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Industrial Heritage: In-Between Memory and Transformation

  • Exploratory Research into Transformation Processes of Former Industrial Complexes of Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei (Leipzig) and Mattatoio di Testaccio (Rome); New Meanings of Industrial Heritage Physical manifestations of the Industrial Revolution left a permanent imprint on the complexion of cities. Abandonment that followed the deindustrialization contributed to an estrangement, turning derelict industrial spaces and run‐down factories into a ballast to conjure with. At present, industrial heritage management applies flexibility and creativity, partially overcoming the essentially traditional paradigm of heritage preservation. This approach permits sustainable conservation – utilization and integration of disused industrial constructs in the contemporary urban landscape. Being a part of the European cultural stock, industrial heritage is an exciting and unique setting from many perspectives. It is defined and consumed by many markets, ranging from the industrial heritage tourism to the market of special events and festivals. Reused industrial buildings and factories come into view as products of post‐industrial societies, fitting to the Western post‐industrial (consumer) culture, offering a field of activities that are at an interface between the industrial history and contemporary socio‐cultural milieu. Alteration of values, growth of new roles and definitions of industrial heritage, generated by functional restructuring, is a subject which is often left behind the general discussion about sustainable conservation and adaptive reuse of industrial heritage. Yet, in the modified state, industrial heritage is very complex to understand and to define. By conducting a desk and a case study research of former industrial complexes – Leipziger Baumwollspinnerei and Mattatoio di Testaccio, this doctoral thesis aims to identify industrial heritage as a contemporary (post‐industrial) concept. Observation of ideas, values and definitions that emerge as a consequence of the transformation and re‐conceptualization of industrial heritage are intended to raise awareness and appreciation of industrial heritage in the full richness of its contemporary interpretation.

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Document Type:Doctoral Thesis
Author:Dr. Phil. Naira Chilingaryan
DOI (Cite-Link):https://doi.org/10.25643/bauhaus-universitaet.2229Cite-Link
URN (Cite-Link):https://nbn-resolving.org/urn:nbn:de:gbv:wim2-20140624-22291Cite-Link
Advisor:Prof. Dr. rer. pol. habil. Frank EckardtORCiDGND, Prof. Dr.‐Ing. J. Alexander Schmidt
Language:English
Date of Publication (online):2014/06/23
Year of first Publication:2014
Date of final exam:2014/04/29
Release Date:2014/06/24
Publishing Institution:Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
Granting Institution:Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Fakultät Architektur und Urbanistik [bis 2014 Fakultät Architektur]
Institutes:Fakultät Architektur und Urbanistik [bis 2014 Fakultät Architektur] / Institut für Europäische Urbanistik
Tag:adaptive reuse; built environment; environmental perception; industrial heritage; representation; sustainable conservation
GND Keyword:Denkmal; Nutzungsänderung; Industrie; Kultur; Transformation; Wahrnehmung
Dewey Decimal Classification:700 Künste und Unterhaltung / 700 Künste
BKL-Classification:74 Geographie, Raumordnung, Städtebau / 74.73 Stadtsanierung, Stadterneuerung
Licence (German):License Logo Creative Commons 4.0 - Namensnennung-Nicht kommerziell (CC BY-NC 4.0)