swsi 5 - School of Architecture and Planning

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swsi 5 - School of Architecture and Planning
SUMMER SOUTHWEST INSTITUTE
HP+R
NM (JUNE 6 – 10)
CHIMAYO, NM (JUNE 13 – 17)
LAS VEGAS, NM (JUNE 20 – 24)
HISTORIC PRESERVATION + ALBUQUERQUE,
ADOBE HISTORIC BUILDINGS CONDITION
DOCUMENTATION AND GENERATION OF
KING STADIUM DOCUMENTATION AND GENERATION
ASSESSMENT COURSE
RESTORATION PROJECT OF ENDANGERED
OF ADAPTIVE REUSE SCHEMATIC DESIGNS
REGIONALISM GRADUATE
HISTORIC HOUSES
470.004
470.009
470.003
CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
662.006 CRP 570.004 LA 512.001
662.009 CRP 570.009 LA 512.002
662.004 CRP 570.003 LA 512.003
ARCH462.006
ARCH462.009
ARCH462.004
THE 2015 SOUTHWEST SUMMER INSTITUTE OFFERS
STAND-ALONE COURSES, WHICH CAN ALSO BE TAKEN AS
PART OF THE UNM SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING,
GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN HISTORIC PRESERVATION AND
REGIONALISM.
THE
TRANSCRIPTED
SIX-COURSE
CERTIFICATE INTEGRATES HISTORIC PRESERVATION WITH
CONTEMPORARY DESIGN, PLANNING AND COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT GROUNDED IN HISTORY, CULTURE AND
PLACE.
EACH ONE WEEK, 3 CREDIT COURSE MEETS FROM 9:00 AM
TO 6:00 PM MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY AT THE UNM SCHOOL
OF
ARCHITECTURE
&
PLANNING,
ALBUQUERQUE,
INCLUDING FIELD TRIPS OR IN THE FIELD, IF COURSE
REQUIRES. STUDENTS COMPLETE ON-LINE READINGS
BEFORE THE "IN-CLASS" WEEK, AND THOSE WHO ARE
TAKING THE COURSE FOR CREDIT ALSO COMPLETE A TERM
PROJECT AFTER THE “IN-CLASS” WEEK.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THESE COURSES: STUDENTS AND
PROFESSIONALS IN PRESERVATION, DESIGN, PLANNING,
HISTORY, SUSTAINABILITY, LIBRARY SCIENCE, ARCHEOLOGY
AND RELATED FIELDS, AS WELL AS THE GENERAL PUBLIC,
WHO ARE WELCOME TO REGISTER AS NON-DEGREE
STUDENTS.
PROJECTED TUITION AND FEES: $888 PER UNDERGRADUATE
COURSE; $939 PER GRADUATE COURSE.
FOR MORE INFORMATION:
BETH ROWE, GRADUATE STUDENT ADVISOR,
[email protected], (505) 277-1303
MONIQUE RUBIO, HP+R ADMINISTRATOR,
[email protected]
FRANCISCO UVIÑA-CONTRERAS, HPR DIRECTOR,
[email protected] AND SEARCH,
HTTPS://SAAP.UNM.EDU/ACADEMIC-PROGRAMS/
HISTORIC-PRESERVATION-REGIONALISM/SOUTHWEST-SUM
MER-INSTITUTE.HTML
GEORGE PEARL HALL (GPH) AT THE SCHOOL OF
ARCHITECTURE + PLANNING (SA+P) UNIVERSITY OF NEW
MEXICO (UNM) & ONE VISIT IN SITU TO LOCAL ADOBE
STRUCTURE IN ALBUQUERQUE
GEORGE PEARL HALL AT THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
AND PLANNING, UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO AND THREE
DAYS IN THE FIELD AT PLAZA DEL CERRO, CHIMAYO WITH
TWO SITE VISITS TO THE SANTUARIO DE CHIMAYO AND
CORDOBA PLAZA.
GEORGE PEARL HALL AT THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
AND PLANNING, UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO AND THREE
DAYS IN THE FIELD AT LAS VEGAS, NM WITH A SITE VISIT TO
HISTORIC LAS VEGAS DOWNTOWN.
THIS COURSE WILL GIVE AN IN DEPTH UNDERSTANDING OF
HOW
TO
ANALYZE
HISTORIC
ADOBE
BUILDINGS.
PRESERVATION THEORY WILL BE PRESENTED TO BEST
INFORM STUDENTS ON GENERAL HISTORIC ADOBE
TREATMENTS FOR THEIR CONSERVATION. THE COURSE
WILL TOUCH ON REGIONAL CLIMATIC CONDITIONS AND
ADOBE ARCHITECTURAL TYPOLOGIES IN ORDER TO BETTER
UNDERSTAND
ADOBE
STRUCTURES
AND
BUILDING
SYSTEMS. SOIL COMPOSITION AND BEHAVIOR, AS WELL AS
MATERIAL TYPES, AND COMPATIBILITIES WILL BE DISCUSSED
ALONG
WITH
PATHOLOGIES
TO
PROVIDE
AN
UNDERSTANDING OF HOW THESE BUILDINGS ARE
CONSTRUCTED AND HOW THEY DETERIORATE. ACCEPTED
TREATMENTS AND PROFESSIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS
WILL BE DISCUSSED IN ORDER TO ANALYZE THE BEST
POSSIBLE
SOLUTIONS
FOR
REPAIRS
AND
THEIR
PRESERVATION, OR REHABILITATION. ALL LESSONS WILL BE
REINFORCED IN THE FIELD WITH ONE ONSITE VISIT TO A
LOCAL ADOBE BUILDING.
THIS COURSE WILL TAKE AN IMPORTANT HISTORIC SITE:
PLAZA DEL CERRO AT CHIMAYÓ. STUDENTS WILL
DOCUMENT, AS WELL AS, DEVELOP PLANS FOR THE
RESTORATION
OF
RUINED,
AND
DETERIORATING
STRUCTURES.
THE
COURSE
WILL
ALLOW
AN
INTERDISCIPLINARY GROUP OF STUDENTS TO RESEARCH
TRADITIONAL METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION, PLANNING,
AND ARCHITECTURAL TYPOLOGIES. ONE OR TWO OF THE
ABANDONED HOUSING UNITS ALONG THE PLAZA WILL BE
DOCUMENTED AND EXISTING DRAWINGS PRODUCED.
STUDENTS WILL LEARN HOW TO PRODUCE APPROPRIATE
DOCUMENTATION PLANS, AND ASSIST THE OWNERS, AND
THE COMMUNITY IN THE REHABILITATION OF THE HISTORIC
CHIMAYO PLAZA. ON SITE FIELD MEASUREMENTS WILL
INCLUDE AN UNDERSTANDING OF EXISTING PATHOLOGIES
AND BUILDING TYPOLOGIES. STUDENTS WILL ANALYZE THE
EXISTING CONDITIONS OF THE PLAZA SITE AND BEGIN TO
FORMULATE RECOMMENDATIONS AND STRATEGIES FOR
THE PRESERVATION OF THE HISTORIC PLAZA.
THIS COURSE WILL TAKE HISTORIC KINGS STADIUM IN LAS
VEGAS, NEW MEXICO, AND DOCUMENT THIS IMPORTANT
WORKS PROGRESS ADMINISTRATION WPA 1930’S MASONRY
STADIUM AND SITE.
STUDENTS WILL DEVELOP THE
DOCUMENTATION OF THE MASONRY BLEACHERS AND
RECORD
EXISTING
CONDITIONS.
ON
SITE
FIELD
MEASUREMENTS WILL INCLUDE AN UNDERSTANDING OF
MASONRY PATHOLOGIES, ITS REPAIR AND OPTIONS FOR ITS
REHABILITATION. RESEARCH OF THE SITE HISTORY AND
COMMUNITY NEEDS WILL BE COLLECTED TO BEST PROPOSE
POSSIBLE USES FOR THIS HISTORIC SITE.
SCHEMATIC
DESIGNS OF ADAPTIVE REUSE OF THE SITE WILL BE
CREATED THROUGH THE USE OF SKETCHES, DRAWINGS,
AND DIAGRAMS. PROPOSED SCHEMATIC DESIGNS WILL
PROJECT ALL POSSIBLE USES STIMULATED BY A GOOD
UNDERSTANDING OF THE SITE CONTEXT, HISTORICAL USE
AND COMMUNITY INPUT.
INSTRUCTOR: FRANCISCO UVIÑA-CONTRERAS, INTERIM
DIRECTOR, HISTORIC PRESERVATION AND REGIONALISM
GRADUATE CERTIFICATE PROGRAM AT UNM SCHOOL OF
ARCHITECTURE AND PLANNING
INSTRUCTORS:
GUEST SPEAKER: ALAN “MAC” WATSON, SANTA FE NATIVE,
SINCE 1975 HE HAS WORKED IN ARCHITECTURAL
CONSERVATION AS A LICENSED CONTRACTOR AND
PRINCIPAL OF WATSON CONSERVES, LLC
FRANCISCO UVIÑA-CONTRERAS
MOISES GONZALES, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, COMMUNITY
REGIONAL PLANNING, HEADS RESOURCE CENTER FOR
RAZA PLANNING (RCRP)
GUEST SPEAKER: NUMAIR LATIF, GRADUATE OF THE UNM
HISTORIC PRESERVATION AND REGIONALISM PROGRAM, AND
A RECIPIENT OF THE NEW MEXICO HERITAGE SCHOLARSHIP.
INSTRUCTOR: ALFONS POBLOCKI, NM BASED DESIGNER
WITH OVER 15 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN THE PRESERVATION
AND ADAPTIVE REUSE OF HISTORIC STRUCTURES.
GUEST SPEAKER: TIM B. CASTILLO, PROFESSOR OF
ARCHITECTURE AND DIRECTOR OF UNM’S DIGITAL MEDIA
ART, RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE LABORATORY
(ARTS LAB)
GUEST SPEAKER: SHAWN EVANS, AIA, DIRECTOR OF
PRESERVATION AND CULTURAL PROJECTS, ATKIN OLSHIN
SCHADE ARCHITECTS, AND JAMES MARSTON FITCH FELLOW
LAS VEGAS TOUR: ELMO BACA, FORMER DIRECTOR OF N.M.
STATE HISTORIC PRESERVATION DIVISION AND OF THE N.M.
MAIN STREET PROGRAM