Buddhist
Architecture
in the Western
Himalayas

CURRENT PROJECT

2018-2021: FWF Project P30685 Buddhist Architecture of the Western Himalayas: Architectural Research in Dolpo/Nepal, Institute of Architectural Theory, Art History and Cultural Studies, Graz University of Technology. Project leader: Anselm Wagner. Scientific co-workers: Birgit Androschin, Carmen Auer, Dieter Bauer. Involved experts: Amy Heller, Christian Luczanits and Holger Neuwirth

PREVIOUS PROJECTS

2011-2014: FWF Project P22857 Early Buddhist architecture of the Western Himalayas, Institute of Architectural Theory, Art History and Cultural Studies, Graz University of Technology. Project leader: Holger Neuwirth. Scientific co-workers: Dieter Bauer, Bettina Paschke, Martina Rössl, Claudia Wrumnig. Involved expert: Carmen Auer

2007-2010: FWF Project P19698 Early Buddhist architecture of the Western Himalayas, Institute of Architectural Theory, Art History and Cultural Studies, Graz University of Technology. Project leader: Holger Neuwirth. Scientific co-workers: Carmen Auer, Dieter Bauer, Dagmar Ley, Bettina Paschke, Martina Rössl. Involved experts: Christian Luczanits, Anton Reithofer

2001-2006: FSP-Sub Project S8703 Buddhist architecture of the Western Himalayas, Institute of Architectural Theory, Art History and Cultural Studies, Graz University of Technology. Project leader: Holger Neuwirth. Scientific co-workers: Carmen Auer, Hubert Feigelsdorfer, Gerald Kozicz, Marianne Pecnik, Erich Rieger, Heinrich Sickl. Involved experts: Christian Luczanits, Anton Reithofer

1999-2001: FWF Project P13249 Monastery architecture in the Kingdom of Guge, (Bauaufnahmen, Bauforschung und Denkmalpflege am Beispiel der Klosteranlagen von Tholing und Tsaparang im ehemaligen Königreich von Guge/Tibet. Ergänzungsprojekt zum Antrag des Institutes für Tibetologie, Universität Wien), Institut für Baukunst, Graz University of Technology. Project leader: Holger Neuwirth. Scientific co-worker: Gerald Kocziz. Involved experts: Wolfgang Heusgen, Christian Luczanits

Other fundings:
2010-2014: Save Dangkhar. Research and restauration project, financed by Markus Weisskopf (Basel, Switzerland), Institute of Architectural Theory, Art History and Cultural Studies, Graz University of Technology. In cooperation with the Achi Association (2010), the Institute of Conservation of the University of Applied Arts Vienna and the Institute of Applied Geosciences of the Graz University of Technology. Project leader: Carmen Auer. Scientific co-worker: Bauer Dieter. Involved experts: Tanja Bayerova, Maria Gruber, Scott Kieffer, Gabriela Krist, Yannick Laurent, Holger Neuwirth, Christoph Steinbauer, Kathrin Schmidt, Jitender Yadav.