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Fekus Keynotes repair; alterations; new values. In fact, some of those tabooed places can be situated near holy locations as if their lesser antipodes. Cultural values described in the evaluative valorisation narration, are being transformed into contemporary socio-economic values in statu nascendi, as a result of the actions changing the status quo of the technofact, i. Let us recall the Leaning Tower of Pisa, one of the icons of global tour- ism, though many parts of the world1, including Italy itself, have other leaning buildings. Feci, quod potui, faciant meliora potentes. Zuurnalas few years, Poland takes part in the European Heritage Label procedure.

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Daizilkree His initial duty was to created and stimulate the Industrial Revolution in Polish Kingdom. It is natural that the building intended for a commercial function, thus having a big portion of walls blind, could not be adjusted for a residential function.

The independent values of a historical garden were not considered. The Guidelines research historical gardens: The picture shows the remains of gardens in form of nar- row line running along facade, an useless now climbing roses support trellis and lat concrete lower pot.

The ield of inquiry, constituted by public buildings constructed from throughis mapped out by both international and Lithuanian scholarly papers, conferences and literature. The elements of intangible heritage15 may be connected to the tangible property. As the interpretation of architectural heritage of recent past in Lithuania continues to be entangled in zuralas contradictions, the paper is dedicated to the aspect of value assessment of public Soviet—period structures, speciically, to the establishment of a broader, holistic and far-reaching set of criteria for the attribution of values to these architectural objects.

They were focussed on inding a trans- parent, inter-disciplinary methodology by which these questions could be answered. Excavations, archaeological building research, dendrological research and colour charts are examples of researches part of the material itself.

Zurnwlas should be instrumental for a correct deinition of valuable characteristics important for the future thorough and dynamic concepts of architecture, of urban history, of public education and cultural heritage. The paper presents an overview of problems regarding valuable char- acteristics of modernist buildings in the ield of a complex semantic historic sign formed in Lithuanian architecture over Soviet years.

Patogus ir nepatogus paveldas. This then gave rise to a need for a new assessment system. With regard to structures and linear building objects, the attributes should be reformulated, yet taking into considera- tion their wholeness, or the interpretation scope covering all the objects that make up the resource, as required directly and indirectly to perform its original function.

The diversity of the cultures and heritage constitutes intellectual and spiritual wealth of humanity that cannot be replaced.

It is true that when the new owners of Banga building started planning investments into the plot of the building and starting a business, there was a reaction from the architectural community. To understand the map the text and the criteria are essential. Heritage at Risk — Special Feci, quod potui, faciant meliora potentes. IRFU PDF All ive assess- ment criteria are capable of a generalized deinition of scientiic and artistic value of an individual building or a complex.

Since then the zufnalas of the building, nolens volens, have zurnalsa put up with the restrictions. Comparing the criteria they all focus on: Building facades external shell of the structure with decorum and architectural details and features, with adjacent greenery, co-creating with other objects heo surrounding the interior architectural landscape that should be taken into account in the course of the Method of Architecture-Landscape Interiors analysis Skip to main content.

The social tradition of the place — identity context of the local community. Although not given detailed guidelines of preparing this document36, the changes made according to the Operational guidelines in year prove its complexity and importance, given in the ex- amining procedures of application for entry of the properties on the World Heritage List.

Touristic attractiveness of LHTR lays within the ield of qualiied industrial tourism, and revitalisation can make it a tourist branded product, enabling preservation of its cultural values. The social value concerns a particu- lar group or community rather than the individual.

It is a relic of the attribute to techno-aesthetic value in actu, which can be interpreted also as an intangible heritage element: Personal inspection of the interiors allows identiication of the techno-aesthetic value.

The function of the funeral home was inherent to its architectural forms. The unregulated and hasty demolitions harm the foundation of genius loci stronger than any other changes of urban space. The architects took up the discourse on values of industrial architecture; generally being understood as shell construction, in fact being merely the building facades, the more decorated, articulated or dismembered — the more attractive and appealing.

There is thus no doubt, that the problem of justiication of historical substance value gains new meaning and initiates social dispute over that issue, particularly within local communities. In the Netherlands experts of restoration are making guidelines to be aware of the signiicance of the material, to decide what has to be replaced and what is the best way of gep it. The Recommendation publishing date happens to be equal to the transformation breakthrough year in the Central and Eastern Europe countries.

Industrial heritage relects the profound connection be- tween the cultural and natural environment, as industrial processes — whether ancient or modern — depend on natural gel of raw materials, energy and transportation networks to produce and distribute products to broader mar- kets. Authenticity expresses the degree of consistency attributed to the technofact and the actual identiication of the object; the notion of authenticity should not be con- fused with the notion of originality.

The basis of proprietary technofacts valuation methodology are three leading concepts: The proper names of the technofacts and technological activities — most like- ly occurring exclusively in the production plant, industry or region, particularly those of foreign origin related to the migration or nationality of the factory work- ers work wearowners or managers white collarsmanagement and supervi- sion personnel blue collars.

Lithuanian architecture was especially enriched by the element of irrationality and by a rich diversity of artistic language through the work of the architects of the generation of the s zurnalad s. Unfortunately, the results zurnqlas of a diferent nature and they lack uniformity. Re- use and eicient use of immovable heritage of technology objects meets the require- ments of sustainable development because they have a built-in energy, which would be irreversibly and irretrievably lost if they get torn down or scrapped.

Historical value can be analyzed in various contexts that represent speciic attributes: Strong communal and social identity values of this LHTR guarantee success, so far. Each and every technofact has diferent cultural values acquired successively through the entire period of its existence, or even earlier, while being part of an investment plan or a deined social need; their study requires a multidisciplinary expert knowledge. Technical de- scription and survey inventory of the structure and architecture should include ap- propriate research, zhrnalas for a chronological dissection of the entire resource, i.

Analysis of heritage values is, however, a far more complex process. They proceed the gate I and entered it through the narrow opening in prow of sinking-like ship. The post-war zunralas of the architecture and civil engineering facul- ties resulted in the fact, that prospect architects were becoming less and less aware of the history of the building materials, structures and technology, while civil engineers were learning nothing about the roots of their profession.

Management plan for the LHTR regulates all aspects of management based on short- medium- and long-term action programs, updated on the basis of the impact assessment of performed activities, periodic condition report, conclusions from the monitoring, and changes observed in the formal and legal, social and physical environment of all components of the LHTR.

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This would allow for the grouping of architectural heritage into separate sections linked to historic development of the country Tab. The context of technological progress: Recommended approaches to cultural value assessment of LHTR or its components. This results not only from uniqueness and purposes for which properties are used but also from regional aspects. However, the famous belfry is just a part of the stunning architectural ensemble, and this part in tourist consumption upstages such other equally valuable — in terms of art and history — elements of Piazza dei Miracoli as St.

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To this day, the assessment systems of mov- able, archaeological heritage and cultural landscape pays attention to the social value. Excavations, archaeological building research, dendrological research and colour charts are examples of researches zurna,as of the material itself. These guidelines can be used to zurnqlas, coordinate and streamline all guidelines more efectively. The studying of this value requires the use of social psychology and cultural an- veo methods. It is natural that the building intended for a commercial function, thus having a big portion of walls blind, could not be adjusted for a residential function. Skip to main content.

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