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Peeter Suure Merekindlus. Taaskasutades pärandkultuuri

Jürisoo, Heldi (2016) Peeter Suure Merekindlus. Taaskasutades pärandkultuuri. [thesis] [en] Peter the Great's Naval Fortress: Adaptive Reuse of Cultural Heritage.

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Abstract

Diplomitöös on pakutud viis uut lahendust kunagise Peeter Suure Merekindluse rajatistele. Projekte on käsitletud üksteisest sõltumatutena ja need on valitud erineva tüpoloogia, ala suuruse ja sellest tuleneva sekkumisastme järgi. Uue funktsiooni leidmisel on lähtutud asukohtade tähelepanekutest ja tõstatatud kaitserajatistele omast arhitektuurijoont. Lahenduste eripära seisneb ka selles, et samasuguste võtetega on võimalik sekkuda ka analoogsete rajatiste probleemistikku. Kuna Peeter Suure Merekindlus kuulub Eesti pärandkultuuri alla, nõudis projektlahendustele eelnev töö sügavamat ajaloolist eeltööd ja kogu ala kaasatava analüüsi. Antud lõputöö võib kokku võtta kui sekkumise esimest astet, mis loob uue pildi vanale püüdes rajatistele tähelepanu suunata ja neid eelkõige väärtustada.

Abstract [en]

I have always loved taking long walks in forests, small villages - somewhere far away from the city. Besides beautiful views this kind of landscape is hiding some mysterious monumental concrete objects. All these bunkers and small fortresses, which once were built for the meaning of war and death, are being taken over by nature. Although some parts are under the goverment protection, I have a feeling these exciting places are forgotten or ignored. The diploma thesis represents Peter the Great's Naval Fortress, which was designed and partially built before First World War by Russia to block access to the Russian capital Saint Petersburg at that time. Thesis focuses on the small fortifications of the south sector of the main line – Tallinn and its neighbouring municipalities. The idea of this thesis is to find new functions to the sites by architectural conceptualization. Five different projects differ by the size of the area and the matter of the location, typology and the proposed function. The main purpose is to arouse interest in people about these fortifications.

Item Type: thesis
Advisor: Tomomi Hayashi
Co-advisor: Elo Kiivet
Subjects: Architecture > Applied Architecture > Architectural Design
Divisions: Institute of Architecture > Applied Architecture
Depositing User: Heldi Jürisoo
Date Deposited: 10 Jun 2016 08:01
Last Modified: 10 Jun 2016 08:01
URI: http://eprints.tktk.ee/id/eprint/2482

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