Adapt, Reuse is a collaborative project – we invite you to participate by suggesting examples that have the potential to establish unexpected connections or reveal as-yet unexplored concepts that can inform, support and encourage practices of adaptive reuse.
Suggestions can take any form – a text, a built project, a drawing, a photograph, a process, a piece of music, anything at all. They don’t have to be restricted to the discipline of architecture – we welcome examples from all fields, in particular examples which transgress or trouble disciplinary and temporal boundaries.
We are interested in examples that explore topics such as memory, palimpsest, as found spaces, juxtapositions, common grounds, thresholds and the blurring of past, present and future. Don’t worry if the link with adaptive reuse is not immediately obvious – these are very broad terms, and the aim of this project is to open them up even further.
You can submit a contribution using the form below, or by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org, telling us why you are suggesting this reference following the prompts provided.
Thank you in advance for your collaboration, we look forward to hearing from you!