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Exploring Heritage of the Modern Movement: Memory, Perception, Eye-Tracking and Adaptive Re-Use
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Chapter 1. Cultural Memory and Architecture
1.1. Memory: Indispensable Link between Past and Present
1.2. The Nexus
1.3. Reflection of Memory in Architecture and the Memento Value in Cultural Heritage
Chapter 2. Architectural Language and the Language of the Modern Movement
2.1. Architecture as a Language
2.2. Ornament: A Form of Pattern Language in Architecture
2.3. Language of the Modern Movement
Chapter 3. Same Language, Different Dialects: Case Studies
3.1. Different Expressions of the Modern Movement
3.2. Ankara: The New-born Capital of the Young Republic
3.3. Kaunas: The Provisional Capital of the Free State
Chapter 4. Perception of the Built Environment and Modern Movement Artefacts
4.1. The Process of Perception and how People Perceive the Built Environment and Modern Movement Art
4.2. Modern Movement as a Physical Structure
4.3. Modern Movement as Cultural Heritage
Chapter 5. Cultural Heritage Perception Potential Model
5.1. Definition of Objectives
5.2. Design Process of the Model
5.3. Development of the Model
Chapter 6. Extension of Life and Memories: Adaptive Re-use
6.1. Adaptive Re-use: An Intervention to Cultural Heritage
6.2. Analysis of Interventions in Historical Buildings
6.3. Adaptive Re-Use of the Modern Movement Heritage
I. Social Experiment for the Model
II. Eye Tracking Experiment for the Model
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