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  • Content of the book Reuse, Redevelop and Design - How the Dutch deal with heritage
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Reuse, Redevelop and Design
How the Dutch deal with Heritage

This book is about the creative reuse an redevelopment of vacant buildings that can lead to wonderful results. This is illustrated by 20 inspiring redevelopment projects in The Netherlands and abroad. 

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Reuse of vacant buildings

Where there are vacancies, there is room for new uses, such as housing and leisure and health-care facilities. This often results in surprising combinations, such as a school or a community center in a factory complex, a shop in a church or a recreation area in a military zone. 

Reuse, Redevelop and Design

presents 20 inspiring redevelopment projects in The Netherlands and abroad. The book addresses the story behind the success of redevelopment in essays on heritage policy, public-private partnerships, financing, and design. With projects like OMA’s projects in Italy and Germany, West 8’s in Russia, Mecanoo’s in the United States, Warehouse Jobsveem from Mei Architects, Piet Hein Eeks' Strijp S in Eindhoven, ZUS' Schieblock in Rotterdam, RAAAF's Werk aan het Spoel, De Hallen in Amsterdam and Guangdong Float Glass Factory in Shenzhen (China) from Maurer United Architects and more.  

How the Dutch deal with Heritage

Dutch architects are leaders in the world and have on many prominent places new challenging buildings designed and realized. But old doesn't always have to make room for new. On the contrary, the reuse and redevelopment of old iconic buildings can lead to wonderful results. This English-language edition describes the reuse of twenty real estate objects and how all parties from Dutch heritage policy in private-public cooperation have realized these projects. A book that inspires us to give our cultural heritage new contemporary roles. A very imaginative initiative is to give even Soestdijk Royal Palace a new public function. 

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Authors :Paul Meurs, Marinke Steenhuis
Co-authors : Jean-Paul Corten, Frank Strolenberg, Sander Gelinck en Lara Voerman
Edition  March 2017, first edition
Language :English
Publisher :nai010 Publishers
Cover :Paperback
Dimensions :25 x 20 x 1,2 cm (h x w x d)
Weight :451 grams
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