Our local partners partners in India, the Center for Heritage Conservation CEPT Research and Development Foundation; and the Hunnarshala Foundation have done an amazing engaging fieldwork in Bela, Gujarat. They documented this settlement using a Faro 3D laser scanner, photographs and drone footage, plus a series of questionnaires and interviews to the inhabitants about theirContinue reading “Fieldwork in Bela”
We are proud that the Royal Institute of British Architects has acknowledged our project on the RIBA Journal. This is a great motivation to keep on working. Follow the link to learn more: https://www.ribaj.com/products/laser-scanning-technique-being-developed-to-protect-architectural-heritage-sites-gujarat-nottingham-trent-university
We are proud that our project features on the World Architecture News website. This is a great motivation to keep on working. Follow the link to learn more: https://www.worldarchitecturenews.com/article/1704965/academics-pioneer-new-methods-protecting-indias-architectural-heritage
We are glad to tell you that members of our research team in Gujarat have just completed the project’s reconnaissance trip, which is key to decide on a specific site on which to focus. Dr Jigna Desai and Mrudula Mane from the Center for Heritage Conservation CRDC, and Aditya Singh from our Project Partner HunnarshalaContinue reading “Reconnaissance Trip – done!”
We are very proud of this press release from Nottingham Trent University about the project. Have a look!
Online seminar to launch the project. Next Friday 11th of December 2020 at 11 am UK, 12 pm Europe and 16.30 India.
This project has been funded by UKRI AHRC and DCMS under the joint call: AHRC Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF)