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Sách Hoi an world heritage site, viet nam - khu di sản thế giới hội an, việt nam

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SÁCH SONG NGỮ ANH- VIỆT

HOI AN WORLD HERITAGE SITE, VIET NAM

KHU DI SẢN THẾ GIỚI HỘI AN, VIỆT NAM

The Heritage Homeowner’s Preservation Manuals for UNESCO World Heritage Sites series has been conceptualized by the Office of the UNESCO Regional Advisor for Culture in the Asia-Pacific, with input from the participants of the LEAP programme (19962000), funded by the Government of Norway; Nuttaphol Ma; Suki Keen and Elizabeth Cardosa. The series has been undertaken in cooperation with local heritage management agencies and international conservation experts, under the editorial direction of Richard Engelhardt (UNESCO Regional Advisor for Culture in Asia and the Pacific) and through the coordination of Series Editor Montira Horayangura Unakul (UNESCO Bangkok).

INTRODUCTION 7
i-i What is the Homeowner’s Manual and who is it for? 7
i-ii How to use this manual 7
I. CONSERVATION AND CONTEXT 9
Ia. Understanding conservation principles 9
Ib. Understanding historical and social context 10
Ic. Understanding urban context 11
Id. Understanding site context 12
Ie. Understanding building types 12
II. UNDERSTANDING YOUR BUILDING 18
IIa. Understanding your building type 18
IIb. Obtaining documentation 18
IIc. Determining what is important about your building 21
IId. Determining future uses of the building and requirements 27
IIe. Understanding legal regulations about conservation 29
III. assessing THE CONDITION OF YOUR BUILDING 46
IIIa. Understanding potential problem areas 46
IIIb. Assessing the interior 48
IIIc. Assessing the exterior 50
IIId. Assessing the site 51
IIIe. Conducting a physical investigation of your building:
practical guidelines 53
IIIf. Summary of the condition of your building 55
IV. SETTING CONSERVATION OBJECTIVES 56
IVa. Determining what should be saved and what could be changed 56
IVb. Guidelines for repair/alterations/adaptive re-use 58
IVc. Setting conservation objectives 61
IVd. Setting conservation priorities
V. PLANNING THE CONSERVATION PROJECT 65
Va. Administrative procedures 66
Vb. Technical advice 69
Vc. Budgetary resources 70
Vd. Sample of a budget estimate 71
Ve. Preparing the workplan and budget 73
VI. REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE 75
VIa. Timber elements 75
VIb. Masonry structures 83
VIc. Site problems 88
VId. Exterior building parts 94
VIe. Interior building parts 100
VIf. Inspection of the site and building 106
VIg. Risk preparedness 108
VII. RESOURCES 109
VIIa. Directory of local resources: materials 109
VIIb. Directory of local resources: craftsmen 110
VIIc. Directory of local resources: experts 111
VIId. Directory of local resources: financial resources 111
VIIe. Bibliography of technical references 112
VIIf. Glossary 114
ANNEXES 116
Annex 1: Legal regulations for preserving Hoi An 116
Annex 2: Sample documentation of a historic building 117
Annex 3: Application forms for restoring a historic building in Hoi An 120
Annex 4: List of classified monuments in the regulation of Zone I 121
Annex 5: List of houses regulated under item (i) of the regulation of
Zone II-A 128
Annex 6: List of houses located near the following monuments
regulated under item (ii) of the regulation of Zone II-A 129
Annex 7: Examples of facade architectural styles 130
INTRODUCTION
I-I. WHAT IS THE HOMEOWNER’S MANUAL AND WHO IS IT FOR?
The Homeowner’s Manual is a practical guide to restoring historic buildings. The manual is
a comprehensive compilation of both modern scientific conservation methods and traditional
building techniques which should be used in conservation projects. The manual will provide
fundamental knowledge which is critical in making informed decisions about conserving
historic buildings in in Hoi An ancient town.
The purpose of the Homeowner’s Manual is:
ã To provide references for international standards of best conservation practice
ã To help readers identify conservation priorities and appropriate methodologies
ã To facilitate communication between homeowners and contractors
ã To provide further resources to enable appropriate sourcing of materials and skilled
craftsmen.
The Homeowner’s Manual is meant to be used by:
ã Historic property owners and tenants
ã Conservation architects
ã Contractors
ã Urban planners
ã Local government officials
I-II. HOW TO USE THIS MANUAL
The manual is divided into seven chapters.
The first five chapters provide a step-by-step guide to the process of conservation. By
following the chapters in order, homeowners will be learn how to undertake the conservation
which is necessary and appropriate for their properties. Homeowners will be guided to
answer the following questions: Why is my building important? What should be conserved
in my building? How shall I plan the conservation work? How much will it cost?
 

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