Shared Spaces: New Buildings in Historic Settings
Shared Spaces: New Buildings in Historic Settings by Ar. Dr. Helena Aman Hashim and Elizabeth Cardosa
Lensa Warisan “Shared Spaces: New Buildings in Historic Settings” which was originally scheduled for 13 February 2019 has been postponed. It will now take place from 12 noon to 2pm on Wednesday 27 February 2019 at Badan Warisan Malaysia.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Ar. Dr. Helena is a Senior Lecturer in Architecture at the Faculty of the Built Environment, University Malaya. A practising architect with almost 30 years experience, she is a Registered Conservator with Jabatan Warisan Negara. Elizabeth Cardosa is currently President of Badan Warisan Malaysia and a Registered Conservator with Jabatan Warisan Negara. Helena and Elizabeth have been involved in several conservation and restoration projects including on the award-winning Stadium Merdeka and most recently, the highly-acclaimed Masjid Diraja Sultan Suleiman, Klang.
ABOUT THE LECTURE
This illustrated lecture will examine existing policies and guidelines for new developments within historic city centres in Malaysia. It will consider how new design interventions impact on the authenticity and integrity of heritage places and identify key principles which can protect the urban heritage and historic character of a place where the old and new can sit side by side.
Admission for lectures: RM30 (RM20 for Badan Warisan members)
A packed lunch will be provided
Limited to 35 participants.
To register, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org