Cultural Industrialization: A Value Realizing Path for Industrial Heritage

Yanfang XU, Yinling CAO


In accordance with the definitions in and out of China and current status of exploitation and utilization of industrial heritage, values of industrial heritage can be summarized as historical, artistic, scientific and economic values. Succession, transmission and innovation of these values through careful plain and scientific management of cultural industries not only coincide with the trend of industrial integration, reflecting the new requirement of the development in cultural industries, and but also serve as communication platform for interactive development of industrial heritage and cultural industries. The paths of cultural industrialization for realizing values of industrial heritage consists of tourist economic model, conference and exhibition model, art and creative economic assembling model, and urban cultural remodeling.

Key words: Industrial heritage; Cultural Industrialization; Model


Industrial heritage; Cultural Industrialization; Model


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