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Ohranjanje stavbne dediščine - prispevek k razumevanju metodološkega pristopa : diplomska naloga
Theuerschuh, Jurij (Author), Žarnić, Roko (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Vodopivec, Barbara (Co-mentor), Logar, Janko (Thesis defence commission member), Bosiljkov, Vlatko (Thesis defence commission member)

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Abstract
V diplomski nalogi je obravnavano področje obnove stavbne dediščine. Predstavljen je razvoj konservatorstva od začetkov do sodobnih mednarodnih listin in konvencij ter izdelan pregled zakonodaje in ureditve varstva nepremične dediščine za izbrane evropske države. Predstavljena je teorija konservatorstva in opisana metodologija konservatorskih postopkov s poudarkom na postopku vrednotenja. Opisane so nekatere metode določitve stanja ohranjenosti stavbe. Predstavljen je projekt EU-CHIC - Evropska izkaznica kulturne dediščine in dejavniki tveganja, ki jim je izpostavljena stavbna dediščina, definirani v tem projektu. V nadaljevanju so vsi dejavniki – okoljski in antropogeno-družbeni – opisani in ponazorjeni s primeri. Potrebe običajno presegajo razpoložljiva sredstva za obnovo, zato je potrebno določiti stavbe, ki so do njih najbolj upravičene. Uporabljena je večkriterijska metoda za določitev prioritet obnove stavbne dediščine in izvedena raziskava med študenti izbranih študijskih smeri. Z raziskavo je bila določena relativna medsebojna pomembnost kriterijev, s katerimi je stavbna dediščina vrednotena. Dobljeni rezultati so primerjani s predhodnimi.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:gradbeništvo, diplomska naloga, UNI, stavbna dediščina, konservatorstvo, prioritete obnove, preiskave stavb, dejavniki tveganja, stanje ohranjenosti, propadanje materialov, EU-CHIC
Work type:Undergraduate thesis (m5)
Tipology:2.11 - Undergraduate Thesis
Organization:FGG - Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering
Year:2014
Publisher:J. Theuerschuh
Number of pages:XVI, 149 str., 2 pril.
Place:Ljubljana
UDC:699.8:721-049.35(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:6666081 Link is opened in a new window
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Built heritage preservation - a contribution to understanding of methodology
Abstract:
The graduation thesis deals with the renovation of architectural heritage. History of conservation from its beginnings to modern international charters and conventions is presented. An overview of legislation and regulation regarding built heritage preservation in selected European countries is made. The thesis then presents the conservation theory and describes the methodology of conservation treatment with an emphasis on the values assessment procedures. Selected methods for the evaluation of the state of conservation of buildings are described. EU-CHIC – European Cultural Heritage Identity Card project is presented, including the risks to architectural heritage, defined by this project. All environmental and anthropogenic-social risks are described and illustrated with examples. Costs of renovation usually exceed available funding, therefore eligible buildings must be selected and ranked by priority. A multicriteria method for the assessment of architectural heritage is used and a research undertaken amongst students in relevant study fields to determine the relative importance of individual criteria, used for evaluation of architectural heritage values. The obtained results are compared to previous ones.

Keywords:architectural heritage, conservation, renovation priorities, building survey, risk factors, state of conservation, material deterioration, EU-CHIC

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