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HOw architecture and urbanism can be preserved in situ?


Uskoković, Sandra
HOw architecture and urbanism can be preserved in situ? // World Heritage and Sustainable Development / Amoeda, Rogerio (ur.).
Barcelos, Portugal: Green Lines Institute, 2008. str. 879-885


Naslov
HOw architecture and urbanism can be preserved in situ?

Autori
Uskoković, Sandra

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
World Heritage and Sustainable Development

Urednik/ci
Amoeda, Rogerio

Izdavač
Green Lines Institute

Grad
Barcelos, Portugal

Godina
2008

Raspon stranica
879-885

ISBN
978-989-95671-0-8

Ključne riječi
conceptualization of heritage, collective memory of the city

Sažetak
Probably, the greatest and gravest change in the recent past that deserves attention is the destruction of urbanism. Therefore, the crucial question is how to achieve urban context value that would both enhance local character and reinforce a sense of community. The context value refers to preservation of urban spaces i.e. the urban culture of the city that enables continuity which is proven to be desirable characteristic of cities. Nevertheless, urban problems cannot be solved exclusively by architecture (or urban design) as a medium of direct communication but more likely by a social and economic process of which architecture is only a part. Today, we are aware that the idea, the concept, is more important than physical form. The fact is that architecture and urbanism form a part of „ living“ heritage areas that calls for a highly developed heritage protection and management systems in place. Perhaps concentrating on &laquo ; material evidences&raquo ; to be &laquo ; preserved&raquo ; is an inappropriate appraoch to a theme chiefly characterized by its volume of output. Instead, might it not be better to consider its residue as &laquo ; resources&raquo ; to be &laquo ; revalued&raquo ; ? Along with the weak legal protection and under representation of the urban tissues of our cities, other threats such as environmental degradation, pollution, infrastructural development continue to affect the state of its conservation. We should move away from revering buildings and cities as vessels of culture towards revaluing them as a social resource, thereby aquiring more, and firmer, handholds on the realities of urban life. So much depends upon how we see, and with to see, our towns and cities. The representation of the contemporary city is no longer determined by a succession of streets and avenues. The critical issue is: How much of the original needs to be retained in order to preserve the integrity of the urban landscape as originally realized?

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Povijest umjetnosti



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Ustanove
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Uskoković, Sandra
HOw architecture and urbanism can be preserved in situ? // World Heritage and Sustainable Development / Amoeda, Rogerio (ur.).
Barcelos, Portugal: Green Lines Institute, 2008. str. 879-885
Uskoković, S. (2008) HOw architecture and urbanism can be preserved in situ?. U: Amoeda, R. (ur.) World Heritage and Sustainable Development. Barcelos, Portugal, Green Lines Institute, str. 879-885.
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