Interpretation of 798: Changes in Power of Representation and Sustainability of Industrial Landscape
2. Literature Review
2.1. Industrial Landscape Reuse and “Layer” Theory
2.2. Text, Representation and Place Making
3. Methodology and Study Area
3.2. Study Area
4. Changes in 798 Landscape Representation and Power Game
4.1. Prior to 2002: From “Weapons Factories” to “Electronic City”
4.2. 2002–2005: The Art District after the “Rebuilding of 798”
4.3. 2006–2007: “798 Cultural and Creative Industry Park”
4.4. 2008–Present: “Pan 798”
5. Discussions and Conclusions
Conflicts of Interest
References and Notes
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Dai, J.; Huang, X.; Zhu, H. Interpretation of 798: Changes in Power of Representation and Sustainability of Industrial Landscape. Sustainability 2015, 7, 5282-5303. https://doi.org/10.3390/su7055282
Dai J, Huang X, Zhu H. Interpretation of 798: Changes in Power of Representation and Sustainability of Industrial Landscape. Sustainability. 2015; 7(5):5282-5303. https://doi.org/10.3390/su7055282Chicago/Turabian Style
Dai, Juncheng, Xue Huang, and Huasheng Zhu. 2015. "Interpretation of 798: Changes in Power of Representation and Sustainability of Industrial Landscape" Sustainability 7, no. 5: 5282-5303. https://doi.org/10.3390/su7055282