THE STAKEOUT IN CULTURAL INTEREST BUILDINGS AS A FORMATION TECHNIQUE OF THE REVERSE ARCHITECTURE
Universitat Jaume I (SPAIN)
About this paper:
Appears in: INTED2014 Proceedings
Publication year: 2014
Conference name: 8th International Technology, Education and Development Conference
Dates: 10-12 March, 2014
Location: Valencia, Spain
Abstract:In the Technical Architecture Degree (TAD), at Universitat Jaume I (UJI) we have developed a Monitored Project (MP) during each one of the different courses along the degree. In this MP the majority of the subjects of each course take part on it, and the different teachers have to coordinate between them to carry out it. The topic of the MP is the study of certain buildings of cultural interest. To develop it the students have to form teams between three and four members which have to work together in the different parts of the MP.
The subject of Topography and Stakeout Applied to Architectural Constructions (TSAAC) is taught in the second course of the TAD. In this subject we have contributed to it by the process of the Reverse Architecture of the buildings studied through further topographical uprisings and stakeouts, following consultation of historical documents and bibliography. This will contribute to educating future technicians in Heritage respect.
The main objectives of TSAAC subject within the MP are:
- To highlight the educational commitment to the university students like as guarantors of the Heritage.
- Raising awareness on the importance of the study of Documentary and Bibliographic Heritage.
- To teach how to model, to stake and ultimately reconstruct buildings of cultural interest.
- Give to know the process of Reverse Architecture.
- To value the importance of educating the future construction professionals in Heritage knowledge and respect.
In this communication we will develop this objectives and the implementing method of them into the MP.
Keywords: Topography, Heritage, Training, Reverse Architecture.