William Leiper's Works in Helensburgh : Preservation and Reuse of Cairndhu : Research on the preservation and reuse of historical buildings in Britain

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  • ヘレンズバラにおける建築科W.Lieperの活動とケアンドゥの保存・活用事例 : 英国における歴史・伝統的建造物の保存・活用に関する研究
  • ヘレンズバラにおける建築家W.Leiperの活動とケアンドゥの保存・活用事例--英国における歴史・伝統的建造物の保存・活用に関する研究
  • ヘレンズバラ ニ オケル ケンチクカ W Leiper ノ カツドウ ト ケアンドゥ ノ ホゾン カツヨウ ジレイ エイコク ニ オケル レキシ デントウテキ ケンゾウブツ ノ ホゾン カツヨウ ニ カンスル ケンキュウ

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The purpose of this paper is to clarify how the existing historic buildings has been preserved and reused in Scotland. The research is especially focused on Glasgow born architect, William Leiper and his woiks in Helensburgh. Helensburgh, a port town situated in the west part of Scotland, is known as the 19th centuty resort place and also building estate for bourgeois who has established their wealth in the development of Industrial Revolution. Lieper designed private houses for these people. Among these houses, Caimdhu which was designed for John Ure who was a load provost of Glasgow between 1880 and 1883 is now used as a nursing home for elderly people. The house used to use as a hotel for several years before it transformed as a nursing home. In this paper, we have revealed how the building designed as a private house has beenpreserved and reused within over one hundred yeam


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