Docomomo International 1988-2012: Key Papers in Modern Architectural Heritage Conservation (472p.)

Publisher: China Architecture & Building Press

Editors: Ana Tostões and Liu Kecheng
Language: English and Chinese
ISBN: 978-7-112-16848-4


Chapter One: History of Docomomo International

Introduction by Huber-Jan Henket

Controversy between Functionalism and Restoration: Keep Zonnestraal for Eternity as a Ruin by Wessel Reinink

The Issue of Transitoriness in Modern Architecture by Hilde Heynen

MOMO’s Second Chance – the Revaluation of the Urban Housing by John Allan

What Happened? Fourteen Years of Docomomo by Wessel de Jonge

From Sentiment to Science-Docomomo Comes of Age by Johan Allan

Chapter Two: Practice of Docomomo International

Critical Restoration of Modern Architecture by Bruno Reichlin

The Icon and the Ordinary by Huber-Jan Henket

Technical Response to Typical Conservation Problems or Architecture in England aafter the Warcurrent Research a Case Studies from English Heritage by Susan MacDonald

Professional Reception vs. Cultural Context – For Whom do We Preserve the Architecture of the Modern Movement? By Anja Kervanto Nevanlinna

Docomomo US an Change in Preservation in America by Theodore H.M. Prudon, Helene Lippstadt

The Original Intention-Intention of the Original? Remarks on the Importance of Materiality Regarding the Presevation of the Tugendhat House and Other Buildings of Modernism by Ivo Hammer

Reconstructing the Philips Pavilion, Brussels 1958 Elements for a Critical Assessment by Sven Sterken

The Cubanacan Art Schools Rehabilitated by Universo Garia Lorenzo

Modern Architecture is Durable: Using Change to Preserve by Maristella Casciato

Conservation Challenges at Frank Lloyd Whright’s Solomon r. Guggenheim Museum by Angel Ayon, Pamela Jerome

Summarizing Report on Discussion “Docomomo” Register

Proposal on the Docomomo Register Report on Session “National Registers”

Remarks on the Occasion of the “Docomomo Japan: the 100 Selections” Exhibition by Hiroyuki Suzuki

Aims and Themes of the Docomomo Registers by Maristella Casciato

The Selective Inventory of the Modern-Movement Works: Monuments vs. Ordinary Architecture by Gerard Monnier

Chapter Three: Modern Architecture and Cultural Heritage

Modern Movement and the the World Heritage List The Docomomo ISC/Registers Recommendation to ICOMOS

The Challenge of Authenticity for the Modern Architecture and Heritage by France Vanlaethem

UNESCO’s World Heritage Centre and the Programme on Modern Heritage by Francesco Bandarin

How Should the Basic Requirements of the World Heritage List Be Interpreted in the Case of the Modern Architecture? By Jukka Jokilehto

The Madrid Document: Intervention Approaches for the Twentieth Century Architectural Heritage by Sheridan Burke

Chapter Four: Cities and the Modern Movement

Rome, the City of the Future in the Lessons of the History: Typological Models and Strategies of Intervention by MariaLetizia Conforto

The Modern City Facing the Future by Allen Cunningham Living the Urban Modernity towards the Future by Ana Tostoes

Modern and Green: Heritage, Energy and Economy by Franz Graf, Giulia Marino

Megaform and Landform as A Remedial Strategy by Kenneth Frampton

Chapter Five: Understanding Modern Movement in Different Contexts

The Modern Movement Put into A Different Context by Hiroyasu Fujioka

Kunio Maekawa’s “Technical Approach” to the Creation of the Modern Japanese Architecture by Hiroshi Matsukuma

Back from Utopia: the Challenge of the Modern Movement by Hubert-Jan Henket

Guide of “The 13th International Docomomo Conference, Seoul, 2014”

“Expansion and Conflict” of them Modern Movement (MoMo) and Conservation in Japan by Kenji Watanabe

Inheritance, Intervations, Interpretation & Integrations: A Critical Appraisal of the Modernism in the Context of Indian Architecture by Yantin Pandya