Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Franz Bittenbinder
Publishing Year 2023 Issue 2022/101 Language English
Pages 12 P. 7-18 File size 773 KB
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Hungarian professionals have highlighted the vulnerability of post-war built legacies in Budapest. Their reference point is the recent transformation of central areas showing a significant number of demolitions and a small number of conservative refurbishments. This is commonly attributed to the narratives of revisionist memory politics and/or the stigma of architecture built under state socialism. In contrast, professional activism and recent official listings have indicated a change of paradigms towards the extension of the official patrimonial acknowledgement to post-war built legacies. Throughout the case of the House of Diplomats, this article presents the origins of diverging narratives and discusses their impact as risk or potential in architectural preservation.
Keywords: post-war built legacies; dissonant heritage; Budapest
Franz Bittenbinder, The role of narratives in the preservation of post-war built legacies in Budapest in "TERRITORIO" 101/2022, pp 7-18, DOI: 10.3280/TR2022-101001