Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)
Istraživački projekt
Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)
Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)
Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)
Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)
Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)
Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)
Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)
Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)
Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)
Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)
Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)
Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)
Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)

Heritage Urbanism – Urban and Spatial Models for Revival and Enhancement of Cultural Heritage (HERU)

Koordinator: Arhitektonski fakultet Sveučilišta u ZagrebuVoditelj: Mladen Obad ŠćitarociSuradnici: Bojana Bojanić Obad Šćitaroci, Alenka Delić, Sanja Gašparović, Jesenko Horvat, Vedran Ivanković, Tihomir Jukić, Zlatko Karač, Damir Krajnik, Nenad Lipovac, Ivan Mlinar, Ana Mrđa, Tin Oberman, Lea Petrović Krajnik, Marko Rukavina, Zorana Sokol Gojnik, Ana Sopina, Tamara Zaninović, Dr.sc. Biserka Dumbović Bilušić, Ministarstvo kulture, konzervatorski odjel u Rijeci; Dr.sc. Irma Huić, Hrvatski restauratorski zavod; Dr.sc. Jasenka Kranjčević, Institut za turizam; Doc.dr.sc. Mara Marić, Sveučilište u Dubrovniku; Doc.dr.sc. Koraljka Vahtar-Jurković, Primorsko-goranska županija; Dr.sc. Alen Žunić, ETH /gta – Institut za povijest i teoriju arhitekture, Zürich; Mr.sc. Igor Gojnik, Siloueta arhitektura, Zagreb; Mr.sc. Mirna Meštrović, Gradski ured za strategijsko planiranje i razvoj Grada, Zagreb; Mr.sc. Ksenija Petrić, Ministarstvo kulture, konzervatorski odjel u Zagrebu; Mr.sc. Flavio Stimilli, Università di Camerino, Scuola di Architettura e Design; Nikša Božić, Hrvatska sekcija ECOVAST-a, Zagreb; Boris Dundović, doktorand, Technische Universität Wien Zehra Laznibat, Ministarstvo kulture, konzervatorski odjel u Dubrovniku; Boško Opalić, doktorand Arhitektonskog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Pronad d.o.o, Zagreb; Marina Pavković, doktorandica Arhitektonskog fakulteta Sveučilišta u Zagrebu; Ksenija Radić Knežević, Kvantum, Zagreb; Dario Sironić, Gradski ured za prostorno uređenje, izgradnju Grada, graditeljstvo, komunalne poslove i promet, Zagreb; Marijana Sironić, Gradski zavod za zaštitu spomenika kulture i prirode, ZagrebIzvor financiranja: Hrvatska zaklada za znanostŠifra: 2032 (HRZZ-IP-2013-11-2032)Trajanje: 1.9.2014.-31.8.2018.Ugovoreni iznos: 834.500,00Iznos na AF: 834.500,00
Katedra za urbanizam, prostorno planiranje i pejsažnu arhitekturu
Croatia’s urban heritage is at least 25 centuries old although life took place here even much earlier. Examples of cultural heritage (urban, architectural and landscape heritage) in Croatia are numerous, valuable and diverse. It is, for the most part, recognized and protected, partially explored but jeopardized because a considerable number of built heritage is not included in the lives of cities, settlements and people. The fundamental question is how to include this numerous decaying heritage in contemporary life, how to prevent its further decay, how to make it a resource which will be sustainable and how to creatively supplement it – without losing its heritage attribute.
This research project brings together 36 researchers and PhD students, conducting research on 17 topics of diverse types of cultural heritage. Heritage Urbanism - HERU method reflects on revitalization and enhancement of heritage in spatial, urban and landscape, contexts. The context influences on heritage and its revitalization, while new usage/adaptation of heritage is stimulating for development of its surrounding. The method implies establishing a balance between economic success and the preservation of heritage authenticity.
From HERU perspective, cultural heritage must be active – it has to actively contribute to the development of the local community and improve the quality of space and human life. Active heritage is the one which has permanent usage, and which is active subject in contemporary, social, economic and spatial development of local community. Heritage is adaptable, and we have to give it an opportunity for transformation and with it a chance to extend its life or give it a new life.
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