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Special Topics on Recording and Documenting Buildings and Sites (APH 550)

Ayios Ioannis Church & Ayios Antonios Church

The course provides fundamental and specialized knowledge of recording and documenting buildings and building sites through the use of traditional/conventional and contemporary digital methods. It introduces technologies that address issues of spatial organization, morphology and construction of buildings and building sites as well as their 3D scanning, 3D representation and documentation in the digital environment. It also addresses the recording and analysis of comfort conditions and energy efficiency of buildings and the recording of external environmental data. Among others, it addresses the recording of operational characteristics and / or specific comfort requirements of the buildings in question and includes the quantitative recording and analysis of parameters for determining thermal and visual comfort conditions.

In the framework of this course lectures, site visits and field work, as well as implementation and presentation of projects prepared by students are carried out.

Author: Theodora Hadjipetrou
Researcher, University of Cyprus

University/Study Programme: University of Cyprus / Faculty of Architecture / Interdepartmental graduate program “Conservation and Restoration of Historic Buildings and Sites”

 

Course: SPECIAL TOPICS ON RECORDING AND DOCUMENTING BUILDINGS AND SITES (ΑΡΗ 550: Ειδικά Θέματα Καταγραφής και Τεκμηρίωσης Κτηρίων και Συνόλων)

 

Mentorship:

Maria Philokyprou, Associate Professor, Department of Architecture, University of Cyprus

Aimilios Michael, Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, University of Cyprus

Odysseas Kontovourkis, Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture, University of Cyprus

Giorgos Tryfonos

 

Students: Maria Solomou, Theodora Hadjipetrou, Natasa Kotsoni, Mikaella Kounnapi, Malvina Yiapa, Stelios Hadjisotiriou, Marios Georgiou, Kostas Gavalis

 

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