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Fourteenth International Docomomo Conference, Adaptive Reuse – The Modern Movement Towards the Future, Lisbon, Portugal (September 6-9, 2016) 1028 p.

Docomomo International, Casa da Arquitectura

Ana Tostões, Zara Ferreira

Editorial Assistance 
Miguel Roque, Catarina Teles, Sara Saraiva, Daniela Arnaut, Sandra Vaz Costa

TVM Designers

Gráfica Maiadouro, Portugal


Lisbon, 2016 

“Towards the Future, Continuity as an Eternal Present” by Ana Tostões — “14th International Docomomo Conference” by Ana Tostões and Zara Ferreira — “Responsibility and Commitment” by Nuno Sampaio — “Técnico – University of Lisbon and Docomomo International” by Arlindo Oliveira — “Docomomo International in Lisbon” by Fernando Medina

[S01] Marginal Landscape by Jan Haenraets, Andrew Saniga 
“Are Modern Designed Landscapes, Cultural Landscapes?” by Nicole Valois — “Residual Landscapes: Reclaiming Hong Kong’s Lost Urban Spaces” by Peter Ferretto — “Reclamation Landscapes of the Venice Lagoon. The Urgency of Conservation and Reuse of the Rural Settlement of Le Trezze (Portegrandi)” by Sara Di Resta — “Marginal Structures: Bus Stops throughout the Former Soviet Landscape” by Yanis Díaz

[S02] Outside In: Landscape and Building by Marc Treib 
“Consideration of Time in Landscape and Building” by Tiago Torres-Campos — “Landscapes and Sanatorium: The Changing Role of the Natural Site in the Cure for Tuberculosis” by Eva Eylers — “The Fate of Landscape: Place and Architecture in the Works of Hannes Meyer” by Raquel Franklin — “The Creation of an Urban Landscape” by Ana Tostões and Aurora Carapinha

[S03] Architecture and Tourism: Rethinking Modern Leisurescapes by Susana Lobo and Macarena Cortés 
“Architecture and Spirit: The Role of Tourist Resorts for Public Servants during Late Portuguese Colonialism” by Ana Vaz Milheiro — “Branding the Greek Vision for Tourism: The Xenia Network” by Myrianthe Moussa — “Ruins of Mass Tourism in Italy. A Conceptual and Functional Reinterpretation
of Tourist Architectures of the 1950s and 1980s in the mid-Adriatic Landscape” by Sara Cipolletti — “Leisure-scapes and Conflict-scapes: The Famagusta Modern Coastline” by Petros Phokaides and Panayiota Pyla

[S04] Reuse and Valorisation of Modern Architecture in Small Towns: Images, Plans, Strategies by Emma Tagliacollo 
“Motel Trogir Project: Protecting Croatia’s Post-WWII Architecture” by Lidija Mićin — “The Past and the Future of the Soviet Rural Architecture in Estonia” by Laura Ingerpuu — “Democratic Ideas in Concrete: Protection and Valorization of a Modernistic Building Environment in Norway” by Kristian Reinfjord — “The INA-Casa Housing Estate of Mario Ridolfi and Wolfgang Frankl in Cerignola: Analysis and Intervention Strategies” by Raffaella Maddaluno

[S05] Urban Conservation, Modern Heritage and Public Policies: Towards a Sustainable Approach by Horacio Torrent 
“A Change of Scale for Sustainable Interventions on Modern Heritage” by Roberta Grignolo — “Conservation of 1918-1939 Modern Neighbourhoods in Present-day Krakow” by Maciej Motak — “Borovo – from the City of Modern Architecture to the Listed Heritage of a Historical Industrial Complex” by Ines Ambruš and Denis Ambruš — “Tel Aviv’s White City. 12 Years since UNESCO’s Designation” by Horacio Schwartz and Raquel Rapaport — “Modernist Gdynia. Challenges of Heritage-Based Development” by Marek Stępa and Robert Hirsch

[S06] Reinventing Modern Children’s Spaces and Places by Alexandra Alegre, Teresa Heitor and Sandra Marques Pereira (Consultant) 
““Today’s Child is Tomorrow’s State”: Kibbutz Children’s House as Nursery for the Good Zionist Subject 1922–1948” by Yael Allweil — “35 Italian Schools to Save: the “Valdadige” Schools Designed by the Studio Architetti Valle” by Paola Virgioli — “Game, Function and Art: Children’s Playground Artefacts in Post-war Czechoslovakia” by Klára Brůhová — “From Playgrounds to Recreation Centres for People of All Ages: Alfred Trachsel and the Case of Zurich” by Marco Di Nallo

[S07] Large Spaces into Specific Places: The Challenges of Converting Buildings for Cultural Uses by Timo Tuomi 
“Discussion on the Reuse of Industrial Heritage and Relics into Cultural Industry Clusters in China” by Lian Hu — “Improving the Quality of Urban Life through Culture-led Regeneration” by Delaram Ashtari — “Keeping Continuity of Identity in a Changing Society” by Fumiko Ikemoto — “Adaptive Reuse in Industrial Buildings — An Architectural Evaluation of Ankara’s CerModern Art Gallery” by Emre Dedekargınoğlu — “From Bunker to Place of Art. The Adaptive Reuse of WWII Air Raid Shelters in Wrocław (Breslau)” by Grazyna Hryncewicz-Lamber

[S08] Industrial Buildings and Areas as Zones of Transformation by Aino Niskanen 
“Converting Historical Industrial Complexes in European Cities: Best Practices” by Heike Oevermann — “Research on the Existing Condition of MHCMSP Modern and Contemporary Industrial Heritage Protection and Reutilization in China” by Songsong Li and Subin Xu — “Modern Factories for the New Economy” by Nina Rappaport — “Design with History: The Redevelopment of the Industrial Area Oostenburg” Wido Quist and Sara Stroux — “Prefabricated Industrial Architecture in Italy. Preservation versus Transformation” by Francesca Albani

[S09] Conservation Planning for C20 Buildings by Catherine Croft 
““Preserving the Ephemeral”: Capturing what Makes the Eames House Special through Conservation Planning” by Susan MacDonald and Sheridan Burke — “Conservation Plan and Restoration Work of the Ranzan Country Club Clubhouse” by Mitsuru Hirai, Ryohei Kumagai, Sayu Yamaguchi, Naoto Suyama — “The Queensland Cultural Centre, Australia – The Listing of a Modernist Complex” by Kristina Loschetter-Gibson and Pascal Loschetter — “Conservation and Regeneration Plan of a Former Industrial Complex in Rome” by Alessandra Marin

[S10] The Modern Campus: Landscape Identity and Architectural Adaptation by Hannah Lewi and Cameron Logan 
“US Public College Expansion & Development, 1933-76” by Jon Buono — “Introducing a 3-Level Approach for the Identification and Analysis of Impacts on Modern Heritage Sites: The Case of the Campus of the Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas” by Adriana Salas and David Francis — “University of São Paulo: A Campus and Modern Architecture” by Mônica Camargo — “Joining the Past with the Future. The Rescue and Adaptive Reuse of St Peter’s Seminary, Scotland” by John Allan

[S11] Retrofitting the Modern: The Preservation of Post-war Social Housing Estates and their Adaptation to Contemporary Environmental Standards by Luis Lus and Lucía Pérez 
“Transforming to Preserve. An Inquiry into the Complexity of Heritage Values in Modern Social Housing: Hortaleza’s UVA, Madrid” by Isabel Martín and Guiomar Domínguez — “Regenerating Modern Housing in Denmark: Considering Sustainability and Energy Retrofitting in the Lifecycle of Social Housing Estates” by Terri Peters — “Brøndby Strand to Grønby Strand” by Poul Sverrild

[S12] Revisiting African Modernism by Miles Glendinning and Ola Uduku 
“Visions through Innovation, André Ravéreau’s 10 km Plan for the Valley of M’Zab by Daniela Ruggeri — “From Endurance to Resilience: Saurimo School Complex, Angola” by Margarida Quintã — “The Right to the City. Lobito and Francisco Castro Rodrigues” by Zara Ferreira — “Early Ghanaian Architects” by Kuukuwa Manful

[S13]“A Mass of Tradition and Association”: Reviving and Reliving the Buildings of Brutalism by Inbal Gitler and Ruth Verde Zein 
“William Morgan in Florida: Tropical Brutalism in the Age of Consensus” by Jean-François Lejeune — “Sirius Towers: Surviving Redevelopment” by Leigh Hanekom — “Reliving and Reviving Brutalist Concrete Tower in Lithuania” by Aušra Černauskienė — ““Ape Rock” or an Icon of Brutalist Architecture in Germany?” by Monika Motylinska — The Brutalist City: The Case of Kuwait’s New Souqs by Sara Soares

[S14] Conservation and Reuse of Modern Movement Houses by Louise Noelle Gras 
““A House to Be Lived in, Not a Museum”. Reuse of a Protected Icon” by Elisabeth Tostrup — “Casa Zentner: Development of a Conservation Strategy” by Giacinta Jean, Roberta Martinis and Davide Fornari — “Between Tradition and Modernity: Design, Construction, Life and Conservation of a 1960s Portuguese House” by Hugo Farias — “Holiday Houses Reuse and Rehab of Modern Heritage” by Tiago Freitas — “Heritage@Risk – Adaptive Reuse of Pierre Jeanneret House – Chandigarh” by Sa ngeeta Bagga and Sathish Sethuraman

[S15] Modern Healthcare Architecture: Obsolescence and Transformation by Renato Costa, Ana Amora, Claudio Galeno-Ibaceta and Daniela Arnaut 
“Conservative Surgery Method for the Reuse of a Modern Hospital in Yokosuka” by Kenji Watanabe and Waeovichian Abhichartvorapan — “Case Study: Ernest Weissmann’s Hospital Buildings as a Neues Bauen Platform” by Tamara Klarin — “Obsolescence and Future of Paimio Sanatorium (1929–1933) by Alvar Aalto” by Jonas Malmberg — “Sicilian Sanatoriums of the 1930s. Knowing them to Preserve them” by Tiziana Basiricò — “From White Wall to Light Room: Transfiguration of Sanatoriums for Tuberculosis, between Cottinelli Telmo and Eduardo Souto de Moura” by José Avelãs Nunes

[S16] Intangible Heritage and Re-design by Sara Stroux 
“Seduction and Fantasy in the Conversion of Cinema Theatres” by Joana Gouveia Alves — “Unstitching Rex Trueform: A Short Biography of a Building from Clothing Factory to Call Centre” by Ilze Wolff — “Changing Image. Different Ways to Face the Intangible Heritage of Modern Social Housing” by Dorotea Ottaviani — “Beyond Buildings Themselves: Rethinking Contemporary Architecture through the Preservation of Modern Architectural Ideas” by Oren Ben Avraham — “In Search of Identity – A New Method to Analyse and Assess Intangible Heritage” by Søren Vadstrup

[S17] 50 Years after the Second Vatican Council. Taking the Modern Church into the 21st Century by Sven Sterken, Thomas Coomans, Luc Verpoest (Respondent) 
“Modern Sacred Heritage in Barcelona. Balances and Future Challenges” by Alba Arboix-Alió, Cristina Fontanals — “Resistance to Oppression – Case Study of the Hungarian Catholic Church Architecture 1945-1989” by Erzsébet Urbán and Zorán Vukoszávlyev — “Exploring New Territories: The Shared Use of the Parkwijk Church in Turnhout” by Eva Weyns — “Senhora da Boavista, a Church by Agostinho Ricca for the 21st Century” by João Marques — “Use and Adaptation of the Experimental Space in the Divino Espírito Santo do Cerrado Church – Lina Bo Bardi, 1976″ by Ariel Lazzarin

[S18] Structures of the Modern Movement in the post-WWII, Post-colonial Societies by Jong Soung Kimm 
“Adaptive Reuse of Modern School Building in Post-colonial Cyprus” by Sevil Aydinlik, Hıfsiye Pulhan and Türkan Uraz — “Umaid Bhawan Palace: From a Temple-mountain Palace to a Palace Hotel Museum” by Cláudia Porto

[S19] Balancing Material Selection Process with Conservation by Kyle Normandin 
“How Choice of Material is Balanced between Notions of Authenticity and Technical Know-how” by Søren Bak-Andersen — “The Glass Walls of the Brazilian Palace of Congress” by Bruna Lima — “Conservation of Modern Architecture and the Adaptation of New Requirements” by Giovanna Franco and Stefano Musso — “Passion for Tong Lau, the 20th Century Urban Vernacular Block of Hong Kong: Conservation and Adaptive Reuse of Tong Lau Ensemble in Mallory Street, Wan Chai, Hong Kong” by Edward Leung

[S20] Innovative Construction Experiments by Tapani Mustonen 
“Corrugated Iron – A Historical or Modern Material of the Building Envelope?” by Seija Linnanmäki — ““AL-Cast, a Revolutionary New Type of Architectural Material”: History and Conservation Issues” by Giulia Marino — “Rationalist Architecture in Romagna, Italy. Towards Better Preservation” by Giulia Favaretto, Marco Pretelli and Leila Signorelli — “Renovation of a House Designed by Emil Lange – Successes and Failures” by Jadwiga Urbanik — “A Study of the History of the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan (Tokyo Festival Hall) through the Documentation Relating to the Renovations of its Facilities” by Yoshiyuki Yamana

[S21] The Modern Interior – Toward a Re-Evaluation in the Context of Adaptive Reuse by Zsuzsanna Böröcz and Bárbara Coutinho 
“Adapting the Modern Interior: Variations on an Emphatic Approach” by Bie Plevoets and Saidja Heynickx — “The Recognition of the Founding Values in the Modern Interior” by Gioconda Cafiero and Viviana Saitto — “Nomadic or Sedentary: on the Reuse of Modernist Interiors”by Sônia Marques
— “Lina Cubed: 3 Projects, 3 Different Spheres and Scales, 3 Different Stories” by Marta Peixoto

[S22] Between Theory and Practice in the Conservation of Modern Heritage by Andrea Canziani 
“Local and Transnational: Modern European Housing Estates as Heritage” by Katja Hasche — “Good Heritage Action and the Possibilities for Reused Buildings” by Cristina del Bosch — “Integrity and Authenticity when Restoring and Reusing Modern Heritage” by Miia Perkkiö — “Beyond Materiality: Design as Heritage” by Ana Pellegrini

[S23] CIAM Revisited by Carlos Eduardo Comas 
“The Athens Charter IΙ: A Dialectic Grid” by Tilemachos Andrianopoulos — “Bakema and Scharoun Revisited through Post-war CIAM” by Mara Eskinazi — “The Conservation of the Lijnbaan, Rotterdam” by Lucas Van Zuijlen — “CIAM Urbanism Revisited. Modernist Mass Housing Estates in Spain: Best, Good, Standard, Poor (BGSP)” by Javier Monclús and Carmen Medina — “On Circulation: Lina Bo and CIAM’s Fourth Function” by Cláudia Cabral

[S24] Modern Housing and the Aesthetics of Growth and Change by Dirk van den Heuvel and Nelson Mota 
“Which Second Life? Adaptive Reuse as a Contested Paradigm” by Maren Harnack and Jörg Stollmann — “UJ Klarenstraat, Amsterdam: The Transformation of a 1950s Modern Housing Block” by Patricia van Ulzen — “Strategies for Adaptive Reuse: High-Density State Housing in Kuwait” by Asseel Al-Ragam — “Living a Manifesto: The Second Life of EDF’s Housing Towers in Ivry-sur-Seine (Atelier de Montrouge, 1963-67)” by Catherine Blain — “The Corviale in Rome and the Vele in Naples: Can a “Monster” become an Urban Opportunity?” by Luca Molinari and Chiara Ingrosso

[S25] Education for Reuse by Gonçalo Canto Moniz, Carolina Quiroga, Uta Pottgiesser 
“Teaching Preservation: The Experience of the Laboratory of Techniques and Preservation of Modern Architecture, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), 2007-2016” by Franz Graf — “Training in the Conservation of Modern Architecture: A Latin American Experience” by Fernando Moreira — “Learning from Modern Heritage: Methodological Tools for Re-thinking Education in Conservation” by Andrea Canziani, Andrea Luciani and Margherita Pedroni — “Across Disciplinary and National Borders: A Pedagogical Tool for Reuse” by Sandra Marques Pereira and Jim Roche — “Crossover of Generations: A Participatory Approach to Heritage Education and Reuse of Modern Heritage” by Fang-Jay Rong and Ming-li Lee

[S26] Reuse as Activism: Towards Hybrid Strategies of Curation
and Preservation of Modern Architectural Heritage by Henrieta Moravčíková 

“New Practice? On the Process of Preservation of Peter Behrens’s Synagogue in Žilina” by Peter Szalay — “Breaking Old Paradigms – the Case of Savin Sever’s Printing Shop Building in Ljubljana” by Andrej Hrausky — “Squatting the City: An Anarchistic Urban Development in the Former Massó Canning Factory” by Eva Hierzer — “Waking Up the Sleeping Districts: Excursion as a Hybrid Strategy” by Indrė Ruseckaitė

[S27] Docomomo International of Tomorrow by Maristella Casciato and France Vanlaethem 
“Docomomo and the Ongoing Machinist Tradition” by Maximiano Atria — “Roberto Segre (1934-2013): A Case Study on Docomomo and the Path of Modern Architectural History” by Anat Falbel and Gustavo Rocha-Peixoto

[S28] Exploring Issues of Adaptivity – Theory and Practice by Marieke Kuipers 
“Reform Follows Function? Reflections on the Reuse of Modern Buildings” by Eduardo Fernandes — “André Lurçat’s Karl-Marx School in Paris Suburbs: Restoration and Adaptation of a Major Landmark of the Modern Movement” by Christiane Schmuckle-Mollard — “Transforming an Icon on its own Terms: Repurposing Kahn’s Richards Building” by David Fixler — “An Evolving Approach to Adaptation + Additions atop Melbourne’s Skyline” by Alistair Ravenscroft and Hannah Lewi — “In (+) Tangible Heritage: The Schools of João Filgueiras Lima, Lelé” by Ceila Cardoso and Ana Guimarães

[S29] Disruption and Continuity: The Challenge of Conversive Modernism by Pa
nayotis Tournikiotis 

“Continuity by Change – 3 Ways of Conversion in Modern Architecture. The Case of Gdynia” by Maria Sołtysik — “Adaptive Reuse of Industrial Heritage: Resilience or Irreparable Loss?” by Nilufer Yoney, Burak Asiliskender and Aysegul Özer — “The Inohana Memorial Hall: Change and Continuity” by Sumiko Ebara — “The Cultura Artística Theatre: A Controversial Reconstruction” by Paulo Bruna — “Post-war Modernism in Helsinki City Centre: Heritage or Material for Reuse?” by Johanna Björkman