Premier Colloque sur l'etude de la conservation, de la restauration et de la reanimation des ensembles historiques / First Conference on the conservation, restoration and revival of areas and groups of buildings of historic interest

 

 

(ICOMOS, Caceres, Espagne/Spain
15-19 Mars 1967)

 

(100 pages)

(out of stock/épuisé/agotado)


Table des Matieres

- Introduction, par Piero Gazzola.

- Rapport Introductif, par François Sorlin.

- L'inventaire en vue de la réanimation des centres historiques, par Dobroslav Libal.

- Dangers qui menacent les ensembles

- En Amérique, par Carl Feiss.

- Les pays de l'Est Européen, par Jan Zachwatowicz.

- Au Japan, par Masuru Sekino.


- Remèdes légaux économiques, et fiscaux en Europe occidentale, par Bruce Watkin.

- Remèdes techniques

- L'urbanisme et la sauvegarde et réanimation des centres historiques, par Waclaw Ostrowski.

- La conservation et la réanimation, par Gabriel Alomar.


- Compte-rendu des travaux

- Recommandations et résolutions

- Programme du colloque

- Liste des participants

 

Summary

- Introduction, by Piero Gazzola.

- Introductory report, by François Sorlin.

- Inventory with regard to reanimation , by Dobroslav Libal.

- Dangers which threaten the historic ensembles

- In The Americas, by Carl Feiss.

- In Eastern Europe, by Jan Zachwatowicz.

- In Japan, by Masuru Sekino.


- Legal, fiscal and economic remedies in Western Europe, by Bruce Watkin.

- Technical problems

- Town-planning and the protection and revival of historic ensembles, by Waclaw Ostrowski.

- Protection and revival of historic ensembles, by Gabriel Alomar.


- Report of the discussions

- Recommendations and resolutions

- Programme of the conference

- List of participants

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