AN APPROACH TO BUILDING HERITAGE AND ITS PRESERVATION IN SERBIA AND SURROUNDING AREAS

Aleksandra Ćurčić, Ana Momčilović Petronijević, Gordana Topličić Ćurčić, Aleksandar Keković

DOI Number
https://doi.org/10.2298/FUACE200511002C
First page
015
Last page
031

Abstract


Cultural heritage represents a unique and irreplaceable cultural value of a nation. Preservation and protection of cultural heritage is an important moral role of the entire modern society. The paper singles out the notion of vernacular architecture and traditional houses as a significant part of the architectural heritage. The case study includes examples of traditional houses in Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria. The current condition of buildings, their purpose, the degree of preservation, as well as the applied methods of protection are considered in more detail. By analyzing examples of positive and negative practice, conclusions were drawn about the active approach to the architectural heritage of these countries. The goal of this paper is to consider the approach to the preservation of vernacular architecture and the relationship of these countries to this form of cultural heritage. The methods used in the paper are analysis, synthesis, comparative analysis, modeling method and case study.


Keywords

architectural heritage, traditional house, preservation methods, active approach, vernacular architecture

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