Continuity with Change: Planning for the Conservation of Man-made Heritage

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Mark Fram, John M. Weiler
Dundurn, Jan 1, 1984 - Social Science - 342 pages
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"[Continuity with Change] seeks to document and demonstrate that middle positions between Change and Continuity are possible and desirable." -- Canadian Architect

"[Continuity with Change] is well produced with a large number of good photographs, maps, and drawings ... obviously designed for a wide audience of planners and others active in heritage conservation." -- The Journal of the Society for Industrial Archeology

"[Continuity with Change] deserves a spot in the library of any professional who works regularly with older ubildings and their surroundings." -- Plan Canada

 

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Contents

tracing and conserving the material past in its historic and regional contexts on the Rideau Quinte Trent Simcoe and Severn waterways
33
surveying the urban heritage in Dundas
105
cultural landscape assessment and heritage conservation in Northwestern Ontario
177
cultural landscapes provincial parks and the case of Sandbanks
221
the value and conservation of a monumental hydroelectric generating station
257
a case for the importance of historical research in planning
323
Contributors
339
Acknowledgements and sources
341
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Mark Fram

Mark Fram is an architectural consultant, designer and planner. He has written extensively about architecture and the history and planning of buildings and cities. Books by Mark Fram include East/West (co-written with Nancy Byrtus), Well-Preserved and 4Square. He holds professional and graduate degrees from the University of Toronto, where he teaches in the faculty of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.

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