The Sustainable Adaptive Reuse of Riddel’s Warehouse.
Re-using existing buildings towards sustainable regeneration Dr Aylin Orbasli, BArch, DPhil March 2009 Key words: regeneration, adaptive reuse, sustainability Abstract Heritage or conservation-led regeneration has now become an accepted and recognised approach to the conservation, economic and social development of historic areas. The benefits of re-using the existing building stock, however.
Adaptive reuse as an emerging discipline on the crossing between architecture and conservation (thesis chapter 2).
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As part of the solution, this dissertation explores the adaptive reuse of the existing Agrivaal Building in Pretoria, South Africa. The early Modern, Art Deco infl uenced Agrivaal Building has been left dormant for a number of years, with the intention of being renovated and brought to life. However political and sensitive debate has hindered the progress of the abandoned building. This.
The paper presents a survey of scholarly literature on the subject of adaptive reuse within the discipline of heritage conservation and architecture. The different theories are compared and classified according to their approach towards adaptive reuse. Three main approaches can be distinguished: typological, technical and architectural strategies. Each approach is discussed separately and an.
AHN-DISSERTATION.pdf (12.43Mb) Date 2009-05-15. Author. Ahn, You Kyong. Metadata Show full item record. Abstract. This study investigates the adaptive reuse of abandoned historic churches. Since churches serve as cultural heritage symbols, the public becomes concerned with maintaining the historic integrity of these buildings. More so, this phenomenon is accentuated when the church is.
This dissertation focuses on the adaptive reuse of conservation-worthy industrial buildings in Cape Town. South Africa. Issues addressed in this study range from conservation and design attitudes towards the buildings. to the impact of location on possibilities for adaptive reuse. new functional opportunities offered by typical structural and building forms and spaces, and the economical.