La intervención en el tejido residencial histórico del shikumen de Shanghái: Xintiandi como paradigma

Autores/as

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4995/loggia.2019.11218

Palabras clave:

Patrimonio urbano, autenticidad, integridad, Xintiandi, China, gentrificación

Resumen

Tras décadas de degradación y demoliciones extensivas, la tipología residencial del shikumen experimenta un proceso de renacimiento en Shanghái. Sin embargo, sus métodos de conservación se revelan tan controvertidos para deniciones occidentales de patrimonio urbano como desinhibidos desde el punto de vista de la práctica del diseño arquitectónico. Este artículo plantea de manera crítica la posibilidad de la producción de nuevos modelos de conservación urbana a partir de un acuerdo entre ambas, en el marco de gobernanza empresarial que impera en Shanghái como ciudad patrimonial.

Descargas

Los datos de descargas todavía no están disponibles.

Citas

Arkaraprasertkul, N. 2010. “Power, politics and the making of Shanghai.” Journal of Planning History 9 (4): 232–259. doi:10.1177/1538513210382384.

Chang, Q. (2017). “A Chinese Approach to Urban Heritage Conservation and Inheritance: Focus on the Contemporary Changes of Shanghai’s Historic Spaces.” Built Heritage 1 (3): 13–33.

Cohen, E., and S. Cohen. 2012. “Authentication: Hot and cool.” Annals of Tourism Research 39: 1295–1314. doi:10.1016/j.annals.2012.03.004.

Duckett, J. (1996). “The emergence of the entrepreneurial state in contemporary China.” The Pacific Review 9 (2): 180–198. doi:10.1080/09512749608719178

Farrer, J. (2010). “‘New Shanghailanders’ or ‘New Shanghainese’: Western expatriate’s narratives of emplacement in Shanghai.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 36 (8): 1211–1228. doi:10.1080/13691831003687675.

González Martínez, P. (2017). “Urban authenticity at stake: A new framework for its definition from the perspective of heritage at the Shanghai Music Valley.” Cities  70: 55–64. doi:10.1016/j.cities.2017.06.017

González Martínez, P. (2018). “From verifiable authenticity to verisimilar interventions: Xintiandi, Fuxing SOHO, and the alternatives to built heritage conservation in Shanghai”. International Journal of Heritage Studies. doi: 10.1080/13527258.2018.1557235

Guan, Q., (1996). Lilong housing: a traditional settlement form. Thesis (MArch). McGill University.Â

He, S. (2007). “State-sponsored gentrification under market transition. The case of Shanghai.” Urban Affairs Review 43 (2): 171–198. doi:10.1177/1078087407305175.

He, S. (2009). “New-build gentrification in central Shanghai: Demographic changes and socioeconomic implications.” Population, Space and Place 16: 345–361.

He, S., and F. Wu. (2005). “Property-led redevelopment in post-reform China: A case study of Xintiandi redevelopment project in Shanghai.” Journal of Urban Affairs27 (1): 1–23. doi:10.1111/j.0735-2166.2005.00222.x.

Hubbert, J. (2017). “Back to the future: The politics of culture at the Shanghai Expo.” International Journal of Cultural Studies 20 (1): 48–64. doi:10.1177/1367877915597495.

Jessop, B., and N. L. Sum. (2000). “An entrepreneurial city in action: Hong Kong’s emerging strategies in and for (inter)urban competition.” Urban Studies 37 (12): 2287–2313. doi:10.1080/00420980020002814.

Liang, S. Y. (2008). “Where the Courtyard Meets the Street: Spatial Culture of the Li Neighborhoods, Shanghai, 1870–1900.” Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 67 (4): 482–503. doi:10.1525/jsah.2008.67.4.482.

Logan, J. R., and H. Molotch. 1987. Urban fortunes: The political economy of place. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Pan, T., and Z. Liu. 2011. “Place Matters.” Chinese Sociology & Anthropology 43 (4): 52–73. doi:10.2753/CSA0009-4625430403.

Ren, X. 2014. “The political economy of urban ruins: Redeveloping Shanghai.” International Journal of urban and Regional Research 38 (3): 1081–1091. doi:10.1111/ijur.2014.38.issue-3.

Shin, H. B. 2016. “Economic transition and speculative urbanisation in China: Gentrification versus dispossession.” Urban Studies 53 (3): 471–489. doi:10.1177/0042098015597111.

UNESCO. 2011. Recommendation on the Historic Urban Landscape. Accessed 08 December 2018 http://whc.unesco.org/en/activities/638

Wang, J. 2009. “Art in capital: Shaping distinctiveness in a culture-led urban regeneration project in Red Town, Shanghai.” Cities 26 (6): 318–330. doi:10.1016/j.cities.2009.08.002.

Wang, S. W. H. 2011. “Commercial gentrification and entrepreneurial governance in Shanghai: A case study of Taikang Road Creative Cluster.” Urban Policy and Research29 (4): 363–380. doi:10.1080/08111146.2011.598226.

Wong, T. C., and R. Liu. 2016. “Developmental Urbanism, City Image Branding and the “Right to the City” in Transitional China.” Urban Policy and Research 35 (2): 210–223. doi:10.1080/08111146.2015.1122587.

Wu, F. 2000. “Place promotion in Shanghai, PRC.” Cities (London, England) 17 (5): 349–361. doi:10.1016/S0264-2751(00)00031-7

Zhao, C. 2004. “From ‘Shikumen’ to New Style: A rereading of ‘lilong’ housing in modern Shanghai.” Journal of Architecture 9 (1): 49–76. doi:10.1080/1360236042000197853

Zheng, S. 2017. “Reflections on architectural heritage conservation in Shanghai.” Built Heritage 1 (1): 1–13.Â

Descargas

Publicado

16-12-2019

Número

Sección

Artículos