History, Folklore & Natural History     Museum  in the Prefecture of Kozani        
Lab. Architectural Design and Research III,  Morphology and Rhythmology    
The Laboratory of Architecture Design and Research III, Theory of Forms and Preservation Studies of the Department of Architecture Engineering, Democritus University of Thrace and The Association of Arts and Letters  History, Folklore & Natural History Museum  of Kozani, Are organizing the :

       "6th Workshop in Theoretical & Practical Methodology in the    

Conservation of Historic Traditional Architectural Buildings" 

at 'Mastorochoria', in the Prefecture of Kozani. 

                The workshop will be hosted in the village of Pentalofo during the period of 

                                20 - 28 of July 2015.

Addresses to: Young  Architects, Civil Engineers, Surveyors Engineers, Archaeologists, Conservators in Antiquities and works of Art, and undergraduate and postgraduate students in these schools.
The Topics of the Workshop: The first rescue measures, restoration of wood and stone construction, maintenance of raw-bricks-baked-bricks, traditional bricks and mortar, grout, etc. You'll also held lectures related to the historical monuments of the region as the stone bridges, the case study : Τhe  movement of the 'Monastery  Panagia Tornikiou in the Prefecture of Grevena and educational visits to Siatista, Eratyra in Monasteries and other traditional villages in the area.
Participants will attend lectures on the restorations by specialized professors, as well as, gain experience through direct contact with the buildings and its individual architectural members (masonry, mortar, roof, etc.) under restoration. The lectures and restoration works will be carried out by the professors from the Democritus University of Thrace, (DUTH) the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH), the National Technical University (NTUA) and the  University of Patras in collaboration with specialized workers.
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