\\ Recycled Theatre presents several interrelated trends in contemporary theatre architecture. A large number of the projects submitted in the book make use of recycled materials, while modern architects’ ecological thinking is also reflected in the efforts to revitalize neglected spaces and in the adaptive reuse of various unused buildings. The book touches on the issue of moveable theatre architecture and buildings emerging in close collaboration with the community. It also explores the application of the socially responsible marketing of cultural projects. The introductory study is complemented by an extensive Q & A section with four European architects. The publication includes 60 profiles of completed theatres supplemented by a rich visual documentation.
\\ Publisher: National Museum of Prague (CZ)