- Europa Nostra
- Europa Nostra - European Cultural Heritage Summit
- Europa Nostra - Berlin Call to Action
- IEHC - Committee members and CV's
- IEHC Chairman's Report to Europa Nostra General Assembly
- IEHC - Publications projects
- IEHC - Activities
- Dr Pierre Laconte (BE) - Chairman
- Mr David Morgan, MBE, TD (UK) - Vice-Chairman
- Dr Paul Smith (FR) - Scientific Director
- Drs Hildebrand de Boer (NL) - International Secretary
- Peter Ovenstone (UK) - Secretary
- Drs Rienko Wilton (NL) - Founding Secretary
- Ing. Eusebi Casanelles i Rahola (ES)
- Prof. Dr Dietrich Soyez (DE)
- Dr Piotr Gerber (PL)
- Dr Christian Hanus (AT)
- Mr Cyril Winskell, MBE, FRIBA (UK)
- Arch. Francesco Calzolaio (IT)
Dr Pierre Laconte (BE) - Chairman
Pierre Laconte, founding chairman, was one of the three planners in charge of the “Groupe Urbanisme-Architecture” entrusted with the planning and architectural coordination of the new university town Louvain-la-Neuve near Brussels. He chairs the Foundation for Urban Enviroment (www.ffue.org). Pierre Laconte is Council member of Europa Nostra and expert-member of ICOMOS. Dr h.c. Edinburgh Napier University.
Mr David Morgan, MBE, TD (UK) - Vice-Chairman
David Morgan is President of the European Federation of Museum and Tourist Railways FEDECRAIL and of the World Association of Tourist Trams and Trains WATTRAIN. He is also Deputy-President of the Transport Trust, the UK charity that supports all forms of transport preservation, and Chairman of the Maritime Trust.
Dr Paul Smith (FR) - Scientific Director
Dr. Smith is historian and researcher at the Heritage Department of the French Ministry of Culture and Communication in Paris.
Drs Hildebrand de Boer (NL) - International Secretary
Hildebrand P.G. de Boer was born in 1955 in the Netherlands. Doctoraal degree in Art History and Archaeology at the State University of Groningen. Since 1983 he is professionally active in the field of heritage conservation, redevelopment and tourism, with emphasis on industrial and military heritage. De Boer is director of the Holland Route Foundation. Besides his international activities for Europa Nostra, ICOMOS and TICCIH, de Boer is Vice-President of the European Route of Industrial Heritage (ERIH e.V.).
Peter Ovenstone (UK) - Secretary
Current principle executive Heritage Railways Association roles are as Company Secretary, Chairman of HRA Heritage Committee and Chairman of HRA Scottish Committee. Professional qualification as Scottish sollicitor.
Ambas. Rienko Wilton (NL) - Founding Secretary
Growing up at his grandfathers shipyard in Rotterdam and destined to become fourth generation of shipbuilding naval architects, Wilton’s carreer followed a different direction. Het got a doctoraal degree in Politican Science at Amsterdam University and served as a Beirut based Middle East Correspondent for Dutch/ Belgian press-media. Joined the Netherlands Diplomatic Service in 1982 with postings in The Hague, Canberra, Bonn (Cultural Attache), Stockholm and Valletta (Ambassador). Joined Europa Nostra as volunteer in the field of IH and became IEHC Secretary at the very outset.
Ing. Eusebi Casanelles i Rahola (ES)
Born in 1948. Industrial Engineer. Director of the Museu de la Ciecia i de la Tecnica de Catalunya. Former President of TICCIH (2000-2009).
Prof. Dr Dietrich Soyez (DE)
Dr Dietrich Soyez, Professor emeritus Geography, University of Cologne, major focus on Enviromental Economic Geography and Industrial (Heritage) Tourism. Since 2007 part-time Professor at Sun Yat-sen University/P.R. China. Dr Soyez is Vice-President of the International Geographical Union IGU.
PhD Eng. Arch. Piotr Gerber (PL)
Lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture at Wrocław University of Technology. Author of more than sixty publications on industrial architecture and protection of industrial heritage. Involved in rescuing industrial heritage in Poland. Involved, as an architect and manager, in hospital design and renovation projects. Member of the Monument Protection Council affiliated with the Ministry of Culture. Founder of the Museum of Industry and Railway in Silesia and the Foundation for the Protection of Silesian Industrial Heritage. His activities in the Foundation include the rescue of several industrial facilities important to the industrial history of Silesia.
Dr Christian Hanus (AT)
Christian Hanus graduated 2001 and completed his doctoral studies in 2006 at the ETH Zürich. He has been working at the Danube University Krems since 2007. He developed and supervised the successful teaching-program “Refurbishment and Revitalization”. Furthermore, he has been in charge of several national and international research-projects. He is Dean of the Faculty of Education, Arts and Architecture and Head of Department for Building and Environment.
Mr Cyril Winskell, MBE, FRIBA (UK)
Born in North Shields, England in 1932, Cyril Winskell was educated and has practised as an architect on Tyneside throughout his working life. Past President of the Northern Architectural Association. He has specialised in building conservation and is responsible for many conservation projects in the north of England. A watercolourist of note whose architectural drawings have been hung in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions.
Arch. Francesco Calzolaio (IT)
Francesco Calzolaio was born in 1959 in Italy. He has a degree in Architecture from the Università Iuav di Venezia. Since 1999 he is teaching at the Venetian Workshop of the University of Minnesota (College of Design) where he is Adjunct Associated Professor at the Department of Landscape Architecture. Francesco Calzolaio is devoted to: design housing accessible to all kind of users, to the rehabilitation of industrial patrimony and to the management of international networks dedicated to the enhancement of the cultural territorial heritage. He is President of the cultural association Venti di Cultura, member of TICCIH and ICOMOS and since 2011 of Europa Nostra’s IEHC.
Legend: (c) Piotr Gerber 2017 – Meeting Katowice