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Docomomo Preservation Technology Dossier 3: Reframing the Moderns, Substitute Windows and Glass

Author: Anne Beim, Marianna Heikinheimo, Boje Lundgaard, ed.al.

Publisher: DOCOMOMO International (2000)

Dimensions (length x width x height): 21 cm × 1 cm × 30 cm

Pages: 127

Language: English

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Docomomo Preservation Technology Dossier 3: Reframing the Moderns, Substitute Windows and Glass (April 2000)

History and Development: — Windows by Boje Lundgaard — Steel Framed Windows of the 1930s: Metal Window Industry in Finland by Marianna Heikinheimo — Glass as Matter: A Brief History of Manufacturing and Application by Anne Beim — Window Glass Technology in the 20th Century: Glass Manufacturing in the United States by T. Gunny Harboe

Strategies and Policies: — Framing Opinions: English Campaign to Conserve Windows by Chris Wood — Keep the Spirit! Window Replacement in Rotterdam’s 1900–60 Districts by Wessel de Jonge — An Artificial Look: PVXC Replacement Windows in Tallinn by Andri Ksenofontov

Case Studies: — Restoration of a 19th Century Curtain Wall: The Reliance Building of Chicago, USA by T. Gunny Harboe & Stephen J. Kelly — Modern Buildings and Their Windows: Some Restoration Experiences in Germany by Berthold Burkhardt & Dieter Rentschler-Weissman — Restoration of Transparency: The Casa del Fascio in Como (Giuseppe Terragni, 1932–36) by Alberto Artioli & Wessel de Jonge — Preservation of Steel Framed Windows: The Weisse Stadt Estate in Berlin-Reinickendorf, 1929–30 by Winfried Brenne — Modification of Existing Windows: Vestersø Apartment House (Fisker & Møller, 1937–39) by Søren Lundquist — The Window and the Plane: The Central Post Office in The Hague (Bremer, 1939–49) by Dirk Jan Postel — Retention and Replacement, a Careful Balance: The Westman House in Lund, Sweden (1939) by Thomas Tägil — Euro-legislation Calls for Changes: Copenhagen’s White Meat Town (1932–34) by Jens Borsholt — Light and Air in a Poisonous and Noisy World: Sveaplan School in Stockholm (Ahrbom & Zimdahl, 1936) by Torbjörn Almqvist — Re-use of a Building Where Less is More: Rietveld’s School of Art, Arnhem (1958–63) by Hubert-Jan Henket