Architecture and Conservation

This course aims to lead you to explore how the architectural heritage in Indonesia and some Asian cities, is thought, formed, changed, and conserved. This course has two components, namely lectures and seminars. The lecturer will present the thoughts regarding cultural heritage (tangible and intangible), architectural heritage and conservation in Indonesia. Seminars will be opportunities for you to interpret and discuss the applications of architectural conservation through writings on conservation projects in Indonesia and Asia. The module primary focus is on architectural heritage and conservation regarding theories, charters, documents and principles of conservation, scope and definitions of cultural heritage, and the development of architecture through time in Indonesia. 


Timoticin Kwanda, Ph.D

  • He holds a Ph.D. degree in Architecture from National University of Singapore (2013), and a Master degree in Urban and Regional Planning (MRP, 1988) and a Bachelor degree in urban and regional studies (B.Sc., 1986), both from Cornell University, USA. His PhD builds on conservation of architecture, focus on conservation of traditional architecture and their tradition related to conservation. His current teaching, research and publications focus on real estate development and planning, such as residential planning, urban design and planning; and architectural heritage conservation