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Joint RIAI & Heritage Contractors Register ‘Meet the Craftsman’ lecture by Sven Habermann from Conservation | Letterfrack, May 2020 (Reduced Price)
- Pre-recorded RIAI Courses
- Pre-recorded Online
Cost:RIAI Members 15 | RIAI Practice Member €10
Location:RIAI Digital Chalk
Sven Habermann, Manager and accredited lead conservator at Conservation | Letterfrack, hosts a webinar on investigative methods and techniques in timber conservation. Historic examples and case studies demonstrate ways to understand deterioration of historic building interiors. The insights gained will help participants to plan and implement mitigation steps and should lead to the creation of accurate and workable specifications for a craft person to ensure the long-term preservation of historic timbers. Areas that will be examined are floors, ceilings, paneling and doors. Examples of investigative techniques such as paint cross section analysis, timber/ tool mark identification and dendrochronology will be shown in a practical context.
Conservation | Letterfrack is a specialist company employing a team of highly-skilled conservator-restorers, craftspeople and other specialists to provide a professional service and consultancy throughout Ireland in the fields of conservation, restoration and collection care of wooden artefacts and historic timber interiors. Associated services are offered in museum display mounting, condition surveys and complex object handling.
The aim of the course is to focus on investigative methods and techniques of architectural interiors and wooden components through examples and case studies to assist architects to develop and compile workable and sensible specifications that will underpin the decision making process in the conservation of historic interiors.
On completion of this course attendees should have gained an understanding of a range of investigative techniques and approaches in timber conservation. A reference bibliography of sources and materials will be available to attendees for future use.
This online CPD course comprises of a live recording of the Webinar that took place on 13 May 2020.
This online CPD course is delivered via RIAI Digital Chalk
- Following receipt of your payment via MyRIAI you will receive an email from the RIAI CPD Division (9:00am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday) providing your login details for RIAI Digital Chalk.
- This online course will be accessible from your RIAI Digital Chalk account for 6 months from the date of completion.
- The RIAI will send you a CPD certificate for 1.5 structured CPD points on completion of the online course.