Industrial Heritage Adaptive Reuse Case StudiesBy
Industrial Heritage Adaptive Reuse Case Studies
What are the opportunities in our industrial heritage?
How can reusing these fascinating places and spaces help reinvigorate our cities, towns and landscapes?
What roles might they play in twenty-first century Victoria?
The Heritage Council of Victoria presents 12 case studies and an issue paper to challenge and inspire us to make better use of the state's industrial heritage:
- Bass Coast Rail Trail, Gippsland, Victoria
- Boatbuilders Yard, South Wharf, Victoria
- Carriageworks, Eveleigh, NSW
- Cockatoo Island, Sydney Harbour, NSW
- Flourmill Studios, Newtown, NSW
- Canberra Glassworks, Kingston, ACT
- New Farm, Teneriffe and Newstead, Brisbane, QLD
- Banbury Village, Footscray, Victoria
- Paddington Reservoir Gardens, Paddington, NSW
- River Studios, West Melbourne Victoria
- School of Architecture and Design University of Tasmania, Launceston, Tasmania
- 1 Fennell Street, Port Melbourne, Victoria
The case studies and issues paper have been prepared for the Heritage Council by Justine Clark.
The issues paper, Adaptive Reuse of Industrial Heritage: Opportunities & Challenges (PDF 1.1 MB) or (Word 182 KB) is available to download.