- Public housing (Social value)
Vernacular responses to 20th Century modern architecture e.g. Tel Aviv Modern; ‘Mediterraneanisation’
Social housing: state-imposed housing typologies;
Social value attached to housing commission towers
- Defunct 20th Century building typologies (technical significance)
Motels; bowling alleys; drive-ins; cinemas; petrol stations
- Aesthetically challenging architecture (architectural / aesthetic significance) ‘Layering later’: contemporary responses to architectural trends and inappropriate refurbishment of existing buildings; e.g. inappropriate refurbishment of modernist buildings such as foyers and facades of post-War office buildings
‘Ugly’, unpopular architectural idioms: Brutalism
Robin Boyd’s Featurism
- The recent past: how recent is too recent?
- Age not necessarily related to significance
Robert Venturi’s ‘Duck’ buildings
The papers listed below were presented in this stream.
Gold Coast Motels, From Riches to Rags
Migration & Modernity: Modernism and the European Emigré Community
Maria Leus & Ine Wouter
Unloved Industrial Heritage as a Motor for Urban Regeneration
Vimy Ridge, Canada’s First World War Memorial: The Restoration Challenges Presented by an Early-Modern Structure.