Ons dagelijks erfgoed: Conflicten en kansen bij renovatie van monumentale woongebouwen

Translated title of the contribution: Our Daily Heritage: Conflicts and Opportunities When Renovating Residential Buildings Listed as Monuments

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Abstract

The protected status of a building that is registered as a monument usually limits the degree of change alllowed. The author uses examples to show how, despite or with the help of this protection, special transformations can nevertheless be realized.
Original languageMultiple languages
Title of host publicationDASH: Van woning naar woning
Subtitle of host publicationRadicale transformaties van woongebouwen
EditorsDick Van Gameren, Frederique Van Andel, Dirk Van Den Heuvel, Olv Klijn, Annenies Kraaij, Paul Kuitenbrouwer, Harald Mooij, Pierijn Van der Putt, Hans Teerds, Jurjen Zeinstra
Place of PublicationRotterdam
Publishernai010 publishers
Pages54-66
Number of pages13
Volume14
ISBN (Print)978-94-6208-311-0
Publication statusPublished - 2018

Publication series

NameDASH (Delft Architectural Studies on Housing)
Volume14
ISSN (Print)1877-7007

Keywords

  • heritage
  • renovation
  • housing
  • Monuments

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    Spoormans, L. (2018). Ons dagelijks erfgoed: Conflicten en kansen bij renovatie van monumentale woongebouwen . In D. Van Gameren, F. Van Andel, D. Van Den Heuvel, O. Klijn, A. Kraaij, P. Kuitenbrouwer, H. Mooij, P. Van der Putt, H. Teerds, & J. Zeinstra (Eds.), DASH: Van woning naar woning: Radicale transformaties van woongebouwen (Vol. 14, pp. 54-66). (DASH (Delft Architectural Studies on Housing); Vol. 14). nai010 publishers.