The CH4IG partners, with their diverse cultural competencies and geographical experiences, have implemented an international consortium strategy for sharing knowledge and information about relevant research and practices.
The SEAMEO Regional Centre for Archaeology and Fine Arts (SEAMEO SPAFA) is an autonomous and specialised centre of the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization (SEAMEO), an international organization dedicated to promoting cooperation in education, science and culture in Southeast Asia. This Bangkok-based centre is hosted by the Government of Thailand to promote professional competence, awareness and preservation of cultural heritage, in the fields of archaeology and fine arts in Southeast Asia. SEAMEO-SPAFA has collaborated with ICCROM on numerous capacity building initiatives on heritage conservation for the region.
A reference in the field of architecture and physical environment design with excellence on par with the world's leading educational institutions producing graduates with international knowledge based on cultural identity, social responsibility and professional ethics
Turquoise Mountain was founded in 2006 by HRH the Prince of Wales to preserve and promote cultural heritage and support artisan communities in the Middle East and Asia. Since 2006, Turquoise Mountain has restored over 150 historic buildings, trained thousands of artisans and builders, built over 50 small businesses, and supported over $17 million in sales of traditional crafts to international markets. We have also curated major exhibitions at museums around the world, from Buckingham Palace to the Smithsonian in Washington D.C.
Turquoise Mountain has been working in Myanmar since 2016. Our work in Myanmar focuses on the restoration and adaptive re-use of historic buildings in downtown Yangon, the preservation and promotion of traditional craftsmanship, arts education, the social and economic development of artisan communities, and harnessing cultural heritage to promote dialogue and solidarity.
School of Architecture, Art, and Design, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang was originally a school of advanced training for designers and builders that was established in 1963. The school developed and now contains five departments; Architecture and planning, Interior Architecture, Industrial Design, Communication Art and Design, and Fine Art. The school encourages creative teaching and learning, supports academic works and research as well as maintains precious arts and culture.
SAAD is now moving forward to drive the vision of TOP 10 ASEAN to achieve this goal and strive to create innovative design leaders and integrate arts and science through international-oriented research, leading to sustainable world society.
English Heritage is a not-for-profit organisation that cares for over 400 ancient monuments and historic buildings across England. Our aim is to bring history to life through informed conservation, imaginative visitor experience and meaningful community engagement that brings real benefits to local people. As practitioners and leaders in sustainable conservation, we look to work with partners to bring new approaches to caring for built heritage, supporting the skills needed to care for in the future, and the knowledge to address the impacts of climate change.
Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Global Heritage (CAUGH) at Nottingham Trent University focuses on the investigation of human aspects of architecture, spatial practices, urban heritage, material culture and the built environment within the ever-changing urban and social structures of contemporary cities. The research, development, and consultancy provide cutting edge innovation, creativity, and analysis of historic centres, buildings and heritage sites in the UK, Europe, and globally.