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Asian Academy Poster Competition 2006

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At the AAHM Strategy Meeting on 2 October 2006, the international jury comprised of conservation experts from AAHM member institutions discussed the winner of the AAHM Poster Competition.  It was held under the theme: “Asian Approaches to Conservation”.  And the winner went to:

Title of Poster:    Urban conservation at Ban-Don Community

Name:           Mr Thammarat Srikana

                      Ms Neungnoot Homhuan

                      Mr Pongsatorn Tan-areya

from Master of Urban and Environmental Planning, Kasetsart University, Thailand

Award was given by Richard Engelhardt (UNESCO) and Gamini Wijesuriya (ICCROM) during the AAHM Research Conference in Bangkok on 3 October 2006.


Student Poster Competition

Recognizing the importance of diverse perspectives and approaches to built heritage conservation, the modern Asian Architecture Network (mAAN) and the Asian Academy for Heritage Management (AAHM) invite undergraduate and postgraduate students from all over the world to submit a poster that conveys the objectives, methods, and outcomes of a conservation project or research work. 

This poster competition will be held concurrent to the 7th mAAN conference, entitled ‘Asian Cities – Legacies of Modernity’, which will be held from 23 to 25 February 2009 in New Delhi, India and within the overall framework of the AAHM in the sustainable management of heritage resources. The organizers shall attempt to display all the submitted posters during the 7th mAAN conference. Selected entries shall also be published in the conference proceedings. 

The main theme of the project should be focused on the built heritage and the ways of its sustainable use, which cover the current trends on conservation, architecture, urban development and heritage management. The project can be of any scale, from a single building to a cityscape. It may include conservation or adaptive re-use of existing buildings, as well as the introduction of new buildings, if appropriate to the demands of site and programme. It may also include conservation of streetscapes or urban quarters. 

Projects should address the following issues:

  • Sustaining the use of existing buildings;
  • Integrated approach to supporting the local community’s use of  space and the extension of their cultural continuum;
  • Contributing to urban revitalisation;
  • Understanding existing cultural landscapes and townscapes.

Please, download the guidelines for more information:

For downloading the project description form, click here:

For downloading project registration form, click here: 

Deadline for submissions is: 10 February 2009

For more information, please visit mAAN web-page or email to: