|The course is based on a combination of lectures, excursions and group work, and consists of a theoretical part, a studio part and a part with introduction into 3D modelling techniques. The emphasis is put on investigation of gardens and garden elements and interpretation of the historical traces and remains. The participants will get an overview of the tools used to analyse the traces in the landscape, which plants belong to the different historical eras of Norwegian history of the art of gardening. Conventions and regulations, ICOMOS/IFLA’s Florence-charter. The relation between cultural and natural heritage management. In addition, the course explains the procedures for treatment of an historical garden in the planning process. Conservation and restoration plans, methodology, development of main concept, analysis of the existing situation, discussion of historical relations, and management plans. |
Data and information will be fed into a digital model. The digital model will then be visualized at the Virtual Reality Lab. Through real-time interaction with the 3D model, the different historical phases and development of the site can be visualized. This will enhance the understanding of the configuration of the site and can form a basis for sound decisions concerning the conservation and management of the garden.