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Rescue and reuse: Communities, heritage and architecture

Author/EditorWaterson M : Morrison, Ian (Author)
Waterson, Merlin (Author)
Publisher: RIBA Publishing
ISBN: 9781859467787
Pub Date01/03/2019
BindingHardback
Pages176
Dimensions (mm)276(h) * 219(w)
This book explores how historic buildings across the UK have been brought back to life through the technical and enabling skills, creativity and sensitivity of architects. Exemplar projects explored through richly illustrated case studies demonstrate the value to society of re-using historic buildings.
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Historic buildings and places play an essential role in the everyday lives of the people of the UK, their cultural identity and the economy. They can inspire creativity and enterprise, bring communities together, and make people happier about where they live. This book explores how historic buildings across the UK have been brought back to life through the technical and enabling skills, creativity and sensitivity of architects. Exemplar projects explored through richly illustrated case studies demonstrate the value to society of re-using historic buildings and will inspire a new generation of architects to get involved with community heritage projects at a time of great opportunity. Drawing on interviews with architects and their community clients, this book explores the challenges that they face, how they are overcome, and the benefits that follow.

Historic buildings and places play an essential role in the everyday lives of the people of the UK, their cultural identity and the economy. They can inspire creativity and enterprise, bring communities together, and make people happier about where they live. This book explores how historic buildings across the UK have been brought back to life through the technical and enabling skills, creativity and sensitivity of architects. Exemplar projects explored through richly illustrated case studies demonstrate the value to society of re-using historic buildings and will inspire a new generation of architects to get involved with community heritage projects at a time of great opportunity. Drawing on interviews with architects and their community clients, this book explores the challenges that they face, how they are overcome, and the benefits that follow.

Merlin Waterson CBE is an architectural historian, artist and author of books on social history, architectural conservation and philanthropy. Formerly Director of Properties at the National Trust and Chairman of the AHF, he is currently a serving member of the National Heritage Memorial Fund Advisory Panel. Ian Morrison has over 25 years' professional experience working in architectural conservation. Now Director of Planning at Historic England, Ian was previously Chief Executive of the Architectural Heritage Fund and Head of Historic Environment at the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), where he had held the lead UK policy role for the historic environment. He is a serving member of the Cathedrals Fabric Commission for England and Historic England's Expert Advisory Group.

Foreword Preface: 99% of historic buildings are not redundant artefacts Chapter 1 Replace or recycle? Chapter 2 Downsize Chapter 3 Live Chapter 4 Work Chapter 5 Shop Chapter 6 Play Chapter 7 Learn Chapter 8 Visit Chapter 9 Integrate Conclusion: constructing our future from our past.

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