Carlile House : finding ways to preserve run-down heritage buildings through their adaptive reuse

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Rozov, Dmitry
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Master of Architecture (Professional)
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Unitec Institute of Technology
Date
2013
Supervisors
Mitrovic, Branko
Wild, Adam
Chaplin, David
Type
Masters Thesis
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Carlile House (Auckland, N.Z.)
Grey Lynn (Auckland, N.Z.)
adaptive reuse of buildings
converted architecture
Ponsonby (Auckland, N.Z.)
Richmond Road (Auckland, N.Z.)
Chamberlain Street (Auckland, N.Z.)
former Costley Training Institute
Costley Training Institution
adaptive reuse of buildings
building reuse
retrofitting
historic buildings
abandoned buildings
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Rozov, D. (2013). Carlile House : finding ways to preserve run-down heritage buildings through their adaptive reuse. An unpublished explanatory document submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Master of Architecture (Professional), Unitec Institute of Technology.
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This projects positions itself within the general concept of the Auckland City Council Unitary Plan. According to the testimony, “we want Aucklanders to play their part, to help ensure the Unitary Plan protects what makes our city special, while delivering opportunities for growth.” It develops an approach to deal with one of the neglected heritage buildings in Auckland through thoughtful introduction of new functions and integration of the building back into community. This creates an opportunity for us to research and promote ways to protect the building, that is of a great importance to the residents of Auckland by preservation through reuse. Project site: Carlile House, Grey Lynn (Chamberlain Street and Richmond Road)
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