“GAU initiates a new period for
the Archaeological and Cultural
Heritage of Cyprus”
First in Cyprus, the International Design Workshop which is to be held in Girne American University, will be attended by leaders of the world in “Architecture and Restoration”- the Italian Rome Sapienza University and Rome Architecture, Planning, Landscape, Design and Restoration Institution under the title of Architecture and Restoration and under the sub-title of redesigning the Lambousa area.
Girne American University aims to contribute to both the preservation of archaeological and cultural heritage of Cyprus and the promotion of the country through the cooperative international design workshop of the Italian Rome Sapienza University and Rome Architecture, Planning, Landscape, Design and Restoration Institution which is to be held for the first time in Cyprus under the title of “Architecture and Restoration”.
North Cyprus Cultural Heritage and the Kingdom of Lambousa will be redesigned
Executed by Architecture Doctorate School Director of Rome Sapienza University – Prof. Dr. Giuseppe Strappa and Vice-Dean of GAU Faculty of Architecture, Design and Fine Arts – Hossein Sadri and scientifically directed by the member of the faculty of Sapienza University and Girne American University – Dr. Alessandro Camiz, the “Architecture and Restoration” workshop will be held under the subtitles of reading and redesigning the Lambousa area. This significant study will gather academicians, professionals and students from 10 different countries of Europe and the Middle East.
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Sadri: “GAU initiates a new period for the Archaeological and Cultural Heritage of Cyprus.”
Vice-Dean of GAU Faculty of Architecture, Design and Fine Arts – Hossein Sadri has stated that the International Design Workshop which is planned to be held between the dates of 19th to 29th November 2014 is a significant attempt as it aims to preserve the North Cypriot cultural heritage and carry out restoration by scientific methods according to the original features.
Sadri also reported that Lapithos archaeological field, Achiropitou Monastery and Eulalios Church areas will benefit during the common international design workshop under the administration of the Architect and Historian – Dr. Alessandro Camiz.