Professional and long-lasting preservation of historic architecture is becoming an increasingly important and challenging aspect in the building industry as well as for specialized conceptual craftsmanship. In order to meet these challenges facing architectural heritage preservation, the building industry and property developers alike, sensitivity for the different materials used in historic architecture needs to be developed; one needs to understand where and under what circumstances they can be successfully used, and know the techniques to successfully apply under today’s circumstances and – not least – how to unite the work rendered by various technical crews on site.

Target group

People with good artisanal skills and a keen interest in design and workmanship in the field of traditional building and decor materials, including features important in outside areas and cultural landscapes; professionals working in conservation, renovation or completing existing structures, architecturally integrated art as well as cultural heritage set in cultural landscapes; people with proven artisan skills in practically applying creative design; building contractors, project sponsors, project managers interested in context-appropriate project design; people experienced in dealing with cultural landscapes; people with a strong penchant for creative-practical work in the context of the respective historic-cultural background.

Course option
Master of Science
Admission requirements
Study or an equivalent qualification according to regulations
Learning format
Duration
5 Semester, part time
ETCS-Points
90
Course fee
EUR 14.500,--
Start
Winter semester 2021/22
Language
German
Regulation (Curriculum)
Study location
Danube University Krems
Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Straße 30
3500 Krems
Austria

Marktgemeinde Schlanders/Land Südtirol
Hauptstraße 120
39028 Schlanders
Italy
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