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Odnos grada prema industrijskoj baštini. Studija slučaja bivše tvornice Rog u Ljubljani i Paromlina u Zagrebu


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Šolčić, Katarina. (2016). Odnos grada prema industrijskoj baštini. Studija slučaja bivše tvornice Rog u Ljubljani i Paromlina u Zagrebu. Diploma Thesis. Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Department of Sociology. [mentor Šarinić, Jana].

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Industrial heritage is a part of the urban space. With the end of its primary functions, industrial architecture is getting new meanings. Industrial heritage is a part of the visual identity of the city, but it's importance is also symbolic. With the revitalization of these locations part of the city's historical identity and social memory can be preserved. Industrial heritage is a potential for the development of industrial and cultural tourism, and represents suitable locations for the development of cultural and creative industries. In this paper, different aspects of the relationship of the city towards the industrial heritage, as well as it's potential for development of the city are examined. We have briefly shown the definition and prescribed ways of treating the specific cases of the former factory Rog in Ljubljana and Paromlin in Zagreb, their current state and prospects for the future through an overview of the strategies for the development of the two cities. The research was conducted in Ljubljana and Zagreb. Used method of the research is a semi-structured interview with the possibility of free answers. The interview was conducted with 13 respondents, 5 in Ljubljana and 8 in Zagreb. The respondents are experts in the fields of sociology, ethnology and cultural anthropology, architecture, art history and theory of design and urban geography. In addition, interviews were conducted with the head of Roglab in Ljubljana, the representative of the Department of Culture of the City of Ljubljana, director of the Museums and Galleries of Ljubljana and the representative of the party „Za grad“ in Zagreb. The results of the research have shown that the industrial heritage can be considered as a part of the identity of the city and it's revitalization should be carried out with the idea of the cultural and public purpose. Due to lack of funds on the city and state levels it's extremely important to think how to develop cultural content in the locations of industrial heritage that will be self-sustaining.

Item Type: Diploma Thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords: industrial heritage, identity of the city, revitalization, creative industry, creative city
Subjects: Sociology
Departments: Department of Sociology
Supervisor: Šarinić, Jana
Date Deposited: 21 Feb 2017 09:35
Last Modified: 21 Feb 2017 09:35

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