Reconstruction of Buildings

Restoration in the field of architecture is one of the many fields of activity of restorers. It refers to an attempt to restore the original appearance of a building that has been destroyed, destroyed or severely altered by previous renovations. Renovation can be done by renovating or renovating. In compliance with the current building code, reconstruction constitutes new construction. Accordingly, a reconstructed historic building is not immediately listed. However, the decision for a mostly cost-intensive reconstruction of a historically significant building is always made out of the desire to permanently protect it for posterity and can thus be placed under protection. It is not uncommon for reconstructed buildings to even be included on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Examples of this are the Würzburg Residence and the reconstructed Old Town of Warsaw. Reconstruction is not a simple rebuilding measure or a mere repair. It is an examination of one’s own history.