Former industrial sites often carry contested legacies—they represent substantial land assets, carry cultural significance, and are also highly degraded and contaminated landscapes. Join this session to explore how the post-industrial landscape can redefine its ecological, social, and economic value to build resilient communities.
Understand the value, significance and sometimes contested legacies associated with industrial heritage and its relevance today
Explore opportunities post-industrial sites can provide for landscape architecture intervention and multi-disciplinary collaboration
Learn strategies and design approaches for preserving, reinterpreting, and transforming post-industrial sites into green public destinations
Learn strategies for integrating public realm during the industrial district transformation