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Rescue & reuse :

by Waterson, Merlin,
, communities, heritage and architecture /
Additional authors: Morrison, Ian, -- editor.
Published by : RIBA Publishing, (London :) Physical details: ix, 166 pages : color illustrations ; 28 x 23 cm. ISBN:9781859467787; 1859467784.
Subject(s): Architecture -- Conservation and restoration. | Historic buildings -- Remodeling for other use.
Year: 2019
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Replace or review? : case studies: Granby Four Streets, Toxteth, Liverpool, Brunel Goods Shed, Stroud, The Ivy House, Nunhead, Custom House, Leith, Wentworth Woodhouse -- Downsize : case studies : Sheffield General Cemetary, The Town Hall, Hebden Bridge, Devonport Town Hall -- Live : case studies : Stanley Mills, Perthshire, Royal William Yard, Plymouth -- Work : case studies : Porthmeor Studios, St Ives, Castlemilk Stables, Glasgow, Sum Studios, Sheffield -- Shop : case studies: Middleport Pottery, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, Holmes Mill, Clitheroe, and Pendle Village Mill, Nelson -- Play : case studies: Clevedon Pier, The Hippodrome, Bo'ness, West Boathouse, Glasgow Green, Saltdean Lido, Brighton, Kelvingrove Bandstand and Amphitheatre, Glasgow -- Learn : case studies: Calton Hill, Edinburgh, Thomas Whitty House, Axminster, Lower Lodge, Ashton Court, Bristol -- Visit : case studies: Richard III's Tomb, Leicester Cathedral, Blists Hill, Ironbridge, Oxford Castle, Kelmscott Manor, Oxfordshire and David Parr House, Cambridge, King Edward Mine, Camborne, Cornwall -- Integrate : case studies : Bishop's Gate Hotel, Derry, Dronfield Hall Barn -- Constructing our future from our past.

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.

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