Architecture in conservation : managing development at historic sites
Call Number
DDC: 720/.47
London [uk] & New York [us] : Routledge, 1994.
ix, 163 hlm.: ilus.; 26 cm.
Architecture in conservation : managing development at historic sites
James Strike
Arsitektur -- Konservasi dan restorasi
Bibliografi: hlm. 157-159 dan indeks;
SERI: Heritage : care-preservation-management;Heritage

Architecture in Conservation addresses the problems museums and heritage organizations face in their attempts to adapt old buildings and historic sites to meet the needs of both administrators and visitors. More specifically, this book discusses how to integrate new buildings into historic sites. James Strike answers for example, the question of how to create a visitors' center at Stonehenge.

These problems become still more complex when budgets are minimal and when damage to the environment or setting is a distinct possibility. Architecture in Conservation argues that members of the heritage industry must respond sensitively to the limitations or potential of the environment. The book contains a number of international case studies which illustrate both good and bad examples of building practice and is a helpful handbook for those commissioning heritage work.

Daftar Isi
List of illustrations
1. Introduction
1.1. The aim of the book
1.2. Identifying the problem
1.3. The conservation field
1.4. The scope of study
2. The field of study
2.1. Views of history
2.2. Present attitudes
2.3. The special character of historic sites
2.4. Guides and regulations
3. Connections by association
3.1. The concept of association
3.2. The role of perception
3.3. Cognitive and instinctive actions
3.4. Buildings as symbols
3.5. Ideas and emotions
3.6. Levels of comprehension
3.7. Layers of meaning
3.8. Translation of ideas into architecture
3.9. The significance of time
4. Response to location
4.1. Historical tracks and paths
4.2. External spaces
4.3. Formal and informal sites
4.4. Layers of history
4.5. Allegiance of the new architecture
4.6. Grain and matrix
4.7. Regional traditions
5. At the monument
5.1. The paths of lords and servants
5.2. Perceptual transparency
5.3. Inside or outside space
5.4. Enclosures
5.5. New roofs and umbrellas
5.6. Egg in the basket
5.7. A sense of separation
6. Connections by assimilation
6.1. Shape and proportion
6.2. Morphology
6.3. Mother and child
6.4. Transitions
6.5. Syntax and detail
6.6. Modern use of historical details
7. Presence or anonymity
7.1. Blend or blatant
7.2. Concealed architecture
7.3. Preservation or restoration
7.4. Replacing lost fabric
7.5. Building history
7.6. Opposites
8. The way forward
8.1. Duty of care
8.2. Market forces
8.3. Commissioning the project
8.4. Quality
8.5. Approach
Notes and references


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