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Program

Edition
29th Edition
Credits
60 ECTS (392 teaching hours)
Modality
Face-to-face
Language of instruction
Spanish
Fee
6.900 €
Notes payment of enrolment fee and 0.7% campaign
Registration open until the beginning of the course or until end of vacancies.
Start date
Classes start: 02/10/2019
Classes end: 05/06/2020
Programme ends : 30/09/2020
Timetable
Wednesday: 15:30 to 21:00
Thursday: 15:30 to 21:00
Friday: 15:30 to 21:00
Notes to the schedule.
Taught at
ETSAB - Escola Tècnica Superior d'Arquitectura de Barcelona
Av. Diagonal, 649
Barcelona
Why this programme?
The master's degree program in Architecture Monument Restoration has over 25 years of experience and has has continously been adapted to the market circumstances of restoration of historical monuments and heritage management . This specialized education is now even more necessary and urgent than 25 years ago. It is an interdisciplinary process , which combines technical knowledge with humanistic knowledge and pointing to a professional able to gather in their speeches aesthetic and functional qualities that allow the building of heritage projects towards a new life community. The amount of graduates now exceeds 250 professionals who continue working and developing roles of responsibility in Spain and other countries.

Attendance at conferences, publications of some teachers and directors, participation in symposiums, contacts with the administration competent in this field visits and contacts with related professionals and craftsmen allow us to grasp the needs of and react to market changes , incorporating specialists able to provide this new knowledge .

Aims
  • Provide technicians with criteria and professional skills to be able to assess the importance of monuments and monumental ensembles, in order to carry out the interior renovation of historical centres.
  • Recognise the identity of pathologies to be able to intervene respectfully in the restoration of monuments, using the most suitable techniques.
Who is it for?
  • Previous Knowledge or studies on Historic, artistic or arquitectonic Heritage, from the point of view of History, History of art and architecture, Civil Engeneering or Restoration will be deeply appreciated.

Training Content

List of subjects
5 ECTS 38h
History and Theory of Restoration, from the Origins to the Charter of Venice
  • Monuments and the shape of history. Belonging to a temporal and spacial continuum. Monument historicity Relationship between historiography, historical analysis, socio-political development, conservation and monument restoration.
  • Assessment of monumental patrimony before the XIX century. Conservationism vs. interventionism in the XIX century. Stern and Valadier. Viollet-de-Duc. John Ruskin.
  • Venetian relativism: Alois Reigl and Max Dvorak, Restoration in Italy from the end of the XIX century to 1930. Camillo Boito and Restauro moderno,Gustavo Giovannoni and Restauro cientifico, Luca Beltrami and Restauro Histórico.
  • The generalization of the concept of monument. The Charter of Athens.(1931). Tábula rasa or respect for historical and environmental pre-existences. Cesare Brandi and the Charter of Venice.(1964). Integrated Restoration. Roberto Pane and Critical restoration.
  • Architectonic restoration as autonomous discipline. Gaps and reintegrations. Additions. Patinas. Reconstructions. Anastilosis. Agregates., Reproductions. Copies.
5 ECTS 38h
Construction Knowledge: Materials and Techniques
  • Technique in architectural memory. Evolution of elements and traditional building procedures.
  • Vertical structures: Dry stone walls, mud walls, adobe, masonry, brick, mixed. Porches, arches and vaults: types, plans and construction. The gothic vault and its design. The Catalan vault. Foundations.
  • Horizontal structures: Railings, roofs and flat roofs. Staircases.
    Structural and shopwork carpentry. Scaffolding. Trusses. Eaves and gutters.
  • Facades and ornaments. Coverings and paints. Balconies, lintels, capitals, cornices, arches, carpinteries and grilles. Stone, wood and ceramic pavings.
  • Wall painting and architectural decoration: definition, types and materials, conservation and restoration.
  • Techniques in the 19th and 20th century. The case of Catalonia.

6 ECTS 37h
Urban Morphology and Intervention in Historical Centres
  • Methods of inherited city analysis. Relation between different scales. Situation and location.
    Interdependence between urban design, cadastral map, types and building systems. Basic urban elements. Urban categorization. Singularity in historical quarters: locus, primary elements, study areas and the town in parts.. Primary, secondary and terciary settlements.
  • Ways of intervention in historical quarters. Proposals. Identification of singular elements and examples of representative types. Case studies: Tarragona and Tarraco, Santiago de Compostela and the Cathedral, Granada and the Alhambra, Barcelona and the Cerdà Plan, Elies Rogent and Barcelona University
3 ECTS 18h
Archaeology and Architecture. Methodologies of Survey and Diagnosis
  • Indirect architectonic survey. Topographic support. Close range photogrammetry. Data collecting instruments. Survey with a photograph. Survey with a photographic pair.. Ortophotography. Terrestrial laser scanner. The expression of restitution Type and scale of documents to be obtained. Practise with metric cameras and analytic restitution.
  • Stratigraphic analysis. Harris method.
  • Archaeology and architecture: the case of Tarragona.
  • Emergency interventions and salvation of historical quarters and monuments:
    • Interventions in Roman Tarragona.
    • Interventions in the churches of Terrasa.
3 ECTS 18h
Architecture in Barcelona
  • Shaping an identity (650ac-1137). Birth of a capital. From Preromanic Barcelona to Catalan gothic (800-1350). Triumph and decadence of a capital (1350-1714). From the defeat to the Renaissance. Mercantilism and industrial revolution (1714-1888). The city of prodigies: Modernism and Noucentism (18888-1929). From the projects of the great city to the Autarchy (1929-49). The Barcelona of the R.Group (1947-1957). Democratic transition and Olympic transformation (1975-1992) The Barcelona Model crisis (1993-2004).
  • Gaudí: origin and formation. Gúell palace, first synthesis of youth.
  • Teresianas School: constructive logic as the base of the project.
  • Batlló House: the residential style of a reformed house in the Ensanche.
  • Milà House: the architecture of nature.
  • Güell Park: from a suburban garden to an urban park.
  • The Crypt of Güell Colony.
  • Sagrada Familia
8 ECTS 48h
Workshop on Field Analysis and Representation of Built Heritage
  • Study of examples of monumental historical centres, monumental ensembles and /or monuments.
  • Field and archive work, consisting of data and document collection for analysis and interpretation. Use of historical and modern cartographies. Use of written, graphic and photographic sources.
  • Analysis of urban structure and its historical development.
  • Analysis of architectonic types.
  • Analysis of architectonic elements and study of historical building systems.
  • Stratigraphies. Interpretative reconstructions of the transformation process of monuments and monumental ensembles.
  • Analysis of pathologies.
  • Writing of classification files and definition of protection levels.
5 ECTS 37h
History and Theory of the Restoration in Spain (1836-2010)
  • Monumental restoration in XIX century Catalonia and Spain. Disentailments.First romantic-literary visions. First inventaries and commissions of monuments. Vicente Lampérez, Juan de Madrazo, Elies Rogent, Domenech y Muntaner, Puig y Cadalfach, Torres Balbàs, Jeroni Martorell, Juan Bautista Lázaro.
  • The 1933 defence Law, conservation and growth of Spanish historical patrimony. Interventions after the civil war.
  • Interventions in XIX and XX century heritage. Industrial heritage and Modern Movement heritage.
  • Structuralistic interpretations of the city: Bologna and the Cervellatti Plan. Aldo Rossi and the città análoga.
  • The case of Barcelona: the transformation of quarters within the modernising ideal, contradictions of a model. The problems of refunctionalizing and elitizing the city.
  • The European Charter of Architectonic Patrimony (Amsterdam 1975)
5 ECTS 38h
Pathologies, Intervention Techniques and Accessibility
  • General Concepts and main causes: physical, mechanical, biological, chemical, human.
  • Damage in walls, vaults and stone arches. Fissures, detachments and cracks. Analysis of stability and mechanical behaviour of arches and vaults by graphic statics. Advanced methods of modelling and structural analysis.
  • Structural consolidation: recomposition, improvement, injections, buttresses, tensor bars, metal seams, metal clips, rings and crowns. Scaffolding, arch forms, propping and shoring.
  • Damp in old buildings : capillarity, filtration and condensation. Treatments by ventilation, draining, hygroconvection, electromagnetism, capillary interception and air chambers.
  • Ornaments and facades on historical buildings. Dirt, efflorescences, erosions, cracking, chipping. Cleaning, polishing, consolidation, protection and reintegration of ornaments.
  • Rusting and corrosion. Cleaning, protection and reintegration of metal structures, banisters and iron fittings. Dehydration, rotting, breaking, insect attacks. Repair, reinforcement, woodworm treatment and reintegration of wooden parts.
  • Lighting of heritage spaces and buildings.
4 ECTS 24h
Analysis of Interventions in European Heritage
  • Analysis of interventions in classical heritage:
    • Diocleciano Thermal Baths and Palazzo Altemps.
    • Duomo de Prato and Ruvo di Puglia Cathedral (Bari).
    • Sabbioneta Olympic Theatre.
    • Sant'Eliggio degli Orefici and Castelo Sant'Angelo (Rome).
    • Palazzo della Ragione (Milan).
    • Capella de Santa Maria (Abbazia Della Novalesa, Torino).
    • Villa Barbaro (Vicenza).
    • Villa Biberatica i Palazzo Poli (Rome).
  • Analysis of interventions in Catalan and Aragon's heritage.
  • Analysis of interventions in modern architecture in Holland, Italy and Spain.
4 ECTS 30h
Writing and Management of Catalogues and Architectural Heritage Protection Plans
  • Heritage, a modern cult. Heritage assessment and classification. Methodologies. Contradictions between theoretical and legal frameworks. Urban and territorial structure. Demarcation of areas and intervention units. Monuments, landscapes and fabrics. Levels of protection. Treatment of environments. Historical centres. Monumental towns and ensembles.
  • Protection of cultural heritage buildings: Law 9/1993 for Protection of Catalan cultural heritage. Cultural assets of national interest (BCIN). Cultural assets of local interest (BCIL).Declaration procedures. Problems between public and private law.
  • Instruments of urban intervention. Revised text of the Urbanism Law 1/2005. Regulations of the Urbanism Law 305/2006. General urban planning: master plans. Municipal urban planning regulation (POUM). Planning Norms. Municipal action plans. Derivated urban planning: Partial urban plans, partial demarcation plans, special plans, catalogue of protected assets, bylaws, urbanization projects.
  • Special plan for architectonic and/or natural and/or archaeological heritage protection. Categories and protection levels. Assets of interest (BEI). Assets of documental interest (BID). Catalogue of farmhouses and rural houses. Ways of intervention. Analysis of special plans for protection and interior reform of the Tarragona, Girona, Lleida and Barcelona historical centres.
4 ECTS 18h
Archives, Museum Management and Heritage Management
  • Administrative models of administration heritage services. Restoration reports. Historical, chronological and technical analysis. Dissemination of restoration work.
  • Memorandum of work carried out during the restoration. Maintenance book. Pathology control. Budget for restoration work.
  • Archiving. Sources. Family, municipal, provincial, national and institutional historical archives.. Administrative archives. Photographic archives. Online archives. Archiving software. Data handling protocol.
  • Heritage interpretation. Social and economic functions of heritage. Dissemination and promotion of cultural and heritage spaces. New heritage values applied to company policy.
8 ECTS 48h
Workshop on Intervention Projects
  • Design of a total or partial restoration project for a building described and analysed in the previous analysis workshop. The project will consist of general and detailed plans and a historical, architectonic, functional and technical report (pathologies, diagnosis, intervention proposals and incorporation of new elements).
The UPC School reserves the right to modify the contents of the programme, which may vary in order to better accommodate the course objectives.
Degree
Special master's degree issued by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. Issued pursuant to art. 34.1 of Organic Law 4/2007 of 12 April, amending Organic Law 6/2001 of 21 December, concerning Universities. To obtain it, is necessary to have an official university qualification. Otherwise, the student will receive a certificate of completion of the programme issued by the Fundació Politècnica de Catalunya.
Range of modules
The master's degree programme is organized into the following modules. If you don't wish to take the entire master's degree you can sign on one or several modules.
Master's degree:
relation Postgraduate courses:

Learning methodology

The teaching methodology of the programme facilitates the student's learning and the achievement of the necessary competences.

Learning tools
Participatory lectures
A presentation of the conceptual foundations of the content to be taught, promoting interaction with the students to guide them in their learning of the different contents and the development of the established competences.
Practical classroom sessions
Knowledge is applied to a real or hypothetical environment, where specific aspects are identified and worked on to facilitate understanding, with the support from teaching staff.
Solving exercises
Solutions are worked on by practising routines, applying formulas and algorithms, and procedures are followed for transforming the available information and interpreting the results.
Case studies
Real or hypothetical situations are presented in which the students, in a completely participatory and practical way, examine the situation, consider the various hypotheses and share their own conclusions.
Visits
These visits are to specialist centres, companies in the sector or outstanding and important locations in the sector, in order to obtain knowledge in situ of development, production and demonstration environments within the programme.
Tutorship
Students are given technical support in the preparation of the final project, according to their specialisation and the subject matter of the project.
Workshops
Students are supported when undertaking group work, including theoretical sessions which provide the tools and knowledge needed to achieve a result. Ideas and results are exchanged between all the participating groups.
Assessment criteria
Attendance
At least 80% attendance of teaching hours is required.
Solving exercises, questionnaires or exams
Individual tests aimed at assessing the degree of learning and the acquisition of competences.
Work out projects
Studies on a specific topic, by individuals or groups, in which the quality and depth of the work is assessed, among other factors.
Completion and presentation of the final project
Individual or group projects in which the contents taught in the programme are applied. The project can be based on real cases and include the identification of a problem, the design of the solution, its implementation or a business plan. The project will be presented and defended in public.
Work placements & employment service
Students can access job offers in their field of specialisation on the My_Tech_Space virtual campus. Applications made from this site will be treated confidentially. Hundreds of offers appear annually of the UPC School of Professional & Executive Development employment service .The offers range from formal contracts to work placement agreements.
Virtual Campus
The students on this master's degree will have access to the My_Tech_Space virtual campus, an effective work and communication platform for students, lecturers and course directors and coordinators. My_Tech_Space allows students to find background material for their classes, to work in teams, ask their lecturers questions, consult their marks, etc.

Teaching team

Academic management
  • Alvarez Prozorovich, Fernando
    PhD. Architect and Professor of History of Art and Architecture in the ETSAB. Director of the Master in restauration of Monuments and professor of the Ph D Program of the Department of Architectonic Composition (HAA). Visiting Professor Posgraduate Program Universidade Federal da Paraiba (UFPB-PPGAU)Scientific production: http://eprints.upc.edu/producciocientifica/invest/178561.
Teaching staff
  • Alvarez Prozorovich, Fernando
    PhD. Architect and Professor of History of Art and Architecture in the ETSAB. Director of the Master in restauration of Monuments and professor of the Ph D Program of the Department of Architectonic Composition (HAA). Visiting Professor Posgraduate Program Universidade Federal da Paraiba (UFPB-PPGAU)Scientific production: http://eprints.upc.edu/producciocientifica/invest/178561.
  • Arroyo Casals, Pau
    He has a degree in Fine Arts in the specialty of conservation-restoration of cultural property (UB) and Master in Restoration of Monuments of Architecture and Civil Engineering MRM (UPC). He has carried out studies for the conservation and valorisation of historical monuments, as well as restoration projects and conservation-restoration interventions of various architectural heritage assets. He is currently administrator and technical director of the company Lesena, Integral Heritage Service, S.L. and associate professor of the Degree of Conservation-Restoration of Cultural Assets of the UB.
  • Bestraten Castells, Sandra Cinta
    Architect, professor at the ETSAB (UPC). Subjects: Housing and Cooperation, Low cost technologies for cooperation, Urban and architectural accessibility. Member of the Council of the Center for Development Cooperation and the Board of the UNESCO Chair of Sustainability (UPC). Member of the Board of Directors of the Demarcation of Barcelona of the COAC. Partner of Bestraten Hormias Arquitectura. President of University Without Borders (USF).
  • Buill Pozuelo, Felipe
    Doctor by the UPC. Professor of Photogrammetry at the EPSEB (UPC). Enginyer Tècnic en Topografia. Licentiate in Geography. Responsible for the photogrammetry laboratory of the EPSEB.
  • Carrascal Simón, Andreu
    Bachelor in Geography and History at UB. Master in Archive Sciences at the UAB. Member of the Bureau of the Architectural Section of the Archive International Council ICA/S-AR. Author of the book: "Los documentos de arquitectura y cartografía. Qué son y cómo se tratan".
  • Casablancas Balazote, Carles Santiago
    Architect ETSAB Barcelona and Rehabilitation MSc in Conservation of Built Heritage by UNESCO Regional Chair CUJAE-Caribbean and Diploma in Legal and Forensic Architecture UPF. He has developed his professional and academic practice in Cuba (Havana), Ireland (Dublin) and currently Spain (Barcelona) where exercising independent professional specializing in rehabilitation and restoration issues, having worked in heritage properties and BCIL BCIN level.
  • Costa Trost, Margarita
    Doctor architect by UPC. Associate professor in the Department of Architectural Design, ETSAB and teacher in various Masters of the UPC. Co-author of the book "La protecció del patrimoni cultural immoble. Guia per a l'elaboració dels catàlegs municipals de béns protegits", Diputació de Barcelona, 2009.
  • Díaz Gómez, Cèsar
    Doctor Architect He has been professor of Architectural Constructions and coordinator of the University Master of Technology in Architecture (ETSAB / UPC) and postgraduate courses on rehabilitation at the Sert School of the COAC. His publications include: Inspection and diagnosis. Guidelines for intervention in residential buildings (Escola Sert, COAC, 2003), Interventions in modern architectural heritage in Catalonia (Ed. UPC, 2017) and The transformation of textile industrial buildings in Catalonia (Ed. UPC, 2017).
  • Flores Gomez, Ricardo
    The Flores & Prats study is dedicated to the confrontation of theory and academic practice with the projective and constructive activity. He has won several international awards: the Grand Award for the Best Architecture Work at the Summer Show of the Royal Academy of Arts in London 2009, the City of Barcelona Architecture Award 2016 for his work Sala Beckett / International Dramaturgy Workshop and has been exhibited at the Venice Architecture Biennial 2012, 2014 and 2016. Ricardo and Eva are associate professors at the ETSAB-UPC.
  • Garcia Belmonte, Bàrbara
    Architect for the ETSAB-UPC. Degree of advanced studies of research sufficiency for the theme "Architecture and Memory: (re)presentation of the place", Department of Architectural Projects, UPC.
  • González García, Reinald
    Doctor in Art History from the University of Barcelona where he has taught classes. He has also been a lecturer at the UAB and the ESARQ's PhD program of architecture. In recent years he has been associate professor of the Master's Degree in Cultural Heritage Management at the University of Barcelona. Partner and founder of Veclus, SL, a company dedicated to the study and research of the Catalan built heritage since 1987 and with more than a thousand buildings studied in the Catalan sphere and especially in the city of Barcelona. He has participated directly in different BCIN's restoration projects.
  • Graus Rovira, Ramon
    Architect and Technical Architect. Professor of History of Architecture and Construction in the Department of Architecture of the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya since 1999. Particularly interested in the interdependencies between art and architecture.
  • Guardia Bassols, Manel
    Doctor of Architecture. Professor at the UPC. He teaches courses in History of Art and Architecture. Research in Urban History. Some publications: Espai Barcelona i societat to pre-industrial, Editorial Magrana, Barcelona, 1986 / Historical Atlas of European cities. Vol Iberian Peninsula, CCCB-Salvat, Barcelona, 1994 / Make city through markets. Europe, XIX i XX, MUHBA, Barcelona, 2010.
  • Hormias Laperal, Emilio
    Architect, lecturer at EPSEB (UPC). He teaches the subject "Diploma of Extension of Skills (DAC) in Rehabilitation". Partner of Bestratén Hormias Arquitectura. Coordinator of University Without Borders (USF) projects. He has developed numerous studies and accessibility plans (Vilanova i la Geltrú, Tarragona, Barcelona and others) in collaboration with public entities and associations.
  • Hostench Ruiz, Oriol
    Architect for the ETSAB (UPC). Master in Theory and History of the Department of Theory and History of the Architecture and Communication Techniques of the ETSAB and currently a PhD student in the same department. Member of the Research Group of the Critical Archive of the Barcelona Model. Professor of the Workshop of field analysis and representation of the Patrimony built and technical coordinator of the Master's in Restoration of Monuments. Architect for the ETSAB (UPC). Master in Theory and History of the Department of Theory and History of the Architecture and Communication Techniques of the ETSAB and currently a PhD student in the same department. Member of the Research Group of the Critical Archive of the Barcelona Model. Professor of the Workshop of field analysis and representation of the Patrimony built and technical coordinator of the Master's in Restoration of Monuments. Architect for the ETSAB (UPC). Master in Theory and History of the Department of Theory and History of the Architecture and Communication Techniques of the ETSAB and currently a PhD student in the same department. Member of the Research Group of the Critical Archive of the Barcelona Model. Professor of the Workshop of field analysis and representation of the Patrimony built and technical coordinator of the Master's in Restoration of Monuments.
  • Huerta Fernández, Santiago
    Doctor of Architecture. Project and Structural Analysis Professor at the Technical School of Architecture of Madrid (ETSAM-UPM). Consultant in the Analysis of Historical Constructions. Co-founder and President of the Spanish Society for the History of Construction (SEDHC). Director of the Master in Building Structures of the UPM. Director of Publications of the Instituto Juan de Herrera.
  • Ibarz Pascual, Anna
    Architect for the ETSAB-UPC. Diplôme de Spécialisation et Aprofondissement in Architecture et Patrimoine de l'Ecole d'Hauts Etudes de Chaillot. Master's Degree in Cultural Management from the University of Barcelona. Since 2008 he has developed his professional activity in the field of rehabilitation, restoration and conservation of heritage, in listed buildings BCIL, BCIN and UNESCO heritage.
  • Julià i Torné, Montserrat
    Degree in History of Art from the UB. Postgraduate in Forms of Analysis and Intervention in the Built Heritage (FAIPAC) of the UPC. She is currently a library director and belongs to the Group of Catalan Libraries Associated with UNESCO. Coauthor of "Basic lexicon of architectural restoration".
  • Lahuerta Alsina, Juan José
    Doctor Architect and professor of History of Art and Architecture at the ETSAB -UPC. He has been a member of the Teaching Collegiate della Scuola Dottorati of the Istituto Universitario di Architettura IUAV (Venice), and holder of the King Juan Carlos I Chair of Spanish Culture and Civilization at New York University. Between 2013 and 2016, he was head of the MNAC collections (National Art Museum of Catalonia). He is currently the director of the Gaudí Chair, ETSAB, UPC.
  • Manzano Saló, Marc
    Architect. Section of Heritage Conservation and Improvement. Secretary of Housing and Urban Improvement. Department of Planning and Sustainability. Generalitat de Catalunya.
  • Maristany Carreras, Jordi
    Doctor Architect Professor of the Department of Technology of Architecture of the UPC. He has been director of the Department of Architectural Structures and is a member of the research group LITA (Laboratory of Innovation and Technology in Architecture). He is a professor of several postgraduate and master's courses. He has participated in outstanding projects such as the Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA) in the Science and Technology Park of Girona or the integral rehabilitation of the "Estación del Norte" in Barcelona.
  • Martínez Díez, Pablo
    Architect for the ETSAB (UPC). Co-founder of the 300,000kms / s study where transdisciplinary architectural projects are carried out, from territorial planning to industrial design through the lighting of spaces. His lighting projects include the Palau de la Música, the Cathedral of Santo Domingo de la Calzada and the Museu de Ciències Naturals de Barcelona, among others.
  • Menchón Bes, Joan Josep
    Archeologist, Graduate in Ancient History and Archeology from the University of Barcelona (1989). Master in Heritage Management for the UB (1993), medieval archeology (1995) and postgraduate in medieval and post-medieval ceramics (1996). No historical heritage technician of the Tarragona city council. Specialist in Roman and medieval archeology, heritage management. Coordinator and director of archaeological works and intervention of the heritage.
  • Montón Lecumberri, Joaquín
    Technical architect. Doctor by the UPC in the Doctoral Program of the ETSAB: Construction, restoration and architectural rehabilitation. Professor of the Department of Technology of Architecture of the UPC, in the EPSEB. Guest professor in courses of the Col·legi d'Arquitectes de Catalunya, and of the Col·legi d'Aparelladors, Arquitectes Tècnics and Enginyers de l'Edificació de Barcelona. It belongs to the GICITED research group of the UPC. His professional activity focuses on the diagnosis and pathology of wood in construction.
  • Navarro Ezquerra, Antonia
    PhD in Geological Sciences from the UB, with the Doctoral Thesis "Stony construction materials and synthetic mortars, evaluation of the behavior of these materials in the face of consolidation and waterproofing products". Professor of Building Materials I of the Department of Technology of Architecture of the EPSEB, UPC. Technique of the Materials Laboratory of the EPSEB and research member of the GICITED group (Interdisciplinary Group of Science and Technology in Building).
  • Navas i Ferrer, Teresa
    Doctor in Geography and Graduate in History of Art from the University of Barcelona (UB). Associate lecturer at the Department of Theory and History of Architecture (THATC) of the UPC. His research has focused on urban history of Barcelona and its metropolitan area, history of Civil Engineering and Cultural Heritage Management. He works at the Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (CCCB) as a cultural manager and, since 2015, is linked to the project of the European Prize for Urban Public Space at the CCCB.
  • Paricio Casademunt, Antoni
    Doctor Architect and Technical Architect. Professor of Technology in Architecture. Currently, he teaches as a teacher of the Master's in Restoration of Architecture Monuments of the UPC School, the Rehabilitation Master's degree at COAATEEB, and the Sert School of the COAC. Academic Director of the Postgraduate Course in Pathology and Structural Study at COAATEEB. He has been responsible for the area of Permanent Training of the ITeC. He has published: "Secretos de un Sistema Constructivo: el Eixample" (1ª Edición 2001, 2ª edición 2008) y "La casa de cós al Maresme" (2017). The field of research has focused on architecture and the construction of the 19th and 20th centuries.
  • Roca Fabregat, Pere
    BEng. MSc. PE. PhD. Professor of Construction Engineering at the UPC. Teaching, research and technology-transfer activity focused in structural analysis and retrofit of masonry and historical constructions, including advanced numerical modelling and extensive testing. A number of innovative retrofit solutions have been developed; practical applications have been promoted and supervised, some of them in World heritage constructions. 20 Doctoral Theses supervised, some in earthquake engineering. More than 250 research papers published in scientific journals and presented at scientific conferences. Has participated in research projects (national and international) financed by public and private funds, having been promoter and coordinator in many of them. Member of the ISCARSAH committee on the Analysis and Restoration of Structures of Architectural Heritage of the International Council for Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) since 2001.
  • Rosell Amigó, Joan Ramon
    Doctor Architect, Technical Architect and Industrial Organization Engineer. Professor of the Department of Technology of Architecture of the UPC. Specialist in construction materials, pathology of materials and expert in building diagnosis. Professor of the Materials of Construction, Diagnosis in Rehabilitation subjects. Director of the Materials Laboratory of the EPSEB (UPC) and member of the GICITED research group. Author and co-author of different research works related to construction materials and diagnosis processes, published in different books and scientific articles.
  • Rovira i Pons, Pere
    Conservator-restorer of Cultural Assets. Bachelor of Fine Arts (UB, 1988), specializing in Conservation and Restoration. Responsible for the area of mural painting and stone sculpture of the Center for Restoration of Movable Property of Catalonia (CRBMC). Conservator of artistic and decorative heritage integrated into the architecture and coordinator of conservation-restoration projects associated with architectural restoration.
  • Salada Rubió, Lluís
    Biologist and Master in Environmental Management in UAB. Consultant of Arda Environmental Management and studies, environmental consultatn since 20 years.
  • Santamaria i Varas, Mar
    Architect for the School of Architecture of Barcelona, UPC. She focuses her professional activity in the field of public space, landscape and spatial planning. She is a researcher and lecturer in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning and has participated as a guest lecturer at several international seminars.
  • Solsona Piña, Enric
    Architect, Barcelona School of Architecture,UPC,1974. Technical Engineer, 1967. Master on Restoration of Monuments, UPC,1991. Projects in urban planning and restoration of buildings listed at local (BCIL) and national level (BCIN) and UNESCO, as Nativitat de Durro (Vall de Boí), Santa Maria del Mar (Barcelona), Seu Vella (Lleida), Murallas y Universidad (Cervera).
  • Vilanova Omedas, Antoni
    Architect for the ETSAB (UPC). Master in Pathology, Diagnosis and Techniques of Rehabilitation and Intervention in Architectural Heritage (UPC). Founding member of the Vilanova + Moya office, architects. He is currently president of the Association of Architects for the Defense and Intervention in the Architectural Heritage of the COAC. He has accumulated an experience of more than 25 years in the drafting of architecture and urban planning projects, especially in the fields of restoration and rehabilitation, as well as the elaboration of Directors' Plans and Special Heritage Plans. He has participated in various European publications and programs.

Associates entities

Strategic partners
  • Fundación Carolina
    • Provides financial aid to the programme or grants for the registration of students.

Career opportunities

  • Project manager in restoration of heritage in public administrations, in promoters and construction companies.
  • Consultant in professional offices.

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How to start admission
To start the enrolment process for this programme you must complete and send the form that you will find at the bottom of these lines.

Next you will receive a welcome email detailing the three steps necessary to formalize the enrolment procedure:

1. Complete and confirm your personal details.

2. Validate your curriculum vitae and attach any additional required documentation, whenever this is necessary for admission.

In addition to your CV, the UPC School will also require you to submit the following documents for preregistration on this Master's degree:
    Motivation letter explaining your experience and afinity with Historic-artistic Heritage and Historical building and old towns restoration.

3. Pay €110 in concept of the registration fee for the programme. This fee will be discounted from the total enrolment fee and will only be returned when a student isn't admitted on a programme.

Once the fee has been paid and we have all your documentation, we will assess your candidacy and, if you are admitted on the course, we will send you a letter of acceptance. This document will provide you with all the necessary information to formalize the enrolment process for the programme.




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