By Various Authors, 2014. Soft Back, 179pp.
Out of stock
Belfast: A Study on Built Heritage is a collection of essays, namely:
- The Redevelopement of Inner City Housing and the Effect on the Urban Fabric: A Case Study on the Markets, Belfast
- Death and Rebirth of the High Street: Investigating the Morphogenesis of the Historic Town Centre and Regeneration Potentials Through Adaptive Reuse of Heritage
- Decaying Arcades: Sustainable Reuse of Belfast’s Inner City Markets
- The City Street Within the Urban Fabric: A Case Study of Belfast City Centre Streets
- The Working City: The Architectural Legacy of Manufacturing in Belfast and its Relevance in the 21st Century
The result is a well put-together publication packed full of information on the history of some of Belfast’s central areas, and the impact that urban design, changing retail landscapes, and social change has had on the development of the city. The book also contains many images and maps to explore these issues.
|Dimensions||25 × 1 × 20 cm|