ADAPTIVE REUSE OF INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE-CASE OF THE TEXTILE FACTORY “KOSTA STAMENKOVIC” IN SERBIA

DOI: 10.18503/2309-7434-2018-1(11)-3-11

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ALEKSANDRA KOSTIC, MSc. Arch., Ph.D. student, University of Nis, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture in Nis, Serbia

ALEKSANDAR KEKOVIC, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Nis, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture in Nis, Serbia

DANICA STANKOVIC, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Nis, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture in Nis, Serbia

BRANKO TURNSEK, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Nis, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture in Nis, Serbia

MILAN TANIC, Ph.D., Associate Professor, University of Nis, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Architecture in Nis, Serbia

Abstract: In order to enhance preservation practice of industrial heritage buildings, this paper at-tempts to investigate and to present applicable patterns of conversion of old factory buildings. Main focus is put on the conversion of the former textile industry complex „Kosta Stamenkovic“, situated in the city of Leskovac, in Serbia. With the intention to return the former architectural glory and to activate new function, it has been necessary to implement set of urbarchitectural intervention in accordance with the current legislation in the field of protection of cultural heritage. The general intention of this paper is to explore the opportunities and importance of adaptive reuse of industrial heritage in order to enable the sustainability of the urban centres culture, history and economy, and to form the reputable patterns.

Key words: industrial heritage, adaptive reuse, conversion, pattern, function.

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