The (In)tangible Heritage(s) conference invites delegates to visit Canterbury to explore how architects, digital modellers, conservationists and historians often work in collaboration.
The conference's keynote presentation is about The Soane Project by Robert AM Stern Architects and Hewlett Packard, which used open-source digital modelling to reconstruct Sir John Soane's lost bank of England project in London.
Other speakers are presenting work on projects to conserve existing buildings, build modern extensions to historic structures, find innovative ways of working in heritage sites and use BIM to build models of sites and buildings for museums.
(In)tangible Heritage(s) aims to provide a platform for participants to showcase work and ideas, network with others and publish videos and articles about their projects.
(In)tangible Heritage(s): Technology, Heritage and Architecture takes place 15 to 17 June 2022 in Canterbury, United Kingdom and online at architecturemps.com/canterbury-2022.