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Verschuure, G.A (author)
The redevelopment of the New Dutch Waterline, also known as the New Hollandic Waterline, was crucial to a change in public appreciation of Dutch military heritage and its connection to landscape design. Starting in 1980, new methods of revitalization combined preservation, renewal, and narrative approaches. At the same time, the work on the New...
book chapter 2020
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Verschuure, G.A. (author)
Appointing the pedestrian crossing on Abbey Road (London, UK) as a listed monument is exemplary for the changing ideas on the preservation of monuments and historic sites in the last decades. This pedestrian crossing was not listed as a monument for its beauty, authenticity or its unique role in architectural history, which are normally criteria...
conference paper 2014
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Verschuure, G.A. (author)
Fifteen years have passed since the start of the national project New Dutch Waterline, presented as an illustrative example of a renewed approach of which spatial design was cross linked to heritage, for it described in the Nota Belvedere (Feddes, 1999). From 1815 until 1940 the New Dutch Waterline was one of the major defence lines, both a...
conference paper 2014