1 edition of Re-use architecture found in the catalog.
Chris van Uffelen
Economic transitions have left many buildings redundant & many structures are waiting to be put to new uses. This book presents projects that see barns transformed into houses, churches into restaurants, and apartments into offices. It also presents large-scale conversions, such as the remodelling of a port into a city district.
|Other titles||Reuse architecture|
|Statement||by Chris van Uffelen|
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|Number of Pages||407|
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Re-Use Architecture: Uffelen, Chris Van: : Books.5/5(1). On the background of long years of teaching and publishing, and using vivid imagery from Frankenstein to Rem Koolhaas and beyond, the author provides a comprehensive introduction to architectural design for adaptive reuse by: 3.
Economic and societal transitions have left many buildings redundant and numerous structures are waiting to be put to new uses. Due in part to an increasing awareness of ecological issues, but mainly thanks to the esteem currently enjoyed by any sort of historic building fabric, unused structures are now examined to determine what kind of new use might be suitable.
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Shop ARCHITECTURE Adaptive Reuse Renovation books. Written by an expert with many years of experience in both industry and academe, this book explores a wide range of sustainable design strategies which designers around the globe are using to create efficient and aesthetically pleasing buildings from waste streams and discarded by: 1.
This book is a highly illustrated "map," using photos, infographics and statistics, showing designers how they can successfully navigate the emerging field of resource management and the circular economy.
Using the Brighton Waste House Project as a basis for this, the book will look at key moments and landmark decisions made during its design and construction, as well as the people and. Dissertation completed for Bachelors degree in Architecture.
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For practitioners, citizens interested, and students alike, books on architecture offer. In Part three, “The adaptive reuse architecture,” Matteo speaks directly to architects, laying out a theoretical and historic framework for adaptive reuse, including typologies of industrial space.
Re-use architecture. [Chris van Uffelen] -- Economic transitions have left many buildings redundant & many structures are waiting to be put to new uses. This book presents projects that see barns transformed into houses, churches into.
As mounting demographic, economic, and ecological challenges limit opportunities for new construction, architects increasingly focus on transforming and adapting existing buildings.
This book introduces adaptive reuse as a new discipline. Adaptive reuse architecture and design. Adaptive reuse architecture and design. Home Projects Products Folders Books & Magazines Top ArchDaily's Monthly Topics Climate Crisis.
This is a slick, handsome coffee table book on shipping container architecture. The photography is great and they also include floor plans for a lot of them.
It is a good portfolio of the showier, container buildings/5(4). Mughal architecture, building style that flourished in northern and central India under the patronage of the Mughal emperors from the midth to the late 17th century. The Mughal period marked a striking revival of Islamic architecture in northern India.
The book is titled RE–USA: 20 American Stories of Adaptive Reuse. It’s written by Matteo Robiglio, an architecture professor at the Politecnico di Torino’s Design Architecture Department in Italy.
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