This book covers the entire spectrum of building conservation issues, distilling from each the practical and theoretical aspect that distinguish the art of conservation.
It is a Festschrift for Sir Bernard Feilden CBE, though it is not a book about the life and work of Sir Bernard. The authors are drawn from practising conservators and teachers, guided by the Editor, Stephen Marks, who edits
the Journal ASCHB, and an Advisory Committee comprising Sherban Cantacuzino, Secretary of the Royal Fine Arts Committee, Henry Cleere, former Director of the Council of British Archaeology, Derek Linstrum, Professor of Architecture at Leeds University, and John Warren, practising architect and adviser on World Heritage sites.
Acts as a 'Festschrift' for Sir Bernard Feilden CBE, the world's most renowned building conservationist
Distinguished Advisory Committee
Contributions from world famous authorities
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'It covers in a remarkable way all the main facets of building conservation; being the contributions of fourteen eminent persons with specialist knowledge of this subject ... It is an impressive book which has been well formulated and co-ordinated ...'
ASI Journal, Jan 1997
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Book Description Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford, 1996 First Edition. Hardback. Dust Jacket., 1996. Small 4to. pp xiv, 319. Original publisher's black cloth, lettered gilt on spine. Copiously illustrated in black and white throughout. Ownership signature on the front endpaper of Dame Jennifer Jenkins, a reforming chair of the National Trust and wife of the Labour minister, Roy Jenkins. ISBN: 0750623500 Fine in near fine dust jacket. Bookseller Inventory # C42145
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