Architectural regeneration / edited by Aylin Orbasli, Marcel Velling.
Contributor(s): Orbasli, Aylin [editor.] | Vellinga, Marcel [editor.].Material type: TextPublisher: Hoboken (USA) ; Chicester (UK) : Wiley Blackwell, c2020Description: xxx, 348 str. : ilustr. u bojama ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781119340324; 9781119340355.Subject(s): arhitektura i zajednica | arhitektonska obnova | održivi razvojAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Architectural regenerationDDC classification: 720.1/03
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Architectural regeneration in its theoretical context / Aylin Orbaşlı & Marcel Vellinga -- Rural regeneration / Marcel Vellinga & Sanja Lonca -- Teaching architectural regeneration / Aylin Orbaşlı, Marcel Vellinga, Julia Wedel and Geoffrey Randell.
"The book will address the different perspectives, scales and tools of architectural regeneration by means of detailed overviews of the current state of thinking and practice, with case studies from around the world used as examples to support the theoretical arguments. The chapters will focus on different scales and types of regeneration (urban, rural, suburban, temporary); discuss the economic, planning, policy and social contexts of regeneration processes; and investigate the role of the design process and the architect in them. Addresses the different perspectives, scales and tools of architectural regeneration by means of detailed overviews of the current state of thinking and practice Provides a thorough overview and discussion of architectural regeneration, in practice and theory Builds a theoretical framework under which the practice of architectural regeneration can be understood Includes extensive case studies from around the world as examples to support theoretical arguments"--