Both are designed to 'breathe new life' into an area/place/environment, however, a conservation project saves/rebuilds/renovates what is already there ; a re-generation project may do that, but usually involves new building/design as well.Hello,
can you explain me the difference between a conservation and a regeneration project? Thank you very much in advance.
Perfect! Thank you!I guess. But conservation implies keeping it in it's current state. Restoration implies restoring it to an old state, so in terms of architecture, it also implies that damage has taken place, and restoring it is needed to return it to a previous state.