The past in the future

Investigating values of circularity

Publikation: KonferencebidragPaperForskning

Resumé

In the past, buildings and built structures were reused and transformed and, as a consequence, they had a long life span and materials degraded very slowly. With modernism, however, building changed and buildings became part of the throwaway culture. In connection with social transformations towards sustainable development and the future prediction of scarce and expensive resources, it is important to bear in mind that existing buildings and built structures form an immense material legacy and a great potential for circularity.

This research is based on the hypothesis that theories and methodologies of architectural conservation may promote circularity in existing buildings and built structures. Consequently, the primary objective is to investigate how a reading of the (historic) building fabric and the assessment of values can develop and qualify future circular building. A further objective is to challenge and broaden our understanding of values related to circularity.

The first part of the paper examines the development of values in architectural conservation with a view to exploring circular values. To achieve this, the paper will present a number of case studies. The second part of the paper comments on the extent to which values-based methodologies of architectural conservation have the potential to aid future circularity in existing building.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Publikationsdato31 maj 2018
Antal sider19
StatusUdgivet - 31 maj 2018
BegivenhedNAF/NAAR Symposium 2018 : Built environment and architecture as a resource - Tampere University of Technology, Seinäjoki, Fiji
Varighed: 31 maj 20181 jun. 2018
http://www.tut.fi/en/naf-naar-symposium-2018/index.htm

Konference

KonferenceNAF/NAAR Symposium 2018
LokationTampere University of Technology
LandFiji
BySeinäjoki
Periode31/05/201801/06/2018
Internetadresse

Emneord

  • cirkularitet
  • værdier
  • værdibaseret metodologi
  • bevaring
  • transformation
  • bæredygtighed

Kunstnerisk udviklingsvirksomhed (KUV)

  • Nej

Citer dette

Eybye, B. T., & Bock, L. N. (2018). The past in the future: Investigating values of circularity. Afhandling præsenteret på NAF/NAAR Symposium 2018 , Seinäjoki, Fiji.
Eybye, Birgitte Tanderup ; Bock, Lars Nicolai. / The past in the future : Investigating values of circularity. Afhandling præsenteret på NAF/NAAR Symposium 2018 , Seinäjoki, Fiji.19 s.
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Eybye, BT & Bock, LN 2018, 'The past in the future: Investigating values of circularity' Paper fremlagt ved NAF/NAAR Symposium 2018 , Seinäjoki, Fiji, 31/05/2018 - 01/06/2018, .

The past in the future : Investigating values of circularity. / Eybye, Birgitte Tanderup; Bock, Lars Nicolai.

2018. Afhandling præsenteret på NAF/NAAR Symposium 2018 , Seinäjoki, Fiji.

Publikation: KonferencebidragPaperForskning

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Eybye BT, Bock LN. The past in the future: Investigating values of circularity. 2018. Afhandling præsenteret på NAF/NAAR Symposium 2018 , Seinäjoki, Fiji.