Adaptive Reuse of Cultural Heritage Sites


Adaptive reuse refers to the practice of repurposing and renovating existing buildings or structures for a different use or function than their original intended purpose. This is a sustainable way of giving new life to neglected cultural heritage sites, but the transformation is often a very complex process involving a wide range of stakeholders, which calls for governance.

Key Take-aways

  • Get an introduction to 7 circular governance principles
  • The transformation process involves a wide range of stakeholders
  • Adaptive reuse reimagines cultural heritage sites


The CLIC project

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Reading/listening Time: 5 minutes

Language: English

Year of publication: 2023

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