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Old and new architecture adaptive reuse

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Built by ARCHSTUDIO in Zi Bo, China Project Background: There’s a dilapidated industrial factory, not far from Zibo train station, is located behind the ...

Completed in 2015 in Zi Bo, China. Project Background: There’s a dilapidated industrial factory, not far from Zibo train station, is located behind the bustling downtown. The...

Completed in 2016 in Hampshire, United Kingdom. Images by Peter Blundy. The project was to renovate and extend the University’s Victorian Chapel. Originally built in 1880, and then extended in 1927, the Chapel is used for...

Completed in 2016 in Hampshire, United Kingdom. Images by Peter Blundy. The project was to renovate and extend the University’s Victorian Chapel. Originally built in 1880, and then extended in 1927, the Chapel is used for...

Architecture: Moritzburg Museum Extension  by Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos: “..an extension to a museum inside a ruined castle..The architects inserted the extension above the 15th century stonework of the Moritzburg Museum.

Architecture: Moritzburg Museum Extension by Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos: “..an extension to a museum inside a ruined castle..The architects inserted the extension above the 15th century ston…

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Owners wanted to preserve this piece of historic architecture - the shell of an old pig sty that was falling appart at the seams, stripped down to its bare structural shell. The shell itself was deemed to be intact but adding to it or subtracting from it would spoil its architectural state. The solution:

Adapt, Transform, Reuse | SPUR

The juxtaposition of old and new enhances our urban fabric, amplifying the layers of history that define great cities. Reimagining old buildings has lead to the creation of some of San Francisco’s most loved places, from the Women’s Building to Mint Plaza to the new Exploratorium.