Asian Revitalization: Adaptive Reuse in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Singapore(中文書)

書名 Asian Revitalization: Adaptive Reuse in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Singapore(中文書)
亞洲活化建築:香港、上海及新加坡的活化再用
作者 Edited by Katie Cummer and Lynne D. DiStefano
出版社 香港大學出版社
出版日期 2021-01-01
ISBN 9789888528561
定價 990
特價 93折   921
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分類 中文書>建築設計>各式建築

商品簡介

Adaptive reuse refers to reusing an old building for a purpose other than which it was originally built or designed. This conservation approach has become increasingly popular around the world. However, there are few publications that focus on its application in Asia. This book fills this gap by looking at both unique and shared aspects of adaptive reuse in three Asian urban centers: Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Singapore. Building on government policy documents and extensive field work, this book contextualizes adaptive reuse in each city and reveals the impetus behind a wide range of projects from revitalization in Hong Kong, commercial development in Shanghai, to community building in Singapore.
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Asian Revitalization: Adaptive Reuse in Hong Kong, Shanghai, and Singapore

作者簡介

Katie Cummer is the principal heritage consultant of Cummer Heritage Consulting. She was the founding director of the Bachelor of Arts in Conservation Degree offered by the Division of Architectural Conservation Programmes (ACP) at the University of Hong Kong. She is the co-author of Heritage Revealed (2014). Lynne D. DiStefano is an adjunct professor and academic advisor for the Division of Architectural Conservation Programmes (ACP), of which she was also a founder and the second Director (2003–2005). She is a co-author of Small God, Big City: Earth God Shrines in Urban Hong Kong (2013) and Hong Kong Corner Houses (2011).
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