28jun12:30 pm1:30 pmGCHT CPD: An Introduction to Architectural ConservationAn Introduction to Architectural Conservation with Dr. Cristina Gonzalez-LongoZoom Organiser: Glasgow City Heritage Trust Event Type:Webinar & Talks,Workshop & Training
Conservation is a growing area of work within architecture. As well as creativity and design skills, it requires specialist education and training in conservation to be able to develop in practice the competences required. Architecture is by nature an interdisciplinary field and a specialisation in conservation requires further multidisciplinary knowledge and skills, as well as a collaborative and critical approach. The most difficult aspects in a conservation project are not the resolution of technical problems, but the capacity to make good judgements about the buildings and their settings and to develop a specific intervention criteria that allows to take good project decisions, based on an appropriate understanding of the philosophy of conservation and a scientific analysis of the evidence.
Join us for this CPD with Dr Cristina Gonzalez-Longo to explore the challenges of conserving built heritage, the philosophy of conservation and a look at some case studies of Dr Gonzalez-Longo’s work, highlighting the importance of history, design ideas, innovation, scientific approach and care.
Dr Cristina González-Longo is the founder and Director of the MSc in Architectural Design for the Conservation of Built Heritage at the Department of Architecture of the University of Strathclyde and the President of ICOMOS International Scientific Committee in Education and Training (CIF). She is also a Chartered Architect and RIBA Specialist Conservation Architect (SCA) with over twenty years’ experience both in the UK and Spain.
This CPD is being delivered as part of GCHT’s “THE GREENEST BUILDING HAS ALREADY BEEN BUILT” programme, in line with COP26 2021.
All GCHT CPD sessions are recognised by the IHBC, and attendees can obtain a CPD certificate upon completion.
£15 per person / £10 for students.