In addition, the society level helps defining the suitable adaptive reuse type that meets the skills of the surrounding community and the level of their participation, The economy domain of the strategy concentrates on completing the adaptive reuse process in an economic way that adds value to the historic building. A case study of 1315 Peachtree Street, Atlanta, GA demonstrates some of the barriers that are currently present achieving energy efficiency and sustainability in adaptive reuse and strategies that were used to overcome those barriers. the opening questions by investigating a relevant case study, the adaptive reuse of the Ospedale of San Giovanni di Dio in Cagliari, Italy. 1). Adaptive reuse is considered as a successful approach for conserving historic buildings by adjusting its use to match its location and time. You may be able to access this content by logging in via Shibboleth, Open Athens or with your Emerald account. The first one represents, in particular, the essential needs of the world’s poor in which prevailing priority should be given, whereas the latter refers to resources imposed by the state of technology and social organization and the environment’s ability to meet present and future needs. Furthermore, despite claims that it is motivated by the 3 Es of the sustainability triangle, the authors could find no research that critiques adaptive reuse from this perspective. Department of Environment and Heritage (DEH). Practicum in Real Estate: BU 767.810 - Section 51 - 1 - Spring 2009 (1987). Wilkinson, S., Reed, R., & Kimberley, J. By two adaptive reuse heritage case studies with respective hedonic pricing analysis on their adjacent property prices, this paper presents the results of how residential property prices have been increased as a result of heritage adaptive reuse. The interaction between these pillars creates three new pillars, namely, social–environmental, environmental–economic and economic–social (Figure 2; Rodriguez et al. Based on the comparison of success and failure factors, the risks and opportunities of adaptive reuse projects are explained. The principal vision of a sustainable built future is about developing creative designs that utilize energy and materials effectively. . The government domain of the strategy is concerned with the role of the government in preserving and maintaining historic buildings, being national and international valuable elements, as well as the responsibility towards sustainable development of communities that live around these buildings. implementing corrective actions and closing out. World Development Report. Another dimension of the environment domain is to consider the impact of the surrounding environment on the performance and sustainability of the historic building, The law domain of the strategy is concerned with establishing the regulations and enforcing the rules that organize the preservation, restoration and adaptive reuse of historic buildings. Generating Sustainable Values and Achieving Client Satisfaction in Construction Projects through Maintenance Management: The Case of Housing Projects in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. (2016). Sustainable values are delivered through the optimum achievement of the required functions that meet the clients’ and users’ needs, desires and expectations in a way that protects the environment, enhances the society and prospers the economy. Within the built environment, sustainable development aims to deliver built assets that enhance quality of life, achieve customer satisfaction, offer flexibility and the potential to cater for user changes in the future, provide and support desirable natural and social environments and maximize the efficient use of resources (Othman 2007). Case Study 2: Kolkata Town Hall’s achievements of sustainability values (developed by the authors). Bullen, P. A., & Love, P. E. D. (2010). UNESCO, World Heritage Centre, Cairo. In adaptive reuse, there are no actors at the equity corner of the triangle, and there are minimal attempts to address concerns along the equity–environment and equity–economic development edges of the triangle. (2009). Available at UNDP.org: http://www.eg.undp.org/content/egypt/en/home/sdgoverview/post-2015-development-agenda.html. Furthermore, presentation technology (e.g., sound, light and laser) could be applied to entertain the visitors and allow the use of the historic building at different times of the day throughout the year, To investigate the current challenges that obstruct the adaptive reuse of historic buildings in developing countries, Studying the current status of historic buildings (e.g. (2012). The case studies mentioned earlier highlighted the effectiveness of adaptive reuse process towards achieving sustainable values. Social and Economic Aspects of Sustainable Development. The relationship between characteristics of developing countries and sustainability pillars (developed by the authors). Sustainable development has become a goal for all countries seeking a balance between social, environmental and economic needs. Factors influencing the adaptive reuse of buildings. http://www.shvoong.com/social-sciences/1758902-characteristics-developing-countries/. © 2018 Ayman Ahmed Ezzat Othman et al., published by Sciendo. Burton, B. Through adaptive reuse old, unoccupied buildings can The process of restoring the building for public use included repair work to different building elements such as roofs, floors, doors and windows and building services. Grade 3 (buildings of some merit): in this type of buildings, preservation in some form would be desirable and alternative means could be considered if preservation is not practicable. Jun 5, 2015 - Explore Joanna J's board "Adaptive Reuse Case Studies" on Pinterest. (1987). The data collected from the case studies were analyzed using content analysis. The preservation of ornaments provided an aesthetical sense of that era, Since repair works were incorporated in the adaptive reuse process, many building elements were restored and repaired, which resulted in a better aesthetical appearance, The adaptive reuse included high technology and innovation. Five religious buildings that have been reused for different purposes ... buildings reused for different purposes or religious purposes as the unit of analysis. http://www.eg.undp.org/content/egypt/en/home/sdgoverview/post-2015-development-agenda.html. (1998). 46–61. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Based on this review, in the case study part, I will examine the adaptive reuse of historic housing in the economic transformation of China, analyze the growth coalition under a socialistic market economy, and explore how historic preservation contributes to urban redevelopment. Organisation, Technology and Management in Construction: An International Journal, 6(1), pp. Bose, S. (2012). (2016). Sustainable development potential in the wake of a former industrial building adaptive reuse project, given the several variables involved, is an important subject of study and is known by the wider scientific community to add value to a city. That may, however, be more a reflection of 16–22. Yung, E. H., & Chan, E. H. (2012). https://openknowledge.worldbank.org/handle/10986/4391. Adaptive Reuse of Holdredge Garage: A Case Study in Geotechnical Engineering and Historic Preservation. A. E., Ghaly, M., & ZainulAbidin, N. (2013). Kumar, A. (2014). 2009; Bullen and Love 2009). The house reflects the social patterns of Ottoman period with separated public and private areas, salamlik and haramlik, respectively.