Ruin and Redemption in Architecture

Ruin and Redemption in Architecture

In four distinct chapters — Lost, Forgotten, Reimagined, and Transformed — Ruin and Redemption in Architecture examines structures and buildings at all stages of neglect, with ample case studies along the way.

It’s written by Dan Barasch—one of the co-founders of New York City’s Lowline, which seeks to transform an underground, abandoned trolley terminal into a public park. Barasch brings both personal experience and in-depth knowledge to bear upon urban renewal, adaptive reuse, and the social implications of these transformations.

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