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ACE Conference - Adaptive Re-Use and Transition of the Built Heritage

ACE Conference - Adaptive Re-Use and Transition of the Built Heritage

23 Nov Leeuwarden, The Netherlands

In the framework of the European Year of Cultural Heritage (EYCH), the Architects' Council of Europe (ACE) is organising on Friday 23 November in Leeuwarden (The Netherlands) a public conference on Adaptive Re-Use and Transition of the Built Heritage. 

 

Responsibility for re-imagining our built environment and heritage is shared by many stakeholders: architects, town planners, public authorities, financial institutions, owners and built heritage professionals. This conference will bring them together to discuss:

  • the skills, knowledge and competences necessary for quality heritage interventions;
  • the design challenges inherent to adaptive re-use and the relationships and dialogue between heritage elements and new architectural interventions;
  • the importance of heritage in the definition of a territorial identity and its impacts on the attractiveness of places.

 

At the final session lessons from the European year will be drawn and stakeholders will present a statement on the adaptive reuse of built heritage as a legacy and follow-up of the year.

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In the framework of the European Year of Cultural Heritage (EYCH), the Architects' Council of Europe (ACE) is organising on Friday 23 November in Leeuwarden (The Netherlands) a public conference on Adaptive Re-Use and Transition of the Built Heritage. 

 

Responsibility for re-imagining our built environment and heritage is shared by many stakeholders: architects, town planners, public authorities, financial institutions, owners and built heritage professionals. This conference will bring them together to discuss:

  • the skills, knowledge and competences necessary for quality heritage interventions;
  • the design challenges inherent to adaptive re-use and the relationships and dialogue between heritage elements and new architectural interventions;
  • the importance of heritage in the definition of a territorial identity and its impacts on the attractiveness of places.

 

At the final session lessons from the European year will be drawn and stakeholders will present a statement on the adaptive reuse of built heritage as a legacy and follow-up of the year.

Find out more

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