OA07RGN - Revitalization of Architectural Heritage

Course specification
Type of study Bachelor academic studies
Study programme
Course title Revitalization of Architectural Heritage
Acronym Status Semester Number of classes ECTS
OA07RGN mandatory 7 1L + 3E 5.0
Lecturer/Associate (practicals)
Prerequisite Form of prerequisites
History of architecture and settlements 1, History of architecture and settlements 2 and History of architecture and settlements 3, Protection of architectural heritage Completed pre-examination obligations
Learning objectives
The course program includes matter in the field of revitalization of architectural heritage of importance for education of architects. Introduction students to the basic principles and methodology of revitalization, as well asproblems of technical protection, revitalization, modern construction in historical environments. It should contribute to the basic education of students in this field, necessary for solving project tasks in protected areas.
Learning outcomes
Acquired basic knowledge about the principles of revitalization of architectural heritage, problems of technical protection and modern construction in historical environments. Students are trained to solve project tasks in protected historical areas.
Introductory lecture, Condition of cultural monuments, problems and methods of protection. Basic technical principles protection. Technical protection of cultural goods - methods. Preservation of individual buildings and their protection. Folk architecture, preservation and protection. Integrative protection. Architectural heritage and architectural creators. Revitalization of historic buildings. Possibilities of modern use of historical buildings. Restoration strategy and place of cultural heritage inspatial and urban plans. Protection and restoration of historic urban areas. Urban renewal of cities in the past and attitude towards heritage. Analysis of characteristic examples of valorization and protection of historical urban units in our country and the world. Management of historic cities.
Teaching Methods
Classes take place through interactive lectures, fieldwork, active participation in exercises results in the production of graphic works, independent analysis of relevant literature and verbal presentation of graphic works
  1. Neškovic, J, Revitalization of Architectural Heritage, Belgrade, 1985.
  2. Jokileto Y, A History of Architectural Conservation, Oxford 1999. (Original title)
  3. Vučenović S, Architectural and urban conservation, Belgrade 2003.
Evaluation and grading
Course attendance Activity Colloquium / exam Graphic works
Specific remarks