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Adaptive reuse in Latin America : cultural identity, values and memory

Title
Adaptive reuse in Latin America : cultural identity, values and memory / edited by José Bernardi.
ISBN
9781032344515
1032344512
9781032344522
1032344520
9781003322221
9781000993646
9781000993608
Publication
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2024.
Copyright Notice Date
©2024
Physical Description
xv, 251 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.
Summary
"This book seeks to explore the theoretical and architectural connections between memory, values, cultural identity and adaptive reuse in Latin America. It does so by critically analyzing ideas and work within the context from where they emerge. With rich and layered historic centres, a wealth of colonial and 19th century buildings, and the heritage from the modern era, Latin America offers a unique architectural patrimony and its contribution and impact on contemporary culture and architecture still requires critical study and discussion. The chapters of this timely book consider the conflicted relationship between colonialism, native cultures, and immigration. It also explores the connections between modern projects and national identity, and contemporary interventions serving the needs of diverse societies while being cultural receptacles of memory. While most books on adaptive reuse focus on the larger general concepts, different technical approaches and case studies, this book will contribute to the study of adaptive reuse moving away from Europe and North America, focusing instead on cases in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, Ecuador, and Peru. This book is an important resource for researchers and students in the area of architecture, cultural, global, and design studies, heritage, geography, sociology, and history"-- Provided by publisher.
Other formats
Online version: Adaptive reuse in Latin America Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, [2023]
Format
Books
Language
English
Added to Catalog
April 09, 2024
Series
Routledge cultural heritage and tourism series.
Routledge cultural heritage and tourism series
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Expanding and diversifying the field of adaptive reuse / José Bernardi
Whose memories, whose values? Reflecting on the spatial history of the Americas / Fernando Luiz Lara
Open Work as a seed for change in adaptive reuse / Ana Etki
Essential Documentation : Lucio Costa and the Modernist Missionary / Catherine Seavitt Nordenson
From a project of modernization to a strategy of community building / Monica Bertolino
Housing Policies in Brazil and Dwellers perspectives : a Comparative Study / Ana Paula Koury
Renovation and reuse in Brazil : Cases in Sao Paulo, Bahia and Porto Alegre / Marta Peixoto
Adaptive Reuse in Brazil : Lessons from Lina Bo Bardi / Isabelle Trintade, and Anna Luisa Rolim
Resilient spaces : modern and historic legacy in Brazilian built heritage / Cláudia Costa Cabral
Mexican Iconoclasms : From the Post-Revolutionary Era to the 1980s / Cristóbal Jácome-Moreno
Exhibiting Contemporary Art in a Colonial Context at the Ex Santa Teresa in Mexico City / Derek Burdette
Cosmologies of Ruins and Ruination : Infrastructures and the Anthropocene / Christopher Morehart
How body memory "actualizes" to the architectural heritage the Latin American dwelling as the new public space / Diane Maldonado
Hidden Landscapes of Palimpsestic Urban Memories : The Case of Lima, Peru / Kathryn Golda- Pongratz
Reversing neo-Plantations : From Guayusa Monocultures to Chakras and Managed Forests in Mushullakta / Ana María Durán Calisto
Matachín Codex Complex / Cristóbal Martínez.
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