FULLTEGNET - Preservation of wooden architecture in Japan and Norway

Publisert 27.05.2024

This seminar examines past and present approaches to the preservation of wooden architecture in Japan and Norway. Through talks and discussion we will delve into parallels and differences in heritage management between the two countries, and explore future possibilities in the safeguarding of wooden buildings. The seminar is organized in collaboration with IAT, Institutt for arkitektur og teknologi, NTNU.

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09.00 Introduction

Secretary-general Ola Harald Fjeldheim, National Trust of Norway

09.20 Engineering Historic/Traditional Timber Architecture in Japan

Professor Kaori Fujita, Tokyo University

10.05 Research on Craftsmanship Provides Intangible Knowledge and Experience

Woodcarver Kai Johansen, Arven Museums

10.45 Coffee

11.00 Deterioration and Durability of Wooden Buildings in Japan

Professor Hiroki Ishiyama, Osaka Metropolitan University

11.45 Questions and discussion

12.00 Lunch

13.00 The Conservation of Wooden Heritage Buildings in Japan: Principles and Practice

Professor Alejandro Arbulo de Martinez, Kyoto University

13.45 Pre- and Early Modern Preservation Practices in the Norwegian Stave Churches

Dr. Linn Willetts Borgen, National Trust of Norway

14.30 Coffee

14.45 Traditional Wooden Building and Digital Technologies

Professor Yoshihiro Fukushima, Tokyo University

15.30 Questions and discussion

15.45 Conclusion

16.00 End