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by Hans Mommaas,Nienke van Boom

Free eBook Comeback Cities: Transformation Strategies for Former Industrial Cities download ISBN: 9056627074
Author: Hans Mommaas,Nienke van Boom
Publisher: nai010 publishers (March 31, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 256
Category: Art and workmanship
Subcategory: Architecture
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International comparative analysis of former textile cities and their 'comeback strategies'. In this chapter results are showed from the design workshop by students from the Tilburg Academy o. More). Nienke van der Boom, J. T. Mommaas.

London city is a good example of the cities that underwent recovery after changing their outlook (or re-inventing themselves) with economic structure .

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Published by nai010 publishers, 2010. Text by Nienke van Boom, Hans Mommaas. Catalog SPRING 2010 Urban Studies. Distributor Availability: In Print. PUBLISHER nai010 publishers. BOOK FORMAT Flexi, . 5 x . 5 i. 256 pgs, 150 color. PUBLISHING STATUS Pub Date 3/31/2010 Active.

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Exhibition at the Audax Textile Museum in Tilburg from 22 September 2009 to 10 January 2010. With its various case studies, Comeback Cities serves as a catalyst for the development of ideas on urban regeneration in the field of economics, architecture and urban design, and as a stimulus to international cooperation. The book is lavishly illustrated with exceptional photographs from the past and present.

For centuries, certain cities in Europe were dominated by the textile industry―until the industry relocated to lower-wage countries, leaving these formerly prosperous cities languishing, their abandoned factories sitting unpurposed and untenanted. Comeback Cities presents the results of a unique study of the period following the demise of the textile industry across cities in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, England, Finland, France, Italy and Poland. The research focuses on the solutions these cities have conceived to recover from today's outsource economy. In a variety of case studies, Comeback Cities stimulates discussion on urban revitalization and international cooperation. Alongside this research, the book surveys the worldwide debate on this topic, and is richly illustrated with photographs.