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Architecture and Fire: A Psychoanalytic Approach to Conservation [Hardback]

  • Formāts: Hardback, 208 pages, height x width: 234x156 mm, 34 Illustrations, color
  • Izdošanas datums: 12-Jun-2019
  • Izdevniecība: UCL Press
  • ISBN-10: 1787353729
  • ISBN-13: 9781787353725
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  • Formāts: Hardback, 208 pages, height x width: 234x156 mm, 34 Illustrations, color
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  • ISBN-10: 1787353729
  • ISBN-13: 9781787353725
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Fire is at the center of human civilization. The first primitive hut was built around fire, deeply imprinting it on the collective memory of architecture. As we reassess architectural conservation, we would therefore do well to explore the intimate relationship between architecture and fire.

Founded in inventive interdisciplinary research that ranges across architecture and conservation, archival theory, classical mythology, evolutionary theory, philosophy, and psychoanalysis, Architecture and Fire draws on the insights of psychoanalysis to offer such a reassessment. Among the topics discussed are the ambivalent nature of fire, seen through the conflicting philosophies of Gaston Bachelard and Henri Bergson; the ways in which architecture evolves by absorbing and accommodating fire; and the destruction of buildings by fire as a critical moment of architectural evolution, with a focus on the tragic disaster at London’s Grenfell Tower in 2017. Stamatis Zografos concludes with thoughts on Freud’s drive theory. He argues that the practice of architectural conservation is an expression of the life drive and a simultaneous repression of the death drive, which suggests controlled destruction should be an integral part of the conservation agenda.
 
List of figures
vii
Preface xi
Acknowledgements xiv
1 Introduction
1(17)
2 On Archives
18(21)
The Derridian archive
22(3)
The Freudian death drive
25(1)
Archives and the city
26(2)
Archives, historiography and monumentality
28(1)
Digital and dynamic archives
29(1)
Individual memory: An archival reading
30(2)
Collective and cultural memory: An archival reading
32(7)
3 On Fire
39(20)
The methodology of fire: Bachelard's model of knowledge production
39(2)
Vernant's interpretation of the Promethean myth
41(2)
Heraclitus' cosmology, fire and conflict
43(2)
What is fire?
45(2)
Fire in mythology
47(4)
Fire in festivities
51(2)
Fire in modern science
53(1)
Entropy and thermodynamics
54(1)
The archive of fire
55(4)
4 On Architectural Conservation
59(29)
The designation process
61(1)
Changes to buildings
62(2)
Towards the establishment of a modern conservation theory
64(2)
Viollet-Le-Duc and the restoration movement
66(1)
Restoration in Britain
67(1)
John Ruskin's conservation movement
68(2)
Conservation today
70(2)
Bachelard's notion of time and memory in the English heritage protection system
72(7)
The Bergsonian archive and the need to reassess the listing process
79(9)
5 Architecture and Fire
88(36)
Fire and thermal comfort
89(1)
Philippe Rahm's Digestible Gulf Stream
90(1)
The hearth of the early house
91(3)
History of matches
94(1)
The emergence of the central heating system
95(8)
Fire and modernism
103(1)
Fire and sustainable architecture
104(3)
Architecture and thermodynamics
107(1)
Architecture and excess of energy
108(2)
Memory, materials and the evolution of technology
110(2)
Typologies and memory
112(3)
Architectural evolution and fire: A Bachelardian approach
115(2)
Architectural evolution and fire: A Bergsonian approach
117(7)
6 Architecture on Fire
124(39)
Fire-fighting bodies
129(2)
Fire-fighting equipment
131(4)
Fire-fighting and the city
135(5)
Fire protection and the building
140(3)
The Grenfell Tower disaster
143(2)
Fire and building regulations
145(5)
Building regulations and creativity
150(2)
Research on fire prevention
152(3)
Architecture on fire: A Bachelardian approach
155(2)
Architecture on Fire: A Bergsonian approach
157(6)
7 Conclusion
163(15)
A Psychoanalytic Approach to Conservation
170(8)
Bibliography 178(11)
Index 189