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dc.contributor.authorSmoliansky, Kajsa
dc.date.accessioned2024-04-22T12:42:46Z
dc.date.available2024-04-22T12:42:46Z
dc.date.issued2024-04-22
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/2077/80877
dc.descriptionUppsats för avläggande av filosofie kandidatexamen med huvudområdet kulturvård med inriktning mot bygghantverk, 2024sv
dc.description.abstractThis thesis explores the narrow spaces between closely built houses in the over 300-year-old wooden town center of Mariestad, Sweden, and their potential as time capsules and sources of knowledge in cultural-historical building investigations. By interpreting well-preserved carpentry work on a facade in one of these spaces, the study aims to provide an example of how these preserved spaces can serve as a source of knowledge and understanding of craftsmanship and the history of the place. The thesis also addresses the municipality of Mariestad's work with cultural heritage, as well as maps out more of these potentially interesting interstitial spaces. Old Swedish wooden towns possess a high degree of uniqueness both nationally and internationally; nevertheless, they are subjected to relatively significant threats of demolitions and substantial changes, often in the form of many smaller restorations or changes over a long period of time. The focus of the case study is a window from the 16th or 17th century and the facade's old, hand planed wooden cladding. A conclusion drawn from the case study is that the examined facade harbors a different source material than what is observable on the other facades of the building, and that the material predates the facades facing the streets and possesses a high degree of authenticity. The case study also presents examples of potential uses for this type of source material, such as reference material in comparative studies of other architectural details, providing valuable insights into historical building practices and craft techniques. Additionally, it is observed that the interstitial spaces identified in this paper are not specifically mentioned in any cultural heritage documentation maintained by the Municipality of Mariestad, and they have not identified them as culturally or historically significant spaces with potential as valuable source material.sv
dc.language.isoswesv
dc.relation.ispartofseriesISSN 1101-3303sv
dc.subjecthistorical building craftssv
dc.subjecthand-planed wooden claddingsv
dc.subjectlead-glazed windowsv
dc.subjectcultural heritage conservationsv
dc.subjectcultural-historical time capsulesv
dc.subjecturban conservationsv
dc.subjecthantverksvetenskapsv
dc.subjecthistoriskt bygghantverksv
dc.subjectbevarande av kulturhistorisk bebyggelsesv
dc.subjecthandhyvlad panelsv
dc.subjectblyspröjsat fönstersv
dc.titleTrästadens dolda utrymmen: fasader i husens mellanrum som kulturhistoriskt källmaterialsv
dc.title.alternativeConcealed Spaces in 18th Century Swedish Towns: Hidden Facades and their Potential as Cultural Historical Source Materialsv
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dc.setspec.uppsokPhysicsChemistryMaths
dc.type.uppsokM2
dc.contributor.departmentUniversity of Gothenburg/Department of Conservationeng
dc.contributor.departmentGöteborgs universitet/Institutionen för kulturvårdswe
dc.type.degreeStudent essay


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