Learning from INTBAU Italia Summer School 'Cultural Landscape and Heritage Skills'.
Meagher, Rhiannon Churchward, Thomas Kerby) and Bachelor of Architectural Studies (Angel Leung-Wo, Tarunpal Singh Taak, Young Kyung Kim), headed by Dr Renata Jadresin Milic, Senior Lecturer in Architecture, attended and performed successfully the International architectural programme 'Cultural Landscape and Heritage Skills', organised in Italy - Lizori (Lizori, Campello sui Clitunno) from 20 - 28 June 2018 by INTBAU Italia (International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism). The programme is recognised as a major event for the European Year of Cultural Heritage in 2018.
The Unitec students were taught by leading academics and practitioners in Italy from renowned Italian universities Politecnico di Milano, Università degli Studi di Perugia, and Università degli Studi dell'Aquila. Practical and theoretical modules provided both taught and hands-on experience, with many opportunities for discussion, debate, and learning. The students received tuition in measured and freehand drawing, digital heritage skills, three-dimensional modelling, computer graphics, and cultural heritage communication. They had field and software training of 3D laser scanning – point clouds, Photogrammetry and B.I.M. technology. The students will share their experience with the audience during this lecture.
Venue: Building 1, Room 2075 (Lecture Theatre 1, level 2), Unitec Institute of Technology, Entry 1, Carrington Rd, Mt Albert.
CPD: NZILA CPD 0.5 points (category 3d). NZRAB CPD 10 pts (register to sign at seminar). ADNZ CPD 2 points. For further seminar information or to join our Scala mailing list. Work Experience points available for attending BLA students (10).
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