Converting Old Buildings Into New Homes

Author: Barrie Davies
Editor: Crowood Press
ISBN: 9781847971968
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Looks at various aspects of converting most types of dilapidated and unused buildings into desirable living spaces.

Recycled Spaces

Author: Vinny Lee
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ISBN: 9781841720838
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The Conversion Of Old Buildings Into New Homes For Occupation And Investment

Author: Charles Bernard Brown
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Candide Zeitschrift Fur Architekturwissen

Author: Axel Sowa
Editor: ACTAR Publishers
ISBN: 8492861835
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Candide is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to exploring the culture of knowledge specific to architecture. It is released twice a year in English and German. Each issue of Candide is made up of five distinct sections. This frame- work responds to the diversity of architectural knowledge being produced, while challenging authors from all disciplines to test a variety of genres in order to write about and represent architecture. "Essay" provides a forum for discussion of architectural knowledge, including both fundamental research into and speculative arguments on its nature. "Analysis" allows for in-depth examination of built form: how can the knowledge embodied in buildings be retrospectively extracted and creatively re-used? "Project" is directed at architects who see design as a theoretical tool: how can a specific design proposal become a model of thought? "Encounters" gives access to the personal knowledge of renowned, unjustly forgotten, or entirely unknown protagonists of architecture. "Fiction" reflects the editors' conviction that sometimes the imaginary may reveal more about architectural knowledge than science.

Housing In The European Countryside

Author: Nick Gallent
Editor: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9780415288439
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This book reviews international experience of housing pressure in rural areas in a number of countries.

Conversions

Author: Emma O'Kelly
Editor: Laurence King Publishing
ISBN: 1856694860
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Addresses the growing trend in converting existing structures into a series of ingenious living spaces as it looks at varied projects from around the world in rural, urban, and civic buildings, as well as lofts, industrial spaces, and other unique buildings, examining such topics as what elements of the structure are left intact, what are demolished, how each building was converted into a dwelling, budgets, materials, and impact on the surrounding environment.

Report Of The Department Of Health The City Of New York 1871

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Old Buildings New Designs

Author: Charles Bloszies
Editor: Princeton Architectural Press
ISBN: 1616892013
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Increasingly, architects are hired to design new work for existing structures. Whether for reasons of preservation, sustainability, or cost-effectiveness, the movement to reuse buildings presents a variety of design challenges and opportunities. Old Buildings, New Designs is an Architecture Brief devoted to working within a given architectural fabric from the technical issues that arise from aging construction to the controversy generated by the various project stakeholders to the unique aesthetic possibilities created through the juxtaposition of old and new.

Great Britain

Author: Clare Oliver
Editor: Black Rabbit Books
ISBN: 9781583402047
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An introduction to the geography, government, economy, culture, and people of Great Britain.

Jackson S North State Street

Author: Todd Sanders
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 143962285X
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Since the mid-19th and early 20th centuries, Jackson's North State Street has been home to some of the capital city's major architectural landmarks. North State Street was bordered by stately homes of many different styles and periods, from rather simple antebellum cottages, to grand Greek Revival, elaborate Queen Anne, and elegant Colonial Revival and neoclassical mansions, as well as impressive institutional buildings and churches. However, beginning in the early years of the Great Depression, many of these stately homes and buildings were lost, replaced by apartments, parking lots, and commercial buildings. Through the images in this book, those who never witnessed first hand the majesty of Jackson's North State Street will be able to gain some insight into what has been lost and truly appreciate what remains. For those who remember what North State Street was, this book will be a chance to revisit and reminisce about that lost era.