Last edited 31 Mar 2019

About Conservation Wiki

The Anatomy of Colour

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Resource charting the development of colour since the 17th century.


Chinese Wallpaper

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Review of the long-awaited discourse on these beautifully produced, colourful wallpapers.


Chapels of England

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Book review: Buildings of protestant nonconformity.


Heritage at risk

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The economic, social and environmental benefits of investing in heritage.


Crittall metal windows

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A significant chapter in 20th-century construction history.


Walking interviews

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It is easier talking about a place when you experience its sights, sounds and smells.


Listed buildings and other heritage assets

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Review of the bible for heritage assets and their management.


Conservation, climbing and graffiti

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Dealing with marginalised heritage at Dumbarton Rock.


Volunteers and heritage

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Can democratising heritage and balancing budgets coexist?


Building a Crossing Tower

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Drawings of an unbuilt design for Rouen Cathedral – book review.


Alternative futures for heritage

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Assembling, curating, caring for, and designing the future.


Loving heritage to death

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A conversation between David Mitchell and Caitlin DeSilvey.


The Past and Future City

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How historic preservation is reviving America’s communities. IHBC book review.


Restoring Westminster's ventilation

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How research can provide a better understanding of technology in historic buildings.


Conservation matters

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An ethnographic approach to conservation of the historic environment.


Douglas Sea Terminal Building

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One of the Isle of Man’s best 1960s buildings.