2 edition of New uses for old buildings found in the catalog.
New uses for old buildings
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|Statement||[by] Sherban Cantacuzino.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 264 p.|
|Number of Pages||264|
Some eyes glaze over when preservationists talk about "historic building stock," but what they really mean is a community's inventory of old buildings ready to fulfill new uses. 5. Old buildings are reminders of a city's culture and : National Trust For Historic Preservation. New Uses for Old Buildings Author Cantacuzino, Sherban Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Very Good Jacket condition Very Good Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Lakewood, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Whitney Library of Design Place of Publication New York Date published Keywords.
NEW APARTMENTS FROM HISTORIC OLD TOWN HOUSES. Two historic buildings in Newcastle upon Tyne, which have been derelict for years, have been restored to their former glory. The Summerhill Apartments to the west of Newcastle city centre have been restored as part of a plan to regenerate one of the city’s conservation area. “Tax credits make these projects happen,” Crawford, of Preservation Pennsylvania, said. “We end up getting new uses for the buildings and saving the historic fabric.” But these tax incentives, which make financing possible for many developers, are on the chopping block by legislators looking for reductions in government : Alan Jaffe.
Buy New Design for Old Buildings 1 by Iain Boyd, Roger Hunt (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low 5/5(3). sep - Historic preservationists and environmentalists praise the values of adaptive reuse. But what is it? Find out, with examples from Europe and the U.S.
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See search results for this author. Are you an author. Learn about Author Central Cited by: Browsable as it is, this book breaks no new ground but instead reiterates the trend of finding contemporary interior uses for distinguished as well as ordinary older structures.
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New Uses for Old Buildings Belmont House, Shetland INTRODUCTION New Uses for Old Buildings examines some of the opportunities and challenges around the issues of re-use of. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. From inside the book.
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Adaptive reuse - a process of retrofitting old buildings for new uses - allows structures to retain their historic integrity while meeting the needs of modern occupants. Restoration of Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre has brought the historic property back to life.
This building is part of a larger adaptive-reuse project for an entire performing. In this book, Richard Griffiths describes the creation of new architecture for old buildings, through the story of his practice and of the projects that he has completed over 25 years.
The book is richly illustrated with colour photographs and includes the following: • The layering of history: SutBrand: RGA.
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New Uses for Books By Real Simple Updated Febru Adaptive reuse, or adaptive re-use architecture, is the process of repurposing buildings that have outlived their original purposes for different uses or functions while at the same time retaining their historic increasing number of examples can be found around the world.
A closed school may be converted into condominiums. the future. Redundant buildings are vulnerable to neglect, decay and eventually demolition. The best way to conserve a heritage building, structure or site is to use it.
Adaptation or adaptive reuse offers new uses for old places. The new use needs to be compatible with the building, retain its historic character. Old Buildings, New Forms is a survey of the very best in rebuilding, with nearly 30 projects from around the world.” —Wallpaper “Full of some great examples of how old buildings are not static set pieces; they are canvases for the continuing evolution of.
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Free shipping for many products!. Architecture Transformed is a detailed investigation into the adaptation and conversion of existing buildings as a distinctive type of architectural design.
Examples of this work abound. Renzo Piano has transformed the legendary Fiat factory into a cultural and commercial complex; a former public school in Long Island City, NY has become P.S.1 Institute for Contemporary Art; and a. Finding new uses for old buildings. North Bay coworking space springs up from old public school 0.
Feb 20 you book it and you pay for the time you use it.” New development has shifted to the north end of the city near Canadore College and Nipissing University, leaving the neighbours feeling somewhat discarded.Preserving old buildings, not just as museums, but actually putting them to use, produces such fantastic cities as London, Istanbul, Rome and a countless other places that are vibrant and desirable to live in not because of their new buildings, but because of their old ones.