Cultural Heritage and Resilience
open to professionals and students of:
design | liberal studies | urban planning and design | management | heritage and conservation | architecture | municipal management
about the workshop
The 8-day workshop will focus on the World Heritage to World Heritage (WH2WH) trail that has been recently developed between Hanumandhoka and Swayambhu World Heritage sites, by the City Planning Commission in Kathmandu, Nepal.
The main idea is to analyze the traditional & newer urban fabric, its architecture and the socio-economic development of the area a er the 2015 Gorkha earthquake, as well as to develop urban proposals that promote cultural heritage and local economies in the area.
about the faculty
Ana Yarza is a Spanish architect graduated in Barcelona. She holds a Master’s degree in Strategies & Technology for Human Development from the Politecnical University of Madrid. Ana has worked on development projects in Ecuador, South America, with UN-HABITAT in Kenya and is currently working with UNESCO in Nepal.
Mohit Kapoor is an Indian architect and urban planner from CEPT University, Ahmedabad.
He has worked on urban projects with Ernst & Young, and National Institute of Urban Affairs. Previously he has conducted hands-on workshops on Traditional Architecture in Morocco and on Built heritage in old city Jaipur.
The workshop will comprise of:
Expert talks by UNESCO Head & Professors from Tribhuvan University (TU)
Visit to 6 Heritage sites in Kathmandu & Bhaktapur Monument Zone tour
Joint field documentation, mapping & analysis with 15+ students from TU
Presentation of Urban Proposal to city officials & UNESCO on the final day
CERTIFICATES WILL BE AWARDED BY UNESCO TO PARTICIPANTS ON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF THE WORKSHOP!
INR 9,800 or USD $140
(workshop fee/expert cost)
INR 16,700 or USD $240
(Accomodation on sharing basis, site visits and local travel)
Flight & Food – as per actuals
to register, submit google form https://forms.gle/FQqvSzKeD3UkAgsc7 last date to register: 31st MAY, 2019