By the second half of the project an online database will be available displaying the results of the overview of the European policies of heritage re-use and analysis of the Observatory Cases. In doing so, the database will allow comparing the legal and institutional environments with the actual practice of adaptive reuse. The database will serve as a repository of ideas and will be freely available, with the aim to support knowledge sharing under various circumstances and policy development.
Observatory Case videos are conceived to accompany and support the Observatory Case studies in a format that is more accessible and can reach a broader audience. They tell the story of each initiative through testimonies of their protagonists, highlighting the importance of both individual engagement and community spirit. The OC videos had been produced in the first 24 months of the OpenHeritage project and will be featured in exhibitions, presentations and screenings. You can ready about the making of the videos here and watch the videos in the individual case pages below, or at the project’s Vimeo channel.
OpenHeritage Database provides overview of heritage reuse regulatory frameworks and concrete reuse practices across Europe
OpenHeritage Database is an open, easy to navigate and searchable repository of knowledge systematically collected in the project. It combines the in-depth analysis of heritage reuse policies and regulations in different European countries with the practical knowledge...
London CLT is London’s first Community Land Trust established in the former psychiatric hospital of St Clements, in the Mile End area. The CLT provides affordable housing, allowing long-term residents who would be priced out to stay in the area, countering the...
The Sargfabrik, a transformed former coffin factory has been one of the most important adaptive reuse projects with an innovative housing aim
Cascina Roccafranca is a public social and cultural centre operating in a large former farm house and its courtyard on the periphery of Turin
Fargfabriken is a contemporary cultural laboratory, exhibition space and event centre in a 1889 industrial building
The Potocki Palace, a rococo residence and its surroundings in a county town Radzyn Podlaski in Eastern Poland
The former church complex Convento delle Cappuccinelle, situated in a very dense neighborhood of Naples historical center, was a juvenile jail until the end of the last century when it was definitively dismissed.
Situated in a former industrial neighbourhood in Lviv, this new-generation cultural centre initiated by the Harald Binder Cultural Enterprises is designed to catalyse the regeneration of the entire area
Largo Residências is a cooperative hostel, artist residence and café using a formerly empty residential building in Lisbon’s Intendente neighbourhood.
La Fábrika de toda la vida is located in a rural Spanish town in an old cement factory.
Starting the mid-2000s, a series of bottom-up initiatives turned the abandoned, dilapidated buildings in the former Jewish Quarter into temporary bars
Located near the centre of Bucharest, part of the factory is still used for production
Bratislava’s Old Market Hall (Stará tržnica), owned by the municipality and unused for years, was leased to an NGO for a symbolic one euro per year
ExRotaprint is an industrial complex in Wedding, Berlin that hosts cultural and social activities
The term ‘Green Metropolis’ is an art term that should combine the post-industrial landscapes in the German, Dutch and Belgian border region.
The Navy Yard Amsterdam is a 15HA area close to the central station in Amsterdam
The recently refurbished site called Citadel incorporates the ruins of the Roman-period town of Apulum