritage
3
12354
4
Second semester
op
Main language of instruction: Spanish

Other languages of instruction: Catalan, English,

Teaching staff


For any question you can contact the professors:

Prof. Dr. Josep Lluis i Ginovart - jlluis@uic.es

Introduction

The subject consists of:

- Introduce the basic knowledge to begin in the reading
- General knowledge of the constructive techniques of existing buildings
- Learn a methodology for diagnosing and analyzing the state of service of a building
- Constructive evaluation of a building, and its pathologies
- Criteries of repair and intervention on existing pathologies in buildings

Objectives

- Define Heritage and intervention in the Architectural Heritage

- Analyze the evolution of the protection and intervention of the Monumental Heritage

- Understand the current Normative scope of the protection of the Architectural Heritage

- Appreciate historical buildings: Arches, vaults, domes

- Analyze and diagnose a building as a heritage element

- Apply the methodologies for the evaluation of a building in the restoration interventions to Heritage

Competencies

  • 34-T - Ability to design, practice and develop basic and execution projects, sketches and blueprints.
  • 35-T - Ability to conceive, put into practice and develop urban projects
  • 40 - Ability to express architectural criticism.
  • 48 - To acquire adequate knowledge of the general theories of form, composition and architectural typologies
  • 49 - To acquire adequate knowledge of the history of architecture.
  • 51 - To acquire adequate knowledge of the study methods of social needs, quality of life, habitability and basic housing programmes
  • 53 - To acquire adequate knowledge of architectural, urban development and landscaping traditions of Western culture, as well as their technical, climate, economic, social and ideological foundations
  • 54 - To acquire adequate knowledge of the aesthetics, theory and history of Fine Arts and Applied Arts.
  • 55 - To acquire adequate knowledge of the relationship between cultural patterns and the social responsibilities of the architect
  • 56 - To acquire adequate knowledge of the principles of vernacular architecture
  • 57 - To acquire adequate knowledge of urban sociology, theory, economy and history.

Syllabus

1. Theory of architectural heritage
1.1 Definition of Heritage
1.2 Definition of Restoration Intervention

2. The protection of the heritage built in Spain and Catalonia
2.1 Protection and Legislation of the Heritage in Spain
2.2 Protection and Legislation of the Heritage in Catalonia

3. The execution of the restoration in Spain and Catalonia
3.1 Restoration in Spain (1300-1900)
3.2 Restoration in Spain (1900-1975)
3.3 Restoration in Spain (1975-2010)
3.4 Restoration in Catalonia (1300-1900)
3.5 Restoration in Catalonia (1900-1975)
3.6 Restoration in Catalonia (1975-2010)

Teaching and learning activities

In person



- Introductory activities: presentation of the course

- Presentations / exhibitions: presentation of the course syllabus

- Works: construction methods research work

- Laboratory practices: works on an existing building

TRAINING ACTIVITYCOMPETENCESECTS CREDITS
Class exhibition
Class participation
Individual or group study
Tutorials
Clase practice
34-T 35-T 40 48 49 50 51 53 54 55 56 57 3

Evaluation systems and criteria

In person



Evaluation: The evaluation scheme that will be used during the course will use the evaluation criteria continued throughout the semester. The system is based on evaluating the course work that corresponds to 80% of the qualification, and the objective tests with short questions, which equivalent to 20% by means of a final test.

Bibliography and resources

Bibliography

* Bonelli, Roberto. (1995). Scritti sul restauro e sulla critica architettonica, Scuola di specializzazione per lo studio ed il restauro dei monumenti, Università degli studi di Roma

“La Sapienza”. Roma: Bonsignori

* Brandi, Cesare. (1963). Teoria del restauro Roma: Edizioni di storia e letteratura. Teoría de la restauración. Madrid: Alianza (1988).

* Carbonara, G. (1997). Avvicinamento al restauro. Teoria, storia, monumenti. Napoli: Liguori.

* Carbonara, G. (1996). Trattato di restauro architettonico. (4vol.) Torino: UTET.
* Dezzi Bardeschi, M. (1991). Restauro: punto e da capo. Frammenti per una (impossibile) teoria, a cura di V. Locatelli. Milano: Angeli.

* Giovannoni, G. (1913). Restauri di monumenti. La tutela delle opere d’arte in Italia, Atti del I Convegno degli Ispettori Onorari dei Monumenti e Scavi, Roma 22-25 ottobre 1912. Bollettino d’Arte del Ministero della Pubblica Istruzione, n. 1, 1913, pp. 1-42.

* Marconi, P. (1984). Arte e cultura della manutenzione dei monumenti. Roma-Bari: Laterza.

* Philippot, P. (1998). Saggi sul restauro e dintorni. Antologia, Fancelli, P. (ed). Scuola di specializzazione per lo studio ed il restauro dei monumenti, Università degli studi di Roma “La Sapienza”. Roma: Bonsignori.

Complementary Bibliography:

* Casiello, S. (1996). La cultura del restauro. Teorie e fondatori. Venezia: Marsilio. (3ª ed. 2005, Venezia: Marsilio)

* Casiello, S. (2000). Restauro dalla teoria alla prassi. Napoli: Electa Napoli 2000.

* Ceschi, Carlo. (1970). Teoria e storia del restauro. Roma: Mario Bulzoni Editore.

* González-Varas, Ignacio (1999). Conservación de bienes culturales. Teoría, historia, principios y normas. Madrid: Cátedra.

* González, A., Lacuesta, R. (1984). 1380-1980. Sis segles de protecció del patrimoni arquitectònic a Catalunya. Barcelona: Diputació de Barcelona. 

* González, Antonio (1999). La restauració objectiva. Mètode SCCM de restauració monumental. Memòria SPAL 1993-1998. Barcelona: Diputació de Barcelona.

* Jokiletho, Jukka (1999). A History of Architectural Conservation. Oxford: Butterworth Heinemann, ICCROM

* Macarrón, A. M. (1995). Historia de la Conservación y la Restauración. Madrid: Tecnos.

* Martinez Justicia, María José (et al). (2009). Historia y teoría de la conservación y la restauración artística. Madrid: Tecnos

* Miarelli Mariani, G. (1979) Monumenti nel tempo. Per una storia del restauro in Abruzzo e nel Molise. Roma: Carucci.

* Rivera Blanco, J. J. (1997). Restauración arquitectónica desde los orígenes hasta nuestros días. Conceptos, teoría e historia. En Teoría e Historia de la restauración, Máster de Restauración y Rehabilitación del Patrimonio, pp. 101-170. Madrid: Universidad de Alcalá.

* Rivera Blanco, J. J. (2008). De varia restauratione: teoría e historia de la restauración arquitectónica. Madrid: Abada. 

* Navascués Palacio, P. (1987). La restauración monumental como proceso histórico: el caso español, 1800-1950. Curso de Mecánica y Tecnología en los edificios antiguos. Madrid: Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid.

 

Basic electronic resources

https://www.codigotecnico.org/

http://www.asefa.es/

https://www.ge-iic.com/

https://www.hispalyt.es/

https://www.mviv.es/es/

https://www.itec.es/

https://www.normativaconstruccion.cype.info/EH.html

https://www.rehabimed.net

https://www.oa.upm.es/cgi/search/simple