Context, Contrast, Continuity – Heritage Conservation and Urban Development

Built Heritage in Modern Metropolises. Urban Development and Cultural Heritage under Pressure
The international online debate event series “Context, Contrast, Continuity – Heritage Conservation and Urban Development” focuses on how the needs of conservation as well as development requirements can be managed in the urban context. How can historically developed urban fabrics/structures or singular buildings withstand the pressure for change from e.g. the real estate industry or housing demands? What can be done by the City’s administration, politicians, and society to protect its cultural heritage? How can existing buildings be integrated into the ongoing development and possibly be adapted to the new standards of living of our era? Researchers and professionals from Israel as well as Germany will address and discuss these and similar questions.
The international online debate event series “Context, Contrast, Continuity – Heritage Conservation and Urban Development” is a cooperation of the Max Liebling Haus- White City Centerouse (Tel Aviv Yafo), the Deutsches Architekturmuseum and the ernst-may-gesellschaft (Frankfurt am Main) and ICOMOS Deutschland. It forms part of the 40th anniversary of the City Partnership Frankfurt Tel Aviv.
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Date & Time
11/12/20, 6:00 PM
Place
Online
Language
English
Price
Free admission, pre-registration required

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