Adaptive reuse

Discover innovative ways to repurpose existing structures with adaptive reuse projects. Explore top ideas to transform and breathe new life into old buildings.
Photographer Roland Halbe has sent us these images of an extension to a museum inside a ruined castle in Halle, Germany, by Spanish studio Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos. The architects inserted the extension above the 15th century stonework of the Moritzburg Museum, providing a roof to the previously open-air top floor. A new floor suspended from the centre of this roof Design, Halle, Architecture, Modern, Greif, Fotografia, Architect, Bau, Wegner

Photographer Roland Halbe has sent us these images of an extension to a museum inside a ruined castle in Halle, Germany, by Spanish studio Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos. The architects inserted the extension above the 15th century stonework of the Moritzburg Museum, providing a roof to the previously open-air top floor. A new floor suspended from the centre of this roof

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Located along the Rock River, adjacent to the College’s campus and close to downtown Beloit, the Powerhouse project combines an assemblage of historic buildings that made up the Blackhawk Generating Station (constructed between 1908–1947) along with a new field house addition. Architecture College, Battersea Power Station, Rock River, Conference Center, Angus Young, Adaptive Reuse, Patio Interior, Pedestrian Bridge, College Campus

Located along the Rock River, adjacent to the College’s campus and close to downtown Beloit, the Powerhouse project combines an assemblage of historic buildings that made up the Blackhawk Generating Station (constructed between 1908–1947) along with a new field house addition.

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