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The Adaptive Reuse of Historic Industrial Buildings: Regulation Barriers, Best Practices and Case Studies

@inproceedings{Cantell2005TheAR,
  title={The Adaptive Reuse of Historic Industrial Buildings: Regulation Barriers, Best Practices and Case Studies},
  author={Sophie Francesca Cantell},
  year={2005}
}
2 " What we need is continuity. .. historic preservation is not sentimentality but a psychological necessity. We must learn to cherish history and to preserve worthy old buildings. .. we must learn how to preserve them, not as pathetic museum pieces, but by giving them new uses. " Ada Louise Huxtable Lessons In Healing the City's Scars 

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