Historic Preservation Theory and Practice Spring 2013

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Historic Preservation Theory and Practice Spring 2013
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Professor(s)
Department
Architectural Technology
Course Code
ARCH 3640
Semester / Year
Spring 2013
Course Description

A broad introduction to the history, theory, and practice of historic preservation. This course will encourage understanding and critical thought about the principles and assumptions underlying the practice of historic preservation, including preservation law, preservation planning, adaptive use, design issues, and public history.

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Controversy ( bedstuy expansion)

After our class discussion I did a little more research about the bedstuy historic district expansion and I remained neutral int t. But over the weekend something dawned. I went to my old neighborhood to visit some family and the place […] See MoreControversy ( bedstuy expansion)

Historic Properties Fund

The Historic Properties Fund is one of the largest and oldest revolving loan funds for preservation in the country. Their loans have helped restore more than 200 buildings throughout the five boroughs from Brooklyn brownstones, to Harlem […] See MoreHistoric Properties Fund

Week 1 ( Understanding of historc preservation) Evgueni Sosa

When asked what my understanding of historic preservation is, at first I might be tempted to say it is merely to distinguish significant changes in practices in the architectural and construction field. A selection of works that have […] See MoreWeek 1 ( Understanding of historc preservation) Evgueni Sosa

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