Case-studies, Projects and Reports

 

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Extended use case studies

Country case Studies

These papers were collected in advance of the FRH Forum event in Canterbury 2010. They contain consice information on the country context to explain the contemporary circumstances, some numbers of concerned buildings as well as their management and financial frameworks. If you are in a position to provide one for a country that is not listed below, please fill in this information sheet and submit it to info@frh-europe.org.

2010, Belgium, Thomas Coomans

2010, Czech Republic, Petr Wollner

2010, Germany, Dr. Uwe Otzen

2010, The Netherlands, Lilian Grootswagers

2010, Norway, Oddbjørn Sørmoen

2010, Romania, Beloescu Manuela Silvia

2010, Slovakia, Kristina Markusova

2010, Switzerland, Christophe Amsler

Reports

France

2009 La chapelle de l’île Barbe reçoit

Germany

2014 – Digitaler Sakralbauatlas – Tagungsbericht
2009 Closure of Catholic and Protestant churches in Germany, Gerd WeiB

The Netherlands

2009 Reuse of religious heritage in the Netherlands, Ben de Vries

Norway

En norsk, men også internasjonal kirke, Oddbjorn Sormoen

Sweden

2012 Changing cities – changing churches, Henrik Lindblad

2008 Old Churches – New Values, Henrik Lindblad

Europe

2012 Europe pre-FRH, Creation of an International Network for the preservation and use of endangered religious buildings, Angus Fowler

2010 Cultural heritage, a resource for Europe, Conference report

 

This page is under continuous development. Submit your work on religious heritage conservation by emailing it to info@frh-europe.org and return soon to see new submissions.

Case Studes
These papers were collected in advance of the FRH Forum event in Canterbury 2010. They contain consice information on the country context to explain the contemporary circumstances, some numbers of concerned buildings as well as their management and financial frameworks. If you are in a position to provide one for a country that is not listed below, please fill in this information sheet and submit it to info@frh-europe.org.

2010, Belgium, Thomas Coomans
2010, Czech Republic, Petr Wollner
2010, Germany, Dr. Uwe Otzen
2010, The Netherlands, Lilian Grootswagers
2010, Norway, Oddbjørn Sørmoen
2010, Romania, Beloescu Manuela Silvia
2010, Slovakia, Kristina Markusova
2010, Switzerland, Christophe Amsler

Reports
France
2009 La chapelle de l’île Barbe reçoit
Germany
2009 Closure of Catholic and Protestant churches in Germany, Gerd WeiB
The Netherlands
2009 Reuse of religious heritage in the Netherlands, Ben de Vries
Norway
En norsk, men også internasjonal kirke, Oddbjorn Sormoen
Sweden
2012 Changing cities – changing churches, Henrik Lindblad
2008 Old Churches – New Values, Henrik Lindblad
Europe
2012 Europe pre-FRH, Creation of an International Network for the preservation and use of endangered religious buildings, Angus Fowler
2010 Cultural heritage, a resource for Europe, Conference report