Time honored :a global view of architectural conservation : parameters, theory, & evolution of an ethos /John H. Stubbs ; foreword by Bernard M. Feilden ; with a contribution of images from the photo archive of the World Monuments Fund.

Collection Type

  • Books and periodicals

GUSN

GUSN-244031

Description

xiii, 434 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.

Details

Descriptive Terms

Architecture Conservation and restoration.
Historic preservation Philosophy.
Kulturerbe.
Denkmalpflege.
Konservierung.
Baudenkmal.
Architektur.

Originator

Stubbs, John H.
World Monuments Fund (New York, N.Y.)

Contents

Conserving history in changing contexts -- Introduction -- What is architectural conservation? -- What do we conserve? -- Why conserve buildings and sites? -- Who owns the past? -- History, historiography, and architectural conservation -- Problems, principles, and process -- Perils to built heritage -- Options for involvement -- Principles, charters, and ethics -- The conservation process -- Participants in architectural conservation -- Conservation of the built environment: an enduring concern -- Prehistory through the fourteenth century -- Fifteenth through the eighteenth centuries -- The forging of a discipline: the late eighteenth to early twentieth centuries -- Contemporary architectural conservation practice -- International activities and cooperation -- A multidimensional field for the twenty-first century -- A summary global tour of contemporary practice: challenges and solutions -- The past in the future.

Publication

Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons

Description

xiii, 434 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.

Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [405]-416) and index.
Complimentary copy, 2009.

ISBN

9780470260494 (cloth)
0470260491 (cloth)

Call Number

Stacks NA105.S79 2009