Industrial Heritage in Denmark
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Since the middle of the 1800s, Denmark has increasingly taken the form of an industrial society, also in the sense that the industry's physical environments have been a growing part of the cultural landscape - and the development is still going on. Especially the massive building developments, which can be observed alongside the motorways, are a clear manifestation that industry - although having moved out of the old neighborhoods in the major cities from the 1950s, if not before - still dominates the landscape. The focal point of this book is the industrial environment, as understood through the objects, buildings and landscapes that came with industrial production, as well as its relationship to the natural conditions and the associated methods of production and lifestyles, organizations, assessments and knowledge. Emphasis will be placed on the physical environment, although research has also been carried out on work culture and business history.

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Date de parution 28 décembre 2013
Nombre de lectures 0
EAN13 9788771244144
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 37 Mo

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INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE IN DENMARK Landscapes, Environments and Historical Archaeology
 Edited by Caspar Jørgensen and Morten Pedersen
INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE IN DENMARK
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INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE IN DENMARK Landscapes, Environments and Historical Archaeology
Edited by Caspar Jørgensen and Morten Pedersen
Aarhus University Press |a
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Industrial Heritage in Denmark
© The authors, Kulturstyrelsen and Aarhus University Press 2014
Layout, typesetting and cover design by Jørgen Sparre
Typeset in ITC Charter and ITC Franklin Gothic
Cover photo: Carlsberg’s bottling hall ca. 1903 (reversed).
Unknown photographer. Carlsberg archives.
All maps © Danish Geodata Agency, where nothing else is stated.
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Photo p. 6: The B & W engîne at the H.C. Ørsted Power Statîon. Photo: Oe Akhøj 2007. Photo p. 8: The canteen at Novozymes. Photo from the 1950s. Novo Nordîsk Hîstory and Art Coectîon.
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I n d u s t r I a l
I n d u s t r I a l H E r I t a G E I n d E n M a r K
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PREFACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Danish Agency for Culture works strategically to present and develop Danish arts and culture internationally, to further the cultural exchange be tween Denmark and other countries, and to strengthen Danish arts and culture through internationalization. At the same time, the goal of the Agency is to ensure that the cultural heritage that is being protected will also become and remain of great significance to the majority of people. One of the prerequisites for international understanding and cooperation is knowledge. This book, therefore, is a contribution to knowledge about one part of Denmark’s history. Even though, with good reason, Denmark is often perceived as an agricultural country, industry is also a very important sector in the Danish economy, employing as it does a large number of people and having an appreciable influence on the Danish society in general. In 2007, as a result of a special commitment to set focus on industrial soci ety’s history and heritage, the Danish Agency for Culture elected 25 industrial monuments of national importance. Together, the 25 industries provide a com plete picture of industrialization and of Denmark’s transition from an agricul tural to an industrial society over the last 150 years. It is the first time such an overview has been carried out in Denmark with its point of departure in the buildings − the physical traces that can be seen in the landscape, while includ ing at the same time the intangible culture. The initiative has parallels in our neighboring countries. In Denmark, just as internationally, there has been for some years – and continues to be – a growing interest in industrial heritage and an understanding of the need for increased research and overview. With this book the Danish Agency for Culture aims to present to an English speaking readership some of the results of our undertaking. The book consists of a presentation of the history of industry’s buildings and the 25 national in dustrial monuments, along with some of the results from the studies which the Agency has supported, in addition to reflections on the preservation of the industrial heritage. Anne Mette Rahbæk General Director of the Danish Agency of Culture
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INTRODUCTION Caspar Jørgensen and Morten Pedersen
INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS AND LANDSCAPES IN DENMARK 17701970 Caspar Jørgensen
25FANTASTIC INDUSTRIES Caspar Jørgensen
DANISH PORTS 18401970 Historical characteristics of the ports of the industrialisation René Schrøder Christensen
DANISH SUGAR BEET REFINERIES 18721912 A technological, typological, architectural and cultural analysis Hanne Christensen
CEMENT PLANTS OF A NEW ERA Morten Pedersen
INDUSTRIAL PLACES IN NEW GUISE Anna Storm
INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE IN DENMARK Caspar Jørgensen
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