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Welcome to MARC2006


Third International Course on the Conservation of Modern Architecture
Suburban Developments of the Recent Past:

Visions – Realities – Futures

Course Aim

The international MARC2006 course will concentrate on the conservation problems of everyday suburbs built in the 1960s and 1970s, including technical, landscape, and social aspects.

Course learning objectives

At the conclusion of the course, participants will be able to
  • Identify values
  • Recognise and evaluate ideas and contexts
  • Understand problems and solutions related to the urban, architectural, technical, material, and structural aspects of industrialised suburban housing developments of the recent past
  • Better understand the essential elements of the decision-making process for conservation
  • Develop arguments for the conservation of the modern built heritage, including the means to communicate them.
Course Methodology

The course is an intensive programme combining theory and practice through lectures, practical fieldwork and study tours to Scandinavia and Estonia.

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