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Adaptive Reuse of the Built Heritage
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Introduction. Part 1. 1. Historical Background. 2. Intervention Strategies. 3. Adaptive Reuse for Urban. Regeneration. 4. Genius Loci. 5. Concluding reflections. Part 2. 1. Diocletian Palace, Split (vernacular transformation from the 7th century onwards). 2. Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri, Rome (Michelangelo, 1553-1556). 3. Castelvecchio Museum, Verona (Scarpa, 1959-1973). 4. SESC Pompeia, Sao Paulo (Lina Bo Bardi, 1977-1986). 5. Attocha Station, Madrid (Moneo, 1984 - 1992). 6. Kunsthaus Tacheles, Berlin (squatter community, 1990-2014). 7. Palais de Tokyo, Paris (Lacaton & Vassal, 2000-2002 and 2012-2014). 8. Library Escuelas Pias San Fernando, Madrid (Jose Ignacio Linazasoro, 1996-2004). 9. Kolumba Art Museum, Cologne (Zumthor, 2003-2007). 10. Neues Museum, Berlin (David Chipperfield & Julian Harrap, 1997-2009). 11. C-Mine, Genk (51N4E, 2011). 12. Park Spoor Noord, Antwerp (2006-2011). 13. Park Avenue Armory, New York (Herzog & De Meuron, 2006 - ungoing). 14. Sir John Soan Museum, London (Caruso St John, 2009-2012). 15. Former Prison, Hasselt (NoAarchitecten, 2008-2012). 16. OFF Piotrkowka, Lodz (2011-ungoing). 17. Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (Cruz y Ortiz Arquitectos, 2000-2013). 18. Fondaco Dei Tedeschi, Venice (OMA, 2009-2016). 19. De Flat Kleiburg, Amsterdam (NL Architect & XVW architectuur, 2012-2016). 20. St Joseph church, Ghent (TV TRACE, feasibility study 2017). Index.

About the Author

Bie Plevoets holds a PhD in architecture and works on theory of adaptive reuse in the research group Trace - Adaptive Reuse and Heritage in the Faculty of Architecture and Arts at Hasselt University, Belgium. She teaches courses on adaptive reuse at BA and MA levels. Koenraad Van Cleempoel is Professor of Art History in the Faculty of Architecture and Arts at Hasselt University, Belgium, where he is also a member of the research group Trace. He was previously holder of the Pieter Paul Rubens Chair at the University of California, Berkeley, USA.

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"Retrofitting of the built environment is one of the most significant challenges for a sustainable future. This book is the result of a long-time effort to establish adaptive reuse as a discipline in its own right. Working with existing buildings has too often been regarded as a second-rate architectural task, the authors show compellingly that this is not the case. Adaptive Reuse of the Built Heritage differs positively from most other books on the subject. Where others are, most often, best-practice-oriented, technical or theoretical, this book combines theoretical approaches with practical tools, it covers philosophical and ethical questions and spans from conservation and restoration perspectives to design and aesthetics. I can heartily recommend this to anybody interested in the field."

Professor Ola Wetterberg, Department of Conservation, University of Gothenburg. and Director of the Centre for Critical Heritage Studies

"The book investigates a vibrant intersection of fields related to the reuse and re-imagination of our existing built environment. Insight, intangible and tangible analysis, strategies, synthesis, and poetry are drawn from and connected to various fields such as Interior Design, Architecture, Conservation, Planning, Philosophy, and History to allow a holistic remaking based on embedded potentials of a host site."

Markus Berger, Associate Professor, Graduate Program Director, Department of Interior Architecture, Rhode Island School of Design

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