Cadernos Metrópole nº 62: Deindustrialization and re-functionalization of industrial heritage

The Scientific Editors and Editorial Committee of the journal Cadernos Metrópole invite researchers from areas of knowledge that approach the urban and regional issue to send texts to the organization of volume 27, number 62, about the theme

 

Deindustrialization and re-functionalization of industrial heritage

Editors: Clarissa M. R. Gagliardi, Mônica de Carvalho e Paulo César Garcez Marins

 

The productive restructuring that has been occurring in American and European cities since the 1970s and more recently in Brazil, mainly in the Metropolitan Region of São Paulo (the cradle of Brazilian industrialization), is expressed in the urban territory by means of the vacation of the built factory environment, which then becomes the target of new cycles of real estate appreciation. Preservation and adaptive reuse of such factory territories have been developed internationally and suggest new forms of appropriation of the built environment, subtracting it from the new cycles of real estate appreciation. In Brazil, those initiatives are incipient and tend, almost always, towards the appropriation of urban capital, transforming them into installations targeted at high-income customers, such as shopping malls and luxury condominiums. This increases land value and changes the social mix and architectural legacies of neighborhoods linked to the industrial trajectory.

The historical fragility of public preservation policies regarding industrial heritage, together with fast urban transformation, strengthens the need for a thorough analysis of the dimensions, characteristics, location, and adaptive reuse potential of factory territories for uses in the public interest.

Aiming to enhance the debate on public heritage policies related to industrial remains, the present dossier seeks to select studies that discuss the limits and possibilities of international and national experiences of collective reappropriation of this heritage.



Deadline to send manuscripts: MARCH 31, 2024

 

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