Endangered Wooden Architecture Programme

To establish a grant-giving programme that offers grants for the documentation of endangered wooden architecture.

The Endangered Wooden Architecture Programme is a grant-giving programme that offers grants for the documentation of endangered wooden architecture. By providing funding to researchers and maintaining an open-access digital repository, its objectives are to document endangered wooden building traditions and preserve the record long term. The programme will also develop research capacity, foster new collaborations and initiatives, and raise awareness and appreciation of the value and significance of wooden architecture around the world.

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Location: Worldwide Organiser(s): Oxford Brookes University Project partner(s): CyArk Funder(s): Arcadia Funding received: $6,057,000.00 USD Commencement Date: 08/2016 Project Status: Active
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