Authentic Reconstruction: Authenticity, Architecture and the Built Heritage
Bloomsbury Academic, 2017
... of the heritage are lost.
Residential infill building, Old Town, Tbilisi, Georgia. Recent reconstruction of dwellings demonstrating poor quality design integration and inappropriate detailing. Source: DavidJohnson.
The City Hall in Sarajevo...
David Rockwood is Associate Professor; Director, Construction Process Innovation Lab; and Co-Director, Urbanism Research Lab at the University of Hawai῾i at Mānoa, USA, School of Architecture. Rockwood’s research focuses on material, structure, and construction processes for high performance buildings. He was named a Fulbright Specialist in 2014. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
... J. 2004. “The Use of Timber Gridshells for Long Span
Structures.” Paper presented at the Eighth International Conference on Timber Engineering, Lahti,
Harris, R., Romer, J., Kelly, O., and Johnson, S. 2003. “Design...
Cities Interrupted: Visual Culture and Urban Space
Bloomsbury Academic, 2016
... naked suspended in the air there’ (Figure 5.3). Another previous resident asks in relation to Claremont Road: ‘Where are all those people now?’
‘If my house was still there’: A12 Eastway, London. Photograph by David Pinder.
David Rudlin is a director of URBED, Honorary Professor at Manchester University and winner fo the 2014 Wolfson Economics Prize. He started his career working on the redevelopment of Hulme in Manchester and has been at URBED since 1990. He is the author of the book, Sustainable Urban Neighbourhood, published by Routledge in 2009 which was described by Richard Rogers as "the best analysis 9he0 had read of the crisis facing the contemporary city." He is also joint chair of the Sheffield Design Panel, chair of BEAM in Wakefield and a director of the Academy of Urbanism. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Rob Thompson is an urbanist and planner with close to 25 years’ experience working on a range of urban design and master planning projects in local government and in the private sector. He spent 11 years with Sheffield City Council providing design guidance on major developments and coordinating the city’s design panel. Rob’s interest is focused on how emotional experience can influence and dictate the success of a place. Alongside his long standing relationship with Sheffield School of Architecture, he has also run a successful studio at the institution. Rob currently sits on the Yorkshire and Humber Design Panel and is an Academician of the Academy of Urbanism. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Sarah Jarvis is a writer about cities who has tried out several for size, living in Paris, New York and Dublin before settling in London. Since studying Geography at Cambridge University Sarah has been exploring different ways to understand, communicate and actively influence how places work – from journalism and travel writing to academic research and consultancy. Sarah has an MPhil in Urban Planning from the Bartlett School UCL, and has worked on projects that range in scale from assessing urban renaissance across England to neighbourhood planning in Bankside. She also explores places visually – taking on commissions as an artist to examine the processes of change up close. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
disappeared. Morley points out in his book North). A study was
By the 1980s the commissioned and undertaken by a consortium of
area was run-down and shabby. The streets behind local consultants and architects led by Nick Johnson.
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