Architectural conservation is the process by which the material used and its design durability of mankind’s built Architectural history is prolonged to last longer or to be kept sustainable, in general. The popular techniques used to conserve such Architectural heritages include rehabilitation, restoration, reconstruction and preservation. You don’t have to technically use all of them for the success of conservation. The three most prominent factors affecting any Architectural heritage are the environment, pollution and tourism. You might wonder how tourism adversely affects the Architectural heritage? Tourism indeed has a positive outlook on the economic, cultural and educational fields but more tourists mean greater humidity and water presence, which can lead to erosion.
Here at Sigma College of Architecture, one of the top Architectural colleges in South India we aim to instill knowledge of the past and ensure the Architectural beauties that we have come to love remain the same for all future generations