OpenHeritage at ACHS 2020

OpenHeritage at ACHS 2020

On the 28th of August 2020, OpenHeritage partners participated at the Fifth Biennial Conference of the Association of Critical Heritage Studies – ACHS 2020 Futures as part of the curated session The Ethics and Aesthetics of adaptive-reuse. The session was...
Working during the pandemic

Working during the pandemic

How the Pomáz Lab adapted to the new circumstances During the pandemic the Pomáz Lab faced an entirely new situation: personal participation became impossible. So how to keep on working and develop the community? Luckily, an opportunity presented itself allowing to...
Bakery workshop in Praga

Bakery workshop in Praga

mde The Praga neighbourhood in Warsaw is an area where production used to be present on every street, on every corner. Production was manifold: it encompassed not only big factories producing machinery or durable goods but also small scale places, providing goods for...
Our OpenHeritage typology is ready

Our OpenHeritage typology is ready

It describes the policy and governance frameworks around adaptive heritage reuse Much of the current research on adaptive reuse reflects that it is mainly seen as a (design) practice. This research instead focuses on how adaptive heritage reuse is regulated. We looked...