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Stone conservation

Stone conservation

principles and practice

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Published by Donhead in Shaftesbury .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Stone buildings -- Conservation and restoration.,
  • Building stones -- Biodegradation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Alison Henry.
    ContributionsHenry, Alison.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 340 p. :
    Number of Pages340
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20857102M
    ISBN 101873394780

      Buy Stone Conservation: An Overview of Current Research (Readings in Conservation) (Research in Conservation) 2nd Revised edition by Eric Doehne, Clifford Price (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low 5/5(1). Offers an informative overview of the research and development in stone conservation. Suitable for conservators and conservation scientists, this title reflects the explosion of research, enlarging Read more.

      Work on stone and wall paintings is often not very glamorous and the working conditions in this country are very often cold, damp and dirty. Above all, to be a conservator you must have patience Author: Liz Ford. One of the problems which beset the practical conservation of stone buildings is the fragmentation of the disciplines involved. This book, with both volumes now available as one invaluable paperback, brings these disciplines together by the involvement of contributors with different experiences and approaches to the same material.

    Winner of the RIBA Book Award, this publication brings together contributions from leading stone conservation practitioners. It discusses the philosophical principles on which stone conservation is founded and the need to understand the full history and development of a building before starting work. the review, which was subsequently published in the book Stone Conservation: An Overview of Current Research, was to inform GCI research policy in this field and to highlight areas into which Getty resources might usefully be channeled. Today, a Google search for “stoneFile Size: 1MB.


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Petra, Angkor, Copan, Venice, Lascaux, Easter Islandall are examples of irreplaceable cultural heritage built in stone and now slowly disappearing. In the Getty Conservation Institute published Stone Conservation: An Overview of Current Research as a tool for conservators and conservation scientists to guide policy, practice, and/5.

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A new book called Historic Construction and Conservation - Materials, Systems and Damage  (ISBN ) explores in its pages with more than illustrations fundamental questions of heritage buildings such as what is worth preserving, how it can be preserved and why it is important to preserve it.

The book is illustrated with the authors' own examples of stone conservation in practice. Architects, surveyors and craftsmen involved in the conservation of stone structures will find this both a practical and useful reference work. Petra, Angkor, Copan, Venice, Lascaux, Easter Island—all are examples of irreplaceable cultural heritage built in stone and now slowly disappearing.

In the Getty Conservation Institute published Stone Conservation: An Overview of Current Research as a tool for conservators and conservation scientists to guide policy, practice, and research in the preservation of stone.

Practical Building Conservation is a ten-part series that looks at the conservation of building materials and systems. It builds on our research and field experience and is aimed at those who work on or look after historic buildings: primarily architects, surveyors, engineers, conservators, contractors and conservation officers, but also owners, curators.

Building Engineer Compact and tightly-written, this book covers many aspects of stone conservation in a concise, clear manner, without being mannered or jargon-laden. The honest and open style of this volume offers sound practical advice 4/5(1).

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The International Course on Stone Conservation is a twelve-week course held biennially in Rome. The course has long served a vital educational role in the conservation profession by offering an accessible and intensive format in which to learn theoretical and practical methodologies for stone conservation.

The Practical Building Conservation series is a comprehensive and practical reference for professionals involved in repairing historic buildings. The series builds on the research and field experience of Historic England, and is aimed at those who work on or look after historic buildings: primarily architects, surveyors, engineers, conservators.

Stone Conservation: Principles and Practice. RIBA Book Awards Winner. Survey and Repair of Traditional Buildings: Hydraulic Lime Mortar: Modern Practical Masonry (Edmund George Warland) Windows: History, Repair and Conservation. Description Eric Doehne and Clifford A.

Price Petra, Angkor, Copan, Venice, Lascaux, Easter Island―all are examples of irreplaceable cultural heritage built in stone and now slowly disappearing.

In the Getty Conservation Institute published Stone Conservation: An Overview of Current Research as a tool for conserva. Written by Maxine Stone, past president of the Missouri Mycological Society and edited by Barbara Bassett, former Conservation Department naturalist, the book includes tips for finding, gathering, preparing and preserving wild mushrooms.

Conservation: cleaning and consolidation of historic, often original medieval stone, using tried and tested techniques. Training. Our apprentices learn about modern, mechanised methods of masonry, but they all start their training by working stone in .Stone Conservation: An Overview of Current Research Book   February   with  1, Reads  How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the.

Moreover, inside, the thematic set of papers on stone conservation is, somewhat inappropriately, joined by two ‘research articles’ on unrelated issues, one of which includes six pages of colour maps, in contrast to just two pages of Author: Ian Sims.