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Summer Schools Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation 8 th to 22 nd July, 2012 www.lincoln.ac.uk/summerschools/architecture.

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1 Summer Schools Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation 8 th to 22 nd July, In collaboration with: Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport Photographs Copyright University of Lincoln ©. Faculty of Art, Architecture & Design M Poole 2012.

2 Sustainable Architectural Technology Environmental performance analysis & monitoring Social sustainability & community engagement Urban planning, design and regeneration Architectural design Interior design Architectural heritage, conservation & restoration Product design Our architectural & design expertise: Rapid prototyping CAD, visualisation and animation Laser cutting and engraving Large workshop 3D digitisation and non-contact laser scanning Exhibition space New business incubation offices Our facilities: Photographs Copyright University of Lincoln ©. Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation 8 th to 22 nd July 2012

3 Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment A challenging 2-week mix of lectures, seminars, field trips, and studio projects. There will be an emphasis on the global sustainable agenda, renewable energy, urban regeneration, learning by doing and practical problem solving with access to the Schools workshop, library and other University facilities. The Summer Schools thematic content will include: People, energy and the environment Sustainable architecture in a climate of change: design and practise. Visual notes of Lincoln. How to observe, interpret and communicate the built environment through visual documentation. Urban design and urban regeneration of historic city centres as a catalyst for change. Field trips and tours of historic and contemporary buildings in major UK cities. The Summer School will suit students and recent graduates interested in design, architecture, urban design, architectural heritage and the built environment. This is an international Summer School open to students and recent graduates. Photographs Copyright University of Lincoln ©. Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation 8 th to 22 nd July 2012

4 Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation This Summer School will provide an opportunity to work with one of the UKs leading centres for conservation education and research, a centre that regularly work on some of Britains most iconic historic buildings. The summer school will provide an engaging mix of field trips, lectures, guest speakers and hands on projects with access to the Schools laboratories. The summer schools thematic content will include: Conservation of architectural materials and historic decoration. Field trips and tours of historic British buildings and interiors. Tours of traditional heritage workshops Conservation & restoration: an introduction to the care of historic collections. An introduction to gilding techniques This is an international summer school open to students and recent graduates interested in architecture, building conservation, architectural heritage, historic interiors & historic decoration. Photographs Copyright University of Lincoln ©. Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation 8 th to 22 nd July 2012

5 The University of Lincoln has risen more places than any other university in this years Good University Guide published by The Times. The University of Lincoln Situated about 130 miles north of London refers to Lincoln as having effected the most dramatic transformation of any university in recent times, with well over £180 million having been spent on building a stunning modern campus in the heart of a beautiful and ancient small city. Photographs Copyright University of Lincoln ©. Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation 8 th to 22 nd July 2012

6 Lincoln is one of the most historic cathedral cities in Europe. The University lies in the heart of the city and as such students have the benefit of easy access to the historic centre with its many amenities. There are cinemas, sports facilities, arts centres and restaurants and cafes to suit a variety of taste and budgets From top left: The Collection and Usher Gallery. A contemporary Art gallery and Museum. Lincoln Castle. The High Street with its many modern shops, cafes and restaurants. Lincoln Cathedral. The City of Lincoln Photographs Copyright University of Lincoln ©. Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation 8 th to 22 nd July 2012

7 Summer School fees: The fee is £1,200 and needs to be paid in full before the summer school starts in July However, there is a special rate of £1,100 per student if paid in full before Friday 4 th May Fees include course materials, accommodation and field trips. When on campus breakfast and lunch vouchers will also be included from Monday to Friday. Fees do not include flights, transfers or visa costs. How to apply This can be done by visiting the using credit card or bank transfer. Please note that you must be 18 years of age at the start of the Summer School to be able to attend. Due to the practical nature of the course places will be limited on a first come first serve basis. Photographs Copyright University of Lincoln ©. Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation 8 th to 22 nd July 2012

8 Travelling to Lincoln There are a number of airports and rail links putting Lincoln within easy reach of the UKs major cities. Photographs Copyright University of Lincoln ©. Further information Dr Amira Elnokaly, Summer School Leader Lincoln School of Architecture University of Lincoln Brayford Pool Lincoln United Kingdom LN6 7TS Tel + 44 (0) Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation 8 th to 22 nd July 2012

9 Summer School 2011 Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation 8 th to 22 nd July 2012 The summer school 2011 included field trips to sustainable architectural projects, guest speakers, straw-bale house building, seminars, a trip to London and time to relax and enjoy the Lincoln on foot or bike. I like the course a lot, it has been a lot of fun and I did gain lots of experience from everyone here. They have been very helpful and it has been very different from what we take in Egypt. Hope we can come again. Thank you. Summer School 1: Architecture in a Changing Environment Summer School 2: Historic Buildings & Conservation 8 th to 22 nd July 2012


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