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Monitoring of Cultural Heritage Conservation

Supervisor: prof. Ing. arch. Pavel Gregor, PhD.

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Project description:The project concerned with documentation and complex evaluation of the monuments and historic areas after its conservation beyond 1989, in the context of central European region, in line with programme of European Union - Creative Europe, and Operational Guidelines for the Implementation of the World Heritage Convention (UNESCO, 2002). The researches towards the evaluation of the results of architectural heritage conservation can be valuable and beneficial only in comparing with the countries with similar political and social background (Slovakia, Hungary, Czech Republic and Poland). 25 years of political and economic changes in East-central European countries had brought the positive "drive" for the cultural heritage preservation and conservation but also the risk impact in the quality of conservation and restoration. The project builds on the current cooperation of leading scientific and educational institutions in the region (Faculty of Architecture, Faculty of Arts, national committees of ICOMOS) to take advantage of the synergy effect of their individual scientific research, exchange of experiences and the formulation of common outcomes. In praxes the Institutes for Monuments Preservation suffer from the lack of the qualitative evaluation of conserved monuments and in reality there is lack of feed back in this field (in spite of the periodical monitoring system of the world heritage sites, requested by WHC). The main aim of the project is to formulate the objective criteria for the evaluation of the results in heritage conservation in last 25 years. This kind of the scientific-researching can contribute to the scientific sphere and bring very useful feed back to the praxes in the conservation approach.
Kind of project:International Visegrad Fund - Standard grants ()
Department:Institute of History and Theory of Architecture and Monument Preservation (FA)
Project status:Not approved
Project start date :01. 09. 2016
Project close date:31. 08. 2017
Number of workers in the project:2
Number of official workers in the project:0