Forgotten Ruin and Redemption in Architecture
Explores the power of abandoned architecture, capturing the awe-inspiring drama of lost and forgotten, as well
as reimagined and transformed structures across the globe. From Victorian gas holders, railway stations and
factories, to world War II flak towers and bunkers, from Gothic churches, as well as Modernist and Brutalist
masterpieces, this book demonstrates that transforming our built heritage has the power to change lives, communities, neighbourhoods and cities the world over.