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Architectural Regeneration

Orbasli, Aylin / Vellinga, Marcel (Editor)

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1. Edition September 2020
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Architectural Regeneration will address the different perspectives, scales and tools of architectural regeneration by means of detailed overviews of the current state of thinking and practice, with case studies from around the world used as examples to support the theoretical arguments.

Introduction

Aylin Orbasli & Marcel Vellinga

Theory

Context

Design

Acknowledgements

Bibliography


PART I: THEORY


1 Architectural regeneration in its theoretical context

Aylin Orbasli & Marcel Vellinga

Introduction

Theoretical context

Processes of transformation

Architecture as a dynamic process

Conservation theory

Defining a continuum: re-merging conservation and design in architecture

Architecture as a transformative tool

Architectural (design) theory

Regeneration theories

Theories of place identity and authenticity

Speeding up and time theories

The principles that shape architectural regeneration

Architecture is a cultural process

Context/environment matters

Adaptive capacity and robustness

The art of adding and subtracting

Contextual complexity and interconnectedness

Design adds value

Conclusion

Further Reading

Bibliography


2 Making the case for architectural regeneration

Aylin Orbasli

Introduction

Heritage-led regeneration

Economic benefits and cycles of architectural regeneration

Environmental benefits of architectural regeneration

Intangible and social benefits of architectural regeneration

Conclusion

Further Reading

Bibliography


3 Decision making in regeneration practice

Juliet Carpenter

Introduction

Urban regeneration governance within a theoretical context

Evolution of decision-making for urban regeneration

Public vs private-led regeneration

Community engagement in regeneration

Post-2008 regeneration

Conclusion

Further reading

Bibliography


4 Creativity, newcomers and the transformation of inner cityscapes

Steve Shaw

Introduction

Conceptual framework: re-constructing 'creativity', space and place

The long view: polity, policy and practice in the uk

Street-level developments: new hotspots for creativity and growth?

Conclusion

Further reading

Bibliography


Case study 1: Architectural regeneration in Oxford, UK

Geoffrey Randell

Introduction

Regeneration and industry

Regeneration of oxford castle and prison

Reflections

Acknowledgements

Bibliography


PART II: CONTEXT


5 Urban regeneration

Aylin Orbasli

Introduction

The context of urban conservation

What's in a name?

The urban conservation movement: a brief history

Urban conservation in the planning context

Urban conservation in practice

Hip Neighbourhoods and Gentrification

Historic places as tourism destinations

Flagship projects and branded quarters

Industrial areas

Reimaging and reimagining historic urban quarters

Making urban conservation work

Conclusion

Further reading

Bibliography


6 Suburban regeneration

Denise Lawrence

Introduction

Gentrifying bungalow neighbourhoods

Mansionising the modern suburb

Regenerating suburban communities with immigrants

Conclusion

Further reading

Bibliography


7 Rural regeneration

Marcel Vellinga & Sanja Loncar

Introduction

Conceptualising rurality

Rural realities

Architecture in rural areas

Architectural regeneration and counter-urbanisation

Architectural regeneration in abandoned rural areas

Architectural regeneration in protected areas

Architectural regeneration as part of thematic routes

Conclusion

Further reading

Bibliography


8 Temporariness in architectural regeneration

Aylin Orbasli & Joanna Karmowska

Introduction

The notion of temporariness and organisational temporariness

Defining 'temporary' in the urban context

Key players and drivers

The role of temporary interventions in regeneration

Longer term impacts and unintended consequences

Conclusion

Further readings

Bibliography


9 Unfinished buildings

Igea Troiani & Andrew Dawson

Introduction: Unfinished Buildings in an Age of Uncertainty

Research on Unfinished Buildings: From Venezuela to Italy, to Greece and beyond

The Evolution of Concrete Frame Construction: From Maison Domino to Polykatoikia

Design tactics for 'Unfinished Athens'

Sustainable design for Unfinished buildings

The Temporary Design of Unfinished Buildings

The Socio-cultural Engagement of Unfinished Buildings

Ethical Design Practice for Unfinished Buildings

Socio-political, Activist Critique of Unfinished Buildings

Conclusion: Reflections on Unfinished Athens and Architecture's relationship with Capitalism

Acknowledgements

Bibliography


Case study 2: Architectural regeneration in Istanbul, Turkey

Deniz Ikiz-Kaya

Introduction

Regeneration approaches and practices in istanbul

Planning and regulatory systems

Culture-led regeneration in the post-industrial waterfronts

Tourism-led regeneration in historic residential areas

Reconstruction as a tool of regeneration

Conclusion

Bibliography


PART III: DESIGN


10 Adaptive reuse as a design process

Jonathan Bassindale

Introduction

The research-based approach

Evidential Value

Historical Value

Aesthetic Value

Communal Value

Building recording and baseline information

Feasibility

Design interventions

Summary and conclusions

Further reading

Bibliography


11 Sustainability in architectural regeneration

Paola Sassi

Introduction

Sustainability and the built environment - a framework for architectural regeneration

Regeneration: challenges and opportunities for sustainable solutions

Synergistic Aims of Regeneration and Sustainability

Compatible Aims of Regeneration and Sustainability

Conflicting and Challenging Aims of Regeneration and Sustainability

Heritage versus sustainable building operation

Conclusion

Acknowledgements

Further reading

Bibliography


12 Architectural regeneration practice in different contexts

Julia Wedel

Introduction

'The best of all worlds': heritage regeneration in international development

Accessing work in heritage conservation and international development

Garnering local support: negotiating the interface between regeneration and development

Project funding, community gains and collaborative working

Shaping mentalities towards a shared sense of ownership

Decision-making between conservation, repair and replacement

Creative reuse in architectural practice

Lessons from engaging with local communities

The architect as brief writer

Improving environmental performance in existing building: Redefining achievable and desirable

The future of financing architectural regeneration

Regeneration practice in a london local authority

Balancing competing needs across the scales of area regeneration

Addressing housing challenges within multiple constraints

Making space for conservation in local authority regeneration

Opportunities and priorities for creative regeneration practice in municipal settings

Regeneration practice as citizenship: negotiating social histories in times of transition and crisis

Client relationships as advocacy for dialogue and participation

Shaping policy to protect cultural heritage in times of socio-political transition

Architectural intervention in existing contexts

Conclusions

Acknowledgements

Bibliography


13 Design in context

Matt Gaskin

Introduction

Method

Context

Working with layers

Articulation and layering

Facadism

Wider context and education

In conclusion

Further reading

Bibliography


Case study 3: Architectural regeneration through public education in Portugal

Sofia Aleixo

Introduction

The significance of public historic schools

The heritage values of liceus

Safeguarding Portuguese liceus

The adaptive reuse context

Challenges encountered in managing change

The assessment of heritage significance

Adaptive reuse design principles and strategies

Conclusion

Acknowledgments

Bibliography


14 Teaching architectural regeneration

Aylin Orbasli, Marcel Vellinga, Julia Wedel and Geoffrey Randell

Introduction

Approach and framework

The value of research

Case study box: Case study: Design-led research in Agra, India

Being realistic

Case study box: Case study: Rural regeneration and vernacular architecture

Resource sensitivity

Case study box: Case study: Industrial heritage in Europe

Programme management

Fitting it all in

Case study box: Case study: Practicing temporary regeneration

Practices of engagement

Case study box: Case study: Community engagement in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE

Achieving impact through education

Conclusion

Acknowledgements

Bibliography
Dr Aylin Orbasli is an architect by training and has specialised in building and area conservation. She has 15 years teaching experience in the field defined as 'architectural regeneration' and the conservation of the historic environment. She has also been practicing building conservation for over 20 years, and through her practice has worked on numerous urban and rural regeneration projects in the UK and internationally (www.aylinorbasli.com). Her teaching and practice are supported by research and she has published extensively on the subject.

Dr Marcel Vellinga is Reader in Anthropology of Architecture and Director of the Place, Culture and Identity research group in the School of Architecture, Oxford Brookes University. Holding a PhD in Cultural Anthropology from Leiden University, his teaching and research are concerned with the anthropological study of architecture, vernacular architecture and architectural regeneration. Marcel is a Director of the Paul Oliver Vernacular Architecture Library.
For the past nine years the editors have jointly run the MA International Architectural Regeneration and Development at Oxford Brookes University.

A. Orbasli, Oxford Brookes University; M. Vellinga, Leiden University