During the past November 21, 22 and 23, the “1st Symposium of Cultural and Natural Heritage ICOMOS Spain” to which the architect Jaime Baladrón Laborda attended as speaker on behalf of INERIA Management, took place at the School of Mining Engineering of the Polytechnic University of Madrid Management. The presentation of Jaime Baladrón was entitled “Intangible Architectural Heritage: Bioclimatic Analysis of Spanish Popular Architecture”.
The I Annual Symposium of Natural and Cultural Heritage ICOMOS-Spain seeks to offer the Spanish community of experts in cultural and natural heritage the ideal forum for the presentation of the latest research and developments in the field of conservation, restoration, documentation, protection and dissemination of monuments, groups and sites of natural and cultural heritage.
The Symposium poses a broad view, seeking the encounter of various disciplines and different types of professionals such as architects, historians, archaeologists, art historians, geographers, geologists, naturalists, anthropologists, restorers, engineers, urban planners, etc.
The meeting is not limited only to World Heritage sites but is open to all types of monuments and sites including emerging and endangered heritage, admitting both case studies and synthesis and reflection. However, in its first edition, issues related to mining-industrial heritage and UNESCO chairs will have special consideration.