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Dediščina za vključujočo trajnostno preobrazbo - HEI-TRANSFORM (Slovene)

Code:

J7-4641

Period:

1.10.2022 - 30.9.2025

Range on year:

7.30 FTE | 2022

Project leader at FDV:

izr.prof.dr. Matjaž Uršič

External project leader:

dr. Sonja Ifko, UL, Fakulteta za arhitekturo

Co-financiers:

ARIS

Research activity:

Social sciences

The phases of the project and their realization:

WP1: State of the field and development challenges in the protection of ICH in Slovenia and the role of stakeholders WP2: ICH as capital for sustainable development and green transformation WP3: Local development for sustainable transformation: ICH in the context of new localism WP4: Supportive planning and management approaches and tools to guide inclusive adaptive re-use projects WP5: CULTURAL HERITAGE 4.0 model WP6: RevitLab – Testing the Model with Case Studies WP7: Dissemination & Communication

Research Organisation:

https://cris.cobiss.net/ecris/si/en/project/20229

Researchers:

https://cris.cobiss.net/ecris/si/en/project/20229

Citations for bibliographic records:

https://cris.cobiss.net/ecris/si/en/project/20229

Abstract:

The global field of conservation of immovable cultural heritage (ICH) is undergoing intensive transformation and integration, in order to contribute more effectively to a sustainable future. The transdisciplinary project HEI-TRANSFORM aims to establish the potential for multidimensional contributions from cultural heritage to the green transformation and sustainable future of Slovenia. Our starting point is the understanding of heritage as development capital, which will be defined in the context of the four dimensions of sustainability: cultural, social, economic and environmental. We focus on ICH, including its movable and intangible components, within a spatial context. The research project highlights the need for structural changes within the heritage sector, and identifies these as a long-term objective. The project carries out fundamental research, which is the key basis for future heritage transformation decision-making, in line with current knowledge and the sustainable heritage paradigm. In doing so, it enables conditions to be created for the direct implementation and mainstreaming of ICH as the capital of an inclusive sustainable future in local environments. These are the places where sustainability can be most directly implemented and contribute to global goals. To this end, the project is developing the Cultural Heritage 4.0 (CH 4.0) model for the reactivation of disused and underused ICH through inclusive adaptive re-use.


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