93gardens

 

1993

224 pages


Out of stock / Epuisé / Agotado

 

Contents

Foreword
Preface
Message
ICOMOS 
International Committee on Historic Gardens and Sites 

1. Among Asia's Earliest Surviving Gardens: the Royal and the Monastic Gardens at Sigiriya and Anuradhapura 
      Senake Bandaranayake

2. The Gardens of the Far East, the Garden of Stones and Water: the Translated Landscape of nature 
      Sue -Hee KIM

3. Islamic Gardens in Iran 
     Daneshdoust

4. Gardens of India 
      Prabhkar B. Bhagwat

5. The Origin of the Patios and Gardens of the Islamic Period in Spain and Portugal 
     Ilidio A. De Araujo

6. The History of Gardens and the Evolution of the Environment 
     Elena Micoulina

7. Bulgarian Garden Art -Past and Present 
     D. T. Sougarev

8. Landscapes and Monuments in Moscow and their Use 
     I. N. Voscresensky

9. FormaI Characteristics of the InformaI Garden 
      Sven- Ingvar Andersson

10. Beloeil 

11. The Gardens of Antonio Gaudi 
      Juan Bassegoda Nonell

12. "Lunuganga -The Story of a Garden  "
      David Robson

13. Private Gardens of London: A Victorian Garden 
      Arabella Lennox-Boyd

14. Private Gardens of London: Lut yens Revisited 
      Arabella Lennox-Boyd

15. The Conservation of English Landscape Gardens of the National Trust 
      John Sales

ICOMOS IFLA -Florence Charter -21 May 1981 

UNESCO Preservation and Restoration Projects
Master Plans:

1. Sukhothai Historical Park Development Project 
      Fine Arts Department and Ministry of Education, Govemment of Thailand

The Sukhothai Historical Park Development Project 
Present Conditions in Ancient Sukhothai 
Components of the Sukhothai Historical Park Development Project 
Project expenses 
Investment Returns 
Outline of management 

2. Shalamar Gardens 
     Mohammed Istiaq Khan
     
Department of Archaeology, Govemment of Pakistan 1973

 

Introduction

Buildings of the garden

The Surrounding

Measures for Preservation and Restoration

Improvement of Gardens

Acquisition of Land and Illumination

Abstract of Cost. 

 

93earth

 

1993


John Warren: Vice President of the ICOMOS Specialized Committee on Earthen Architecture


113 pages

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Contents

Foreword

Preface 

Message 

ICOMOS: International Committe on Earthen Architecture

in english
en français

Introduction: Philosophical Background

Brickwork: its History, Nature and Behaviour

The Repair and Conservation of Brickwork

Renders and Materials of Fired Clay other than Brick

Construction in Earths

Repair of Earth Structures

Case Studies: seven examples


93econom


1993
117 pages
Out of stock / Epuisé / Agotado

Contents

FOREWORD
PREFACE
MESSAGE
ICOMOS International Committee on Conservation Economics 

1.0 BACKGROUND 
1.1 Origins 
1.2 Ministry Functions in Conservation. 
1.3 Ministry Objectives 
1.4 The Study Programme 
1.5 Terms of Reference for Year 1 

2.0 COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS FOR THE CULTURAL BUILT HERITAGE: THE CONCEPTUAL FOUNDATION
2.1 What is the Cultural Built Heritage? 
2.2 What is Cost Benefit Analysis? 
2.3 Conservation and Renewal of the Cultural Built Heritage 

3.0 THE BENEFITS OF CONSERVATION OF THE CULTURAL
BUILT HERITAGE 

3.1 The Growing Awareness 
3.2 Primary Economic Benefits 
3.3 Secondary Benefits 
3.4 Distribution Effects
3.5 Summary of Conservation Benefits 

4.0 COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS AS FAMILY OF METHODS 
4.1 Incidence of Costs and Benefits of Conservation. 
4.2 Role of Impact Assessment in Cost Benefit Analysis 
4.3 TheFamily of CBA Methods 
4.4 Value Content of Method 

5.0 FlNANCIAL ANALYSIS 
5.1 General
5.2 The Residual Method of Land Valuations 
5.3 Social Financial Analysis 

6.0 COST REVENUE ANALYSIS 
6.1 General 
6.2 Social Cost Revenue Analysis in Conservation 

 

7. 0 COST BENEFIT ANALYSIS
7. 1 Ex Ante Analysis
7. 2 Ex Post Analysis 

8.0 COMMUNITY IMPACT EVALUATION
8. 1 The Need to Widen Out From Traditional CBA
8. 2 Widening Out Into Community Impact Evaluation
8. 3 Some Features of CIE
8.4 Concepts of Efficiency, Equity and Trade Off in Community Impact Evaluation 
8.5 The Principle of Nesting 
8.6 An Illustration: Chinatown in Centra1 London{16} 
Annexe 1: Chinatown: Working Paper No.3(contents only) 

9.0 MEASUREMENT OF COSTS IN CONSERVATION 
9.1 Financial Cost Compared with Economic Cost 
9.2 How to Assess the True Cost of Conservation 

10.0 MEASUREMENT OF BENEFITS IN CBA AND CBH 
10.1 Diverse Origins and Principles behind Measurement 
10.2 Micro-economic Theory in Cost Benefit Analysis 
10.3 The Consumer Demand Curve 

10.3.1 General 
10.3.2 Consumer Surplus. 
10.3.3 Clawson-Knetsch Demand Curves{2} 
10.3.4 Some Italian Experience 
10.4 Economic Impact Analysis: The Multiplier 
10.5 Value to the Community 
10.6 Multi-dimensional Values 
10.7 A Typology of Measurement 
10.8 Scales of Measurement 

REFERENCES 

BIBLIOGRAPHY 

 

93photogr

 

1993

189 pages


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Contents

Foreword
Preface
Message
ICOMOS International Comrnittee on Architectural Photogramrnetry

CIPA Members. Membres du CIPA

I. The Architectural Photogrammetry at ICOMOS.
La photogrammétrie architecturale à l'ICOMOS
1. 25 années de "photogrammétrie architecturale" à l'ICOMOS

II. Optimum Practice in Architectural Photogrammetry Surveys.
Optimisation des relevés photogrammétriques d'architecture
1. Advice and suggestions for the furtherance of optimum practice in architectural photogrammetry surveys.

III. Doctrine of Conservation and Photogrammetry.
Photogrammétrie et doctrine de la conservation
1. Les méthodes photogrammétriques de relevé architectural et la doctrine de la Charte de Venise.
The use of Photogrammetry for Architectural Surveys and the Doctrine laid in the Venise Charter.
2. Adéquation des Méthodes photogrammétriques à la doctrine de la Charte Internationale pour la sauvegarde des villes historiques.
3. Apport de la photogrammétrie à la sauvegarde et à la reconstruction des centres historiques endommagés par les séismes.
4. Archives photogrammétriques des monuments et des sites. Quelques recommandations du CIPA sur la gestion de ces archives.

IV. Photogrammetry and Architectural Representation Procedures.
Photogrammétrie et représentation de l'architecture
1. Photogrammétrie et théorie de la représentation en Architecture.
M Docci et R. Migliari
2. La representación de la Arquitectura a través de la Fotogrametría. Posibilidades y limitaciones.
A. Almagro
3. Expériences de relèvements photogrammétriques et de représentation de monuments architecturaux.
M Fondelli et L. Ippolito

V. Structural and Stability Analysis of Monuments by Photogrammetry
Rôle de la photogrammétrie dans les études de structure et de la stabilité des monuments
1. Apport de la métrologie photogrammétrique dans l'analyse géométrique et pathologique des structures anciennes.
M Carbonnell

VI. Contribution of the Uptodate Photogrammetric Methods
Apport des méthodes photogrammétriques modernes
1. Applications architecturales des méthodes numériques et des équipements photogrammétriques modernes.
E. Vozikis
2. Report of the CIPA-Working Group: On Control Information.
P. Waldhaeusl and J. Peipe

VII. Photogrammetric Applications to Old Urban Centres
Applications de la photogrammétrie aux centres urbains anciens
1. Photogrammetric Methods to Answer Problems in the Field of Maya
Research.
R. Kostka
2. Pour une nouvelle technologie photogrammétrique: les 4 dimensions
de l'architecture.
J.-P. Saint-Aubin
3. Développement des applications de la photogrammétrie aux centres historiques: du plan urbain aux images de synthèse.
M Carbonnell

CIPA Publications.Publications du CIPA
ICOMOS Recommendations on Architectural Photogrammetry

Résolutions de l'ICOMOS sur la photogrammétrie architecturale

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The French version of the text is true to the original
La version française des articles quotés n'a été ni revue ni corrigée avant publication
Illustrations are from photocopies and photographs supplied by the authors
Les illustrations sont à partir de photocopies et photographies fournies par les auteurs

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