Conservation in Tuscany

Raat, Tony van
November 2011
Architecture New Zealand;Nov/Dec2011, Issue 6, following p24
Trade Publication
The article reports that the NZIA Auckland Branch has partnered with its equivalent in Tuscany on a proposed course on architectural conservation written by a group of Italian architects and academics specifically for New Zealand architects and students.


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