Dynamic Notion of Viability in Conservation of Urban Built Heritage: A Proposed Conceptual Framework
This paper presents a perspective on the dynamic notion of viability in respect of conserving urban built heritage. Following preliminary literature review, it identifies a need for more precise and contextualised understanding of the phenomenon. To this end, it provides a short discourse on the dynamic notion of viability, identifying key constructs and determinants; as well as the multi-faceted nature of urban built heritage. Following on from this discussion, the paper then puts forth a unifying conceptual framework to reflect the complex interrelationships among principal components in a real-world situation.
||Urban Built Heritage, Heritage Conservation, Viability, Architectural Heritage
The International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp.121-128.
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PhD Student, Faculty of Architecture, The University of Sydney, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Fontaine Liu is presently a full-time PhD research candidate in heritage conservation at the Faculty of Architecture, Design & Planning at the University of Sydney in New South Wales, Australia. She holds degrees in Master of Heritage Conservation (Honours), University of Sydney, Australia, 2005; Master of Business Administration (Accountancy), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 1992; and Bachelor of Accountancy, National University of Singapore, Singapore, 1984. She is a Certified Public Accountant, Singapore. Her academic honours include Australian Postgraduate Award Scholarship, 2006; Rodney Connors Prize for Conservation Studies, 2006; Dean’s Honour’s List, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 2005 & 2004; Major Assignment Prize in Development Finance, Faculty of Architecture, University of Sydney, 2005; Public Service Commission Local Merit Scholarship, Singapore, 1981; Ministry of Education Pre-U Scholarship, Singapore, 1979; and Prime Minister’s Book Prize, Singapore, 1975. Prior to her current academic undertaking, she has had extensive working experience in various industry sectors.
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