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International sustainable and urban regeneration : case studies and lessons learned 2008 : ICONUS Conference'08

Author: S Y Stephen Lau
Publisher: Hong Kong : Hong Kong College of Technology, [2009]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Case studies Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: S Y Stephen Lau
ISBN: 9789881819611 988181961X
OCLC Number: 319717612
Description: 217 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Contents: Theme Papers : Theme one: Safeguarding urban heritage : Interpretation and sustainable growth of industrial heritage: from community to urban Shanghai / Chen Huiqian --
Maintaining the sustainability of a world heritage site: Kaiping Daiolou & villages as a case study / Jinhua Tan (Selia) --
Social and religious space: the central axis of Nga Tsin Wai Village / Tung-Yiu Stan Lai --
Three patterns in conservation and regeneration: Take no. 17-19 on Fuzhou Road building for example / Chen Xi and Zhang Peng --
Universal accessibility to built heritage / Rosman C.C. Wai --
Theme two: Urban sustainability : Investigation on the potential of introducing natural lighting into the enclosed lift lobbies of high-rise buildings: a sustainable approach / Irene Wong and H. Yang --
A review of contemporary adaptive reuse movement for industrial sites in China / Stephen S.Y. Lau and Feng Yang --
An overview of the development of green specifications in the construction industry worldwide / Patrick T.I. Lam [and others] --
Sustainable urban stormwater and architecture at Lawrence Technological University, Southfield, Michigan, USA / Mark Hieber --
Planning sustainable and livable cities / Teng Xuerong --
Transfer of development rights in Hong Kong / Raymond Chan and Peter Li --
Theme three: Regeneration of communities and places for people : Cultural impact on sustainable development in Hong Kong / Rita Y.M. Li --
Distorted lifestyles of young local households in fast urbanizing Shanghai in the globalization era / Jun Wang and Stephen S.Y. Lau --
Parameters for optimum satisfaction of open spaces in high density public housing in Hong Kong / Shaleeni B.A. Coorey and Stephen S.Y. Lau --
The regeneration of communities and the creation of places for people / Andrew Platten --
Sustainable urban regeneration through an integrated approach (IA): a methodology for urban sustainability / Wadu Mesthrige Jayantha and Stephen S.Y. Lau --
Neighbourhood development and its impact on sense of community in contemporary urban Chinese cities: case studies from urban Guangzhou / Yingqing Ou, Stephen S.Y. Lau, and Beisi Jia. Case studies : What is adaptive reuse? --
Approaches in conservation: aesthetics and heritage : Tate Modern ; SESC Pompeia Factory ; Yokohama red brick warehouse ; Kyoto Art Centre ; Kurashiki Ivy Square ; China Town ; Boat quay ; New Majestic Hotel ; Shanghai Xintiandi ; 798 Art Zone (Dashanzi Art District) ; Siheyuan ; Loft 49 ; Hutong I ; The Bamboo Garden Hotel ; Tsinghua University ; Suzhou River warehouse ; The Blue House --
Approaches in conservation: environmental approaches : Le Les Arenese ; Elliot Hall, The University of Hong Kong ; Branly Museum ; The Reichstag Building.
Responsibility: edited by Lau S.Y. Stephen [and others].

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