Adaptive primary school design: Post-pandemic reuse projects for Adana former archeology museum

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This chapter explores the strategies for adapting existing buildings in a way that respects both cultural and environmental sustainability. It specifically focuses on the adaptive reuse of the Adana Former Archaeology Museum, exploring its transformation into a primary school in response to post-pandemic needs. The primary goal is to demonstrate the potential of adaptive reuse of heritage buildings for contemporary educational purposes while preserving their cultural essence. The methodology involves a teaching experiment (case study) with undergraduate interior design students, who develop various scenarios and spatial designs for the museum's transformation. This case study offers practical insights into the challenges and opportunities of adaptive reuse in architecture and interior design. The chapter highlights adaptive reuse's major implications for educational leaders, emphasizing the importance of creating dynamic, flexible, and adaptable learning environments.

Orijinal dilİngilizce
Ana bilgisayar yayını başlığıLeading and Managing Change for School Improvement
YayınlayanIGI Global
Sayfalar173-197
Sayfa sayısı25
ISBN (Elektronik)9781799839415
ISBN (Basılı)9781799839408
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Yayın durumuYayınlandı - 19 Şub 2024

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