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7th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
CONTEMPORARY ACHIEVEMENTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING 2019 , 2019.y., pp. 53-64


ON CHANGING THE VALUE OF BUILT HERITAGE AFTER MAJOR INTERVENTIONS
 
DOI: 10.14415/konferencijaGFS2019.005
UDC: 725/728
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Author : Kurtović Folić, Nađa; Živaljević Luxor, Nataša; Pasternak, Hartmut
 
 Summary:
 In recent decades, heritage conservation has been extended to a very diverse field of construction, including industrial heritage, numerous forms of housing (not just representative!) and other diverse types of buildings. There is an obvious tendency to protect the significant legacy of global civilization development. As "younger" examples of heritage, such goods are more suitable and susceptible to large interventions and modernization. In this way, preserved and renovated buildings enrich the city's cultural image and lifestyle. Observed in this way, the preservation of heritage is one of the essential parts of the modernization and identification of social identity. The community identifies itself with preserved heritage and supports various ideas on how to present it and use it. The feeling that their protection also implies significant constraints in the manifestation of forms and features is something worth to discuss internationally. Such an approach is, however, becoming more and more flexible, especially since the beginning of the 21st century. The question arises as to what happens to the originally established values of the cultural property that has been altered by large interventions? Is it compulsory to re evaluate and determine the newly created value? Should we wait to create a certain historical distance in order to re-establish the value, or how long it should take to determine whether the interventions have created a new value of a whole that makes a cultural good and interventions in it and with it? The number of questions is g reat, and the experience of the need for re-evaluation is still very modest. That is a process that is constantly refreshed with new ideas, techniques, technologies, and following the civilization development of the society in which the events unfold. Many ways to encourage further research on this topic are just opening up.
 
 Keywords:
 Built heritage, Large-scale interventions, Re-evaluation, New technologies