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id eaea2015_t1_paper02
authors Gruszczynska, Joanna
year 2015
title The ‘Old Brewery’ in Poznan – Adaptation or Creation?
source ENVISIONING ARCHITECTURE: IMAGE, PERCEPTION AND COMMUNICATION OF HERITAGE [ISBN 978-83-7283-681-6],Lodz University of Technology, 23-26 September 2015, pp.27-38
summary It is beyond the question that protection of monuments of architecture and its unique beauty, through ‘re-use’ of values, emphasizing the qualities for new, modern function, but with the maximum respect for the original feature and preserving historic substance in the adaptation process is one of the requirements of the twenty first century. The analysis of the example of adapting historical objects - Hugger’s Brewery to a new function, may lead to conclusion whether that adapted object can still be named a historic building. Is it an industrial heritage or is it nothing more than a creation – an artificial space? How far can we go in the ‘re-using’? Where is the boundary?
keywords industrial heritage; values; Old Brewery in Poznan
series EAEA
email j.byszewska@gmail.com
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