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Ferranti, Natalie
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2019-03-13T09:12:28Z
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2019-03-14T01:00:22Z
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2019-03-13
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https://repository.ihu.edu.gr//xmlui/handle/11544/29253
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Industrial heritage
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Cultural heritage
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Adaptive reuse
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Conservation
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Allatini Mills
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dc.title
Reuse Potential within Industrial Heritage Tourism Perspectives. Case study: Allatini Mills
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masterThesis
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Case study: Allatini Mills
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en
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free
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
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School of Economics, Business Administration and Legal Studies, MSc in Hospitality and Tourism Management
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2019-03-12
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It is unquestionable that heritage buildings are containers of culture and identity of a region or city. Heritage buildings include also industrial buildings and sites. They represent an integral part of cultural heritage whose value, identification, protection and conservation has become an important issue within the European countries. However, conserving and restoring old industrial buildings, without adapting them, leads to diminished historical value. If left without re-functioning, they become obsolete and deteriorated. One suitable treatment method for conserving them is through the adaptive reuse method which is determined as the reuse of old, sometimes abandoned buildings, for new purposes without losing its former character. This action could have social, economic and environmental benefits for cities and their inhabitants. Arguably, field of industrial heritage has not been extensively researched especially in Greece. The current situation in Thessaloniki within the field of industrial heritage will be examined and analyzed, with special emphasis put on Allatini Mills, an abandoned industrial heritage complex. The main aim of this study is the determination of the appropriate function through the concept of adaptive reuse for Allatini Mills. The study covers the theoretical background of cultural tourism, industrial heritage and adaptive reuse for conserving Allatini Mills. Furthermore, given the fact that participation of locals is a vital part of a successful adaptive reuse project for the mills, a questionnaire was distributed as part of framework to find appropriate function for Allatini Mills. To wrap up the thesis, a recommendation and an idea will be proposed as applicable solution for the mills.
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Gkritzali, Alkmini
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Mavragani, Eleni
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Katsaliaki, Korina
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IHU
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ihu
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