Wrocław, Poland

Adaptation of Historic Interiors to the New Function, With Elements of Photogrammetry and Design Thinking

blended course
when 4 July 2022 - 28 July 2022
language English
duration 4 weeks
credits 4 EC

The purpose of this course is to familiarize students with issues around an adaptation of historical interiors to modern requirements. The course consists of two parts: short theoretical introduction and a practical part, which will include students developing and delivering a project. The course will start from presentation of rules in conservatory practice and theory of conservation. Some of the best projects’ examples will also be given. During the practical part of the course, students will learn about modern methods of surveying the architectural condition of historical interiors (photogrammetry and VR model preparations basics). Modern technologies used in designing objects/facilities and services (Design Thinking) will be covered too. Additionally, students will learn how to correctly conduct assessment and exposition of the monument’s preserved fixtures, as well as what to consider when assigning a new usage to a historical interior so its unique features are not lost.

Course leader

Wrocław University of Science and Technology

Fee info

EUR 0: free of charge


Scholarships available