The steamer Foyle, Captain Wyse, from Londonderry, arrived at the Broomielaw on Sunday morning, after a boisterous passage.
Among the other freight the Foyle… 47 more words
Nilüfer Baturayoğlu Yöney, Burak Asiliskender, Ayşegül Özer
DOCOMOMO 14th International Conference
Adaptive Reuse, The Modern Movement Towards the Future
Lisbon, 6-9 September 2016
The restoration and adaptive reuse of industrial heritage buildings and complexes, which present structurally and functionally resilient shells, provide us with an interesting dilemma in theory and practice: Made of hard wearing materials to house straining functions and to last as long as possible, they are also flexible enough to adapt to almost any new purpose as a container. 233 more words
Our Autumn Meeting will look at the current status of industrial machinery in UK museums and ask whether the long-term sustainability of machinery collections could or indeed should be ensured. 305 more words