Transformation of Architectural Heritage in collaboration with Digital Experimentation.
Cultural Technologies is the result of a 5 day workshop with Digital Experimentation, during which participants has worked with digital processes, encompassing fully automatized translations of conventional photos of artificial landscapes to three dimensional digital models through new photogrammatic tools.
The scanned landscaped formed the basis of an inquiry of architectural adaption to challenging topographies through the development of adaptive, parametric systems.
The landscapes and parametric structures were produced through digital fabrication processes via automated nesting and laser cutting.
TUESDAY THE 6ST OF MARCH
10.15 a.m. – Laden Nord
About tectonics – introduction to materials and constructions
Associate professor, architect maa Lars Nicolai Bock
01.15 p.m. – Laden Nord
Natural stone – types, properties, use and restoration
Stone conservator Marianne Petersen, Akanthus Stenkonservering
WEDNESDAY 7TH OF MARCH
9.15 a.m. – The auditorium in Studsgade
Wood – types, properties, use and restoration
Architect maa Nik. Hyllestad
02.15 p.m. – Laden Nord
Colours – pigments and techniques
Conservator, Nynne Raunsgaard Sethia, Den Gamle By
Studio Transformation of Architectural Heritage works with the changes which are continually made within the culturally created environment. This term, they have been focusing on investigations and value proposition as a basis for the restoration and transformation of historic buildings.
The point of departure has been processes of change in the buildings of Aarhus.
Read more about Studio Transformation of Architectural Heritage here.