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‘European Port Cities’ Ambiance as Heritage of the Future. An analysis of Dublin and Gothenburg

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I analyse how the specific spatial-material structure in combination with a certain local culture accounts for European port cities’ characteristic ambiances. I show how port cities’ historic material structure helps to preserve their maritime ambiance as cultural heritage for the future. Using two case studies from urban planning projects in Dublin (Ireland) and Gothenburg (Sweden), I show how European port cities’ ambiances do not only stem from the cities’ characteristic historic design, but are also used as heritage for the cities’ future.
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hal-01414085 , version 1 (12-12-2016)

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Anna-Lisa Müller. ‘European Port Cities’ Ambiance as Heritage of the Future. An analysis of Dublin and Gothenburg. Ambiances, tomorrow. Proceedings of 3rd International Congress on Ambiances. Septembre 2016, Volos, Greece, Sep 2016, Volos, Greece. p. 945 - 950. ⟨hal-01414085⟩
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