Evaluation criteria for adaptive reuse of modern architecture,(Case study: Qasr Museum-Garden)

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تاریخ نمایه سازی: 8 مرداد 1398

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As one of the strategies of refurbishment, adaption provides compromise between the old physical environment and current needs. Nowdays, the importance of preserving history, cultural identity and the evolution of societies and its transfer to future generations, as well as environmental issues, adaptive reuse of existing buildings has got a special place.The qualitative nature of this approach and its dependence on several factors has made it complicated and difficult to achieve a specific framework for evaluating the experiences. Due to the lack of a precise method, the evaluation of executed plans is usually not carried out; therefore, errors are repeated frequently and lead to irreparable damages. Hence, the purpose of this paper is to introduce effective criteria to assess the reuse of modern heritage and provide a detailed framework for it. This research is a qualitative research, conducted by descriptive-analytic strategy and based on library and field studies, studying literature and previous experiences. An adaptive reuse project, follows three aims of cultural and historical heritage conservation, the success of new performance and the development of local communities and a successful project appropriately balances these three goals. In this regard, the measures taken to change the function of the Qasr Prison, one of the most valuable buildings in Iran s modern & contemporary architecture, which has now been used as the Museum Garden, have been studied based on the criteria and framework presented, to reveal the positive and negative aspects and its success rate and can be used in future plans

Authors

Rana Tootoonchi

Master student of restoration and conservation of architectural heritage, Faculty of fine arts, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran

Farnaz Faraji

Master student of restoration and conservation of urban heritage, Faculty of fine arts, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran

Mina Mehrtash

Master student of restoration and conservation of architectural heritage, Faculty of fine arts, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran