SARC 354

Interior Heritage Conservation

Introduction to interior heritage conservation with emphasis on New Zealand's interior heritage. Course discusses principles and issues regarding the preservation and adaptive reuse of interior environments. Attention is given to establishing methods of assessment, interpretation, management and documentation of culturally significant interior environments, both old and new.

Taught by the School of Architecture, part of the Faculty of Architecture & Design

15 points

Prerequisites
30 pts 200-level ARCI/INTA/LAND/SARC;
Corequisites
None
Restrictions
SARC 454

Tuition fees

Domestic
$886.80
International
$3684.75

Assessment

Project One 30%, Project Two 70%

Course outline 2013  (PDF Icon 785 KB). All PDF documents require Acrobat Reader.

Course outline 2012  (PDF Icon 947 KB). All PDF documents require Acrobat Reader.

CRN 18302

Trimester 1

Teaching dates 2nd March 2015 - 1st July 2015

A full timetable for this course is not currently available. Please contact the School of Architecture for more information, or check back later.

This course is taught at the Te Aro campus.