Historic preservation : curatorial management of the built world /
- Historic preservation : curatorial management of the built world /
- Fitch, James Marston.
- Charlottesville : 1990.
- Why preserve the prototype? -- The heritage as cultural resource -- The economic sense of retrieval and recycling -- Conceptual parameters of historic preservation -- Regeneration of historic urban cores -- Preservation, restoration, conservation -- Reconstitution of damaged fabrics -- Extended and adaptive use -- Reconstruction, reproduction, and replica: use and abuse -- The architectural museum, indoors and out -- Cosmetic consequences of intervention -- Insertion of new systems in old fabrics -- Restoration and maintenance of historic landscapes -- Protection and interpretation of sites and ruins -- Documentation of the heritage: quantification, analysis, and classification -- The fourth dimension of preservation -- Two levels of interpretation -- Training for professional preservation: preservationist, conservationist, craftsperson -- Preservation in two socialist countries -- Preservation in the third-world countries: the case of Africa -- Preservation in tomorrow's world.
- Online access:
- No online access
- Library holdings:
NA105 .F47 1990