A project of the Historic Cities and Urban Settlements Initiative

Urban Conservation Planning in Southeast Asia seeks to improve urban conservation practice within Southeast Asia by offering a series of short, intensive, and practical courses for Malaysian urban planners and architects that emphasize internationally recognized urban conservation planning methodologies, including tools and techniques employed in the context of conservation and planning. This project is undertaken in partnership with two Malaysian institutions concerned with urban conservation: Badan Warisan Malaysia (a national non-governmental organization with a mission to protect cultural heritage) and Think City (part of Khazanah Nasional Berhad, a strategic investment fund of the Government of Malaysia). Read More

Urban Conservation
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Courses designed for planners and architects

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Materials used by conservation planners

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