by Elena Evgenieva

 The thesis purports to investigate how the permutation of the physical layer of the abandoned building has been kept nowadays.
Industrial sites are an essential part of our built environment and landscape. They provide tangible and intangible links to our past have great potential to play significant roles in the futures of our cities and rural environment. The remains of the industry include dramatic building landscapes, sites and precincts as well as more everyday structures and spaces that work together to give our cities, regions their character.
For this reason, the research was focused on the historic Millennium Mills, London as part of the trend. Looked deeply in that mysterious building, the main question was about the process of change and how many lives kept in its layers. Hence, choosing a layer will automatically link itself to the greater good for citizens and will bring new life from the past.