|Class Title||Modern Matters - Conservation of the Recent Past|
Michigan hosts significant examples of modern architecture including work by Eliel & Eero Saarinen, Ludwig Mies van de Rohe, Marcel Bruer,
Minoru Yamasaki and others. This course will closely examine one example of modern architecture over the course of the semester through
classroom lectures, archival research, on site digital recording, data interpretation, and completion of a conservation document.
Students will gain valuable skills through research of primary and secondary sources from archival resources, as well as training in the operation
of photogrammetry and rectified photography recording methods. This course is intended to provide students with fundamental tools for the
responsible conservation of modern architectural heritage.
|Prereq||none entered yet|
|Meets||Thursdays 9:00am-12:00pm 1227 A&AB|
|Faculty||Gregory J. Saldaña|