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Architecture as Mediator for the Creative Industries in Liechtenstein

The paper ‘Architecture as Mediator for the Creative Industries in Liechtenstein‘ written by Peter Staub, Ruth Jochum-Gasser, Vera Kaps and Celina Martinez has been published in the Book ‚Beyond frames‘  by Annick Schramme, René Kooyman, Giep Hagoort . Priorly, the paper has been successfully presented by Vera Kaps at the Third International Research Conference on the Cultural and Creative Industries at the Antwerp Management School on the 22nd of May, 2014.
The paper ‘Architecture as Mediator for the Creative Industries in Liechtenstein‘ written by Peter Staub, Ruth Jochum-Gasser, Vera Kaps and Celina Martinez has been published in the Book ‚Beyond frames: dynamic between the creative industries, knowledge institutions and the urban context‘  by Annick Schramme, René Kooyman, Giep Hagoort (eds.). Publisher: Eburon Academic Press, 2014. Delft.
Priorly, the paper has been successfully presented by Vera Kaps at the Third International Research Conference on the Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs) at the Antwerp Management School on the 22nd of May, 2014. The Paper can be downloaded at www.uni.li/park .

Content:
The book ‚Beyond frames: dynamic between the creative industries, knowledge institutions and the urban context‘  looks at the complexity of three inter-dependant topics. In part I: the Entrepreneurial Spirit the creative industries are discussed as a breeding ground for innovation, the bottom-up co-operative initiatives that characterise the sector. The different aspects of the Entrepreneurial Dimension are treated.

Almost all larger cities have to cope with the never-ending cycle of attracting new entrepreneurial activities, economic growth and decay. In part II: The Urban Environment the process of urban development and regeneration, seen from the Cultural and Creative Industries is treated. Investments in culture, intra-urban developments, non-material heritage in creative neighbourhoods, and the discussion on creativity-led urban regeneration are included.

Part III: Knowledge Institutions examines the transformation of art, technology and research within the context of both art education, art institutions and higher education. The different relationships between universities, the creative and cultural industries and the communities they serve are being problematized. Case-studies from Spain, Russia, France, and Poland are included.

Source: www.eburon.nl/beyond_frames